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Carina Lundmark
Carina Lundmark

Carina Lundmark

Associate Professor
Luleå University of Technology
Political Science
Social Sciences
Department of Social Sciences, Technology and Arts
+46 (0)920 492503
A314 Luleå

Carina Lundmark is associate professor in Political Science with long and diverse teaching experience on undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Her main research interests concern participatory challenges in natural resource management (e.g. wildlife, water and marine management), for instance addressing prospects for deliberation and learning. Lundmark currently participates in two research projects on processes for knowledge transfer to reach climate and sustainability objectives:

The Swedish City’s transition to a sustainable energy system - Can models support the decision-making process?
Funding: The Swedish Energy Agency, the research program Human, Energy Systems and Society (MESAM)
Partners: LTU (Energy Science and Political Science)
Duration: 2018-2021
Contact persons: Anna Krook Riekkola and Carina Lundmark

Process guide on how researchers and officials can collaborate around energy system models, in order to identify robust and realizable measures to achieve climate and sustainability goals
Partners: LTU (Energy Science, Political Science and the County Administrative Board in Västerbotten)
Duration: 2019-2021
Contact persons: Anna Krook Riekkola and Carina Lundmark


Article in journal

The link between collaborative governance design and markers of legitimacy: Comparing Swedish water- and large carnivore management (2021)

Söderberg. C, Sandström. A, Lundmark. C, Nilsson. J
Environmental Policy and Governance, Vol. 31, nr. 6, s. 563-579
Article in journal

Assessing and explaining policy coherence (2020)

A comparative study of water governance and large carnivore governance in Sweden
Sandström. A, Söderberg. C, Lundmark. C, Nilsson. J, Fjellborg. D
Environmental Policy and Governance, Vol. 30, nr. 1, s. 3-13
Article in journal

Monitoring the effects of knowledge communication on conservation managers' perception of genetic biodiversity (2019)

a case study from the Baltic Sea
Lundmark. C, Sandström. A, Andersson. K, Laikre. L
Marine policy, Vol. 99, s. 223-229