My Sellberg has a PhD in Sustainability Science with a focus on applying social-ecological resilience thinking in strategic planning at the local and regional level. My adopts a transdisciplinary approach in her research with experience of leading several projects of co-designing and co-producing knowledge with non-academic partners in Sweden, specifically in the area of sustainable food systems. During her PhD, she led a project of developing a vision for sustainable food systems in the Stockholm region with diverse stakeholders and an interdisciplinary research team.

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The Earth system is now arguably in a novel, uncertain planetary era – the Anthropocene – in which human activities are a major planetary force1. These changes have largely been brought about through efforts to increase human wellbeing, particularly through conversion of land for food production and the extraction and use of fossil fuels2. …

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