This paper seeks to reconceptualize climate services in light of the prevailing inability of existing climate information to spur needed policy and action. It focusses on the transdisciplinary knowledge co-production process rather than the output of a climate services product.
MA, BA joined SEI-Stockholm as a Research Associate in January 2013. I am involved in research about climate change adaptation, flood risk management, forestry management, disaster risk reduction and insurance. I am part of two leading research projects about climate change adaption in the Nordic Countries, Mistra-SWECIA and NORD-STAR. Before moving to SEI, I have been working for two years as project assistant with Professor Carina Keskitalo at Umeå University in projects about climate change adaptation, flood risk management and the insurance industry in a number of European countries. I have comprehensive skills and experience with qualitative and quantitative social and economic research and experience in the development of research proposals and science communication to policy makers and business leaders.