Published material (2010-)

Books, edit volumes, special issues

Boström, Magnus, Micheletti, Michele & Oosterveer, Peter (eds) (2019) Oxford Handbook of Political Consumerism. Oxford University Press.

Boström, Magnus & Debra Davidson (eds) (2018) Environment and Society: Concepts and Challenges. Palgrave Macmillan.

Boström, Magnus & Michele Micheletti (2016), guest editor of special issue Sustainable Textiles: The Role of Consumers, Civil Society, Corporations, and Government. Journal of Consumer Policy 39(4)

Boström, Magnus (2012), guest editor of “The Missing Pillar? Challenges in theorizing and practicing social sustainability”, special issue of Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy, 8(1)

Boström, Magnus & Klintman, Mikael (2008, paperback edition 2011) Eco-standards, Product Labelling, and Green Consumerism Palgrave Macmillan.

Gustafsson, Karin (2013) The Importance of Trust. A Study of Knowledge Production of Biodiversity. Örebro: Örebro Studies in Sociology No. 16.

Lidskog R & Waterton, C. (2016) Environmental Sociology, 2(4), special issue Conceptual Innovation in Environmental Sociology

Lidskog, Rolf & Sundqvist, Göran (2011) Miljösociologi [Environmental sociology] Lund: Studentlitteratur (Also translated to Norwegian: Miljøsosiologi. Oslo: Gyldendal, 2013).

Lidskog, Rolf & Sundqvist, Göran (eds.) (2011) Governing the Air. The Dynamics of Science, Policy, and Citizen Interaction.  Cambridge, Ma.: MIT Press.

Lidskog, Rolf, Soneryd, Linda & Uggla, Ylva (2010, paperback edition 2013) Transboundary Risk Governance. London: Earthscan.

Löfmarck, Erik (2014). Den hand som föder dig: en studie av risk, mat och moderskap i Sverige och Polen. Uppsala: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis No. 61.

Mårald, E, Sandström, C., Nordin, A, Rist, L, Sténs, A, Beland Lindahl, K, Carlsson-Kanyama, A, Johansson, J, Keskitalo, C, Laudon, H, Lidskog, R, Lämås, T, Lundmark, T,  Nilsson, U, Nordström, E-M, Roberge, J-M, Sonesson, J. (2017)  Forest Governance and Management Across Time. Developing a New Forest Social Contract. London: Routledge.

Redmalm, David (2013) An Animal Without an Animal Within: The Powers of Pet Keeping.

Singleton, Benedict E. (2016) From the Sea to the Land Beyond. Exploring Plural Perspectives on Whaling. Örebro: Örebro Studies in Sociology No. 21.

Soneryd, Linda and Uggla, Ylva (2011) (O)möjliga livsstilar. Samhällsvetenskapliga perspektiv på individualiserat miljöansvar [(Im)possible lifestyles. Social scientific perspective on individualised environmental responsibility]. Lund: Studentlitteratur.

Tamm Hallström, K. & Boström, M. (2010) Transnational Multi-stakeholder Standardization. Organizing Fragile Non-State Authority. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Articles in peer reviewed journals

2019
Berglez Peter & Lidskog Rolf (2019) Foreign, domestic, and cultural factors in climate change reporting. Swedish media coverage of wildfires in three continents. Environmental Communication 13(3): 381-394. More about the publication.  

Boström, Magnus & Klintman, Mikael (2019) Can we rely on ‘climate friendly’ consumption? Journal of Consumer Culture, Vol. 19(3) 359–378.

Gustafsson KM. 2019. Learning from the Experiences of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change: Balancing Science and Policy to Enable Trustworthy Knowledge. Sustainability. 11(23), 1-14.

Gustafsson KM., Berg M., Lidskog R. & Löfmarck E. 2019. Intersectional Boundary Work in Socializing New Experts. The Case of IPBES. Ecosystems and people. 15(1), 181-191. Read more here. More about the publication

Lidskog Rolf, Johansson Johanna & Sjödin Daniel. 2019. Wildfire, responsibility and trust: public understanding of Sweden’s largest wildfire. Scandinavian Journal of Forestry Research 34 (3): 319–328. More about the publication

Löfmarck Erik & Lidskog Rolf. 2019. Coping with fragmentation. On the role of techno-scientific knowledge within the Sámi community, Society and Natural Resources 32(11): 1293–1311. More about the publication.

Olausson, Ulrika & Uggla, Ylva (2019). Celebrities celebrifying nature: the discursive construction of the human-nature relationship in the ‘Nature Is Speaking’ campaign. Celebrity Studies. More about the publication

Singleton, B. E. 2019. The evolution of the super-whale. Complexity and simplicity in environmental communication. Marine Policy. 99:170-172.

Svenberg, Sebastian. (2019). RoĢˆrelsetidskrifter – en genrebeteckning. Arr - idéhistorisk tidsskrift (4).

Uggla, Ylva (2019). Taking back control: Minimalism as a reaction to high speed and overload in contemporary society . Sociologisk forskning, 56 (3-4), 233-252.

2018
Berg Monika & Lidskog Rolf. 2018. Pathways to deliberative capacity: The role of the IPCC. Climatic Change 148 (1-2): 11–24  More about the publication

Berg Monika & Lidskog Rolf (2018) Deliberative democracy meets democratised science: a deliberative systems approach to global environmental governance. Environmental Politics 27 (1): 1-20 More about the publication.

Boström M, Andersson E, Berg M, Gustafsson K, Gustavsson E, Hysing E, Lidskog R, Löfmarck E, Ojala M, Olsson J,Singleton B. E., Svenberg S,Uggla Y & Öhman J. 2018. Conditions for transformative learning for sustainable development: a theoretical review and approach. Sustainability 10 (12), 4479; More about the publication

Boström, Magnus; Uggla, Ylva & Hansson, Viktor (2018) Environmental representatives: whom, what, andhow are they representing? Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning. Vol 20(1): 114-127.

Börjeson, Natasja & Boström, Magnus (2018) Towards reflexive responsibility in a textile supply chain. Business Strategy and the Environment 27(2):230-239. Gustafsson, Karin M. 2018. Producing expertise. The Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity & Ecosystem Services’ socialisation of young scholars. Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences. 15(1), 21-39.

Gustafsson K & Lidskog R. 2018. Organizing international experts. IPBES’s efforts to gain epistemic authority. Environmental Sociology, 4(4): 445–456 More about the publication

Gustafsson K. & Lidskog R. 2018. Boundary organizations and environmental governance: Performance, institutional design, and conceptual development. Climate Risk Management 19: 1–11 More about the publication

Hysing Erik & Lidskog Rolf (2018) Ecosystem services in Sweden. Contestation and implications. Society and Natural Resources, 31 (4): 393–408 More about the publication

Jetzkowitz J, van Koppen CSA, Lidskog R, Ott K, Voget-Kleschin L and Wong CML. 2018. The significance of meaning. Why IPBES needs the social sciences and humanities. Innovation:  The European Journal of Social ScienceResearch 31 (S1): 38–60 More about the publication

Klapwijk MJ, Boberg J, Bergh J, Bishop K, Björkman C, Ellison D, Felton A, Lidskog R, Lundmark T, Keskitalo ECH, Sonesson J, Nordin A, Nordström E-M, Stenlid J & Mårald E. 2018. Capturing complexity: Forests, decision-making and climate change mitigation action, Global Environmental Change 52: 238–247. More about the publication

Lidskog R. 2018.Invented communities and social vulnerability: the local post-disaster dynamics of extreme environmental events, Sustainability 10 (12); 4457; More about the publication

Lidskog R & Sundqvist, G. 2018. Environmental expertise as group belonging: environmental sociology meets Science and Technology Studies. Nature and Culture 13(3): 309–331, More about the publication

Lidskog R & Sjödin D, 2018. Unintended consequences and risk(y) thinking. The shaping of consequences and responsibilities in relation to environmental disasters, Sustainability, 10 (8), 2906 More about the publication

Lidskog R, Bishop K, Eklöf K, Ring E, Åkerblom, S, Sandström C. 2018.From Wicked Problem to Governable Entity? The Effects of Forestry on Mercury in Aquatic Ecosystems. Forest Policy and Economics 90: 90–96 More about the publication  

Singleton B. E. & Lidskog R. 2018.Science, red in tooth and claw: purity and pollution in cetologists’ boundary work, Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space 1(1-2) 168–185. More about the publication

Singleton, B. E. & Lidskog, R. (2018). Science, red in tooth and claw: whaling, purity, pollution and institutions in marine mammal scientists’ boundary work. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space, 1(1-2):165-185.

Uggla, Ylva (2018). Framing and visualising biodiversity in EU policy. Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences, 15 (1), 103-122.

Uggla, Ylva (2018). Negotiating responsible forestry: forest owners’ understanding of responsibility for multiple forest values. Environmental Sociology, 4 (3), 358-369.

Uggla, Ylva & Boström, Magnus (2018). Ambivalence in environmental representation: A theoretical contribution. Sociologisk forskning, 55 (4), 447-465

2017
Beland Lindahl K, Sténs A, Sandström C, Johansson J, Lidskog R, Ranius T & Roberge J-M. (2017) The Swedish forestry model: More of everything? Forest Policy and Economics 77:44-45 More about the publication

Berg Monika & De Majo Veronica (2017) Understanding the global strategy for disaster risk reduction, Risk, Hazards & Crises in Public Policy, 8(2): 147–167.

Boström, Magnus, Lidskog, Rolf & Uggla, Ylva (2017) A reflexive look at reflexivity, Environmental Sociology 3 (1): 6-16. More about the publication

Boström, Magnus. (2017)Environmental SMOs and resource mobilization in the post-communist versus the west-European context. Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management. 12(3):225-244

Esguerra, Alejandro, Beck, Silke, Lidskog, Rolf (2017) Stakeholder Engagement in the Making: IPBES Legitimization Politics. Global Environmental Politics 17(1): 59-76. More about the publication

Jetzkowitz J, van Koppen CSA, Lidskog R, Ott K, Voget-Kleschin L and Wong CML. 2018. The significance of meaning. Why IPBES needs the social sciences and humanities. Innovation:  The European Journal of Social ScienceResearch 31 (1) More about the publication.

Gustafsson, Karin M. (2017). Narrating the Monarch Butterfly: Managing Knowledge Complexity and Uncertainty in Coproduction of a Collective Narrative and Public Discourse. Science Communication, 39 (4), 492-519.

Gustafsson, Karin M., Wolf, Steven, & Agrawal, Anurag A. (2017). Science-policy-practice interfaces: Emergent knowledge and monarch butterfly conservation. Environmental Policy and Governance. Published online, DOI: 10.1002/eet.1792

Lidskog Rolf, Löfmarck Erik & Uggla Ylva (2017) Forestry and the environment: Tensions in a transforming modernity, Sociologisk Forskning 54 (4)

Löfmarck Erik & Lidskog Rolf (2017) Bumping against the boundary: IPBES and the knowledge divide, Environmental Science and Policy 69: 22-28. More about the publication

Löfmarck Erik, Uggla, Ylva & Lidskog Rolf (2017) Freedom with what? Interpretations of "responsibility" in Swedish forestry practice, Forest Policy and Economics 75: 34-50 More about the publication

Ojala, Maria & Lidskog, Rolf (2017) Mosquitoes as a threat to humans and the community: The role of place identity, social norms, environmental concerns and ecocentric values in public risk perception, Local Environment 22 (2): 172-184 More about the publication

Romina Rodela, Andrej Udovc, Magnus Boström (2017) Developing Environmental NGO Power for Domestic Battles in a Multilevel Context: Lessons from a Slovenian Case, Environmental Policy and Governance 27(3):244-255.

Singleton, B. E. (2017) What’s missing from Ostrom? Combining design principles with plural rationality. Environmental Politics. 26(6):994-1014.

Singleton, B. E. and R. Fielding. (2017). Inclusive hunting: Examining Faroese whaling through the theory of socio-cultural viability. Maritime Studies. 16(6).

Uggla, Ylva & Soneryd, Linda (2017). Green governmentality, responsibilization and resistance: International ENGOs’ issue framing of future energy supply and climate change mitigation. Socijalna Ekologija, 26 (3), 87-104

2016
Boström, Magnus & Michele Micheletti (2016) Introducing the sustainability challenge of textiles and clothing. Journal of Consumer Policy. 39(4), 367-376. More about the publication

Boström, Magnus & Uggla, Ylva (2016) A sociology of environmental representation. Environmental Sociology, 2(4), 355-364. More about the publication

Eklöf, Karin, Lidskog, Rolf & Bishop, Kevin (2016,) Managing Swedish Forestry’s Impact on Mercury in Fish: Defining the impact and mitigation measures, Ambio 45 (2): 163-174 More about the publication

Lidskog, Rolf (2015) Public at risk or public as risk. Regulating nature by managing people”, Society and Natural Resources 29 (3): 284-298 More about the publication

Lidskog , Rolf & Löfmarck, Erik (2016) Fostering a flexible forest: Challenges and strategies in the counseling practice of a deregulated forest management system. Forest Policy and Economics 62: 177-183. More about the publication

Lidskog, Rolf & Sjödin, Daniel (2016) Extreme events and climate change. The post-disasters dynamics of forest fires and forest storms in Sweden. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 32(2): 148-155 [More about the publication]

Lidskog, Rolf & Waterton, Claire (2016) A Cautious Welcome to the Anthropocene, Environmental Sociology, 2(4): 395-406 More about the publication

Lidskog, Rolf & Waterton, Claire (2016) Conceptual innovation in environmental sociology, Environmental Sociology, 2(4): 307-311 More about the publication

Singleton, Benedict 2016. Clumsiness and elegance in environmental management: applying cultural theory to the history of whaling.Environmental Politics, 25(3): 414-433 DOI:10.1080/09644016.2015.1112492

Singleton, Benedict E. (2016). Framing a supermantra: ecotourism, engagement and conceptualisations of ‘good’ development. Forum for Development Studies. 43(3): 463-487.

Singleton, Benedict E. (2016). Love-iathan, the meat-whale and hidden people. Ordering Faroese pilot whaling. Journal of Political Ecology. 23:26-48.

Söderström, Sara; Kern, Kristine; Boström, Magnus & Gilek, Michael. (2016) Environmental Governance and Ecosystem Management. Avenues for synergies between two approaches. Interdisciplinary Environmental Review 17(1):1-19.

Uggla, Ylva, Forsberg, Maria & Larsson, Stig (2016). Dissimilar framings of forest biodiversity preservation: Uncertainty and legal ambiguity as contributing factors. Forest Policy and Economics, 62: 36-42

Uggla, Ylva & Lidskog, Rolf (2016) Climate risks and forest practices. Forest owners’ appropriation of advice concerning climate change and forestry, Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research, 31(6): 618-625. More about the publication

Thörn, Håkan & Svenberg Sebastian (2016). ‘We feel the responsibility that you shirk’: movement institutionalization, the politics of responsibility and the case of the Swedish environmental movement. Social Movement Studies, 15(6), 593-609. More about the publication

2015
Boström, Magnus; Anna Maria Jönsson, Stewart Lockie, Arthur P.J. Mol, Peter Oosterveer (2015) Sustainable and responsible supply chain governance: challenges and opportunities. Journal of Cleaner Production. Vol. 107: 1-7. (First online 2014).

Boström, Magnus; Casula Vifell, Åsa; Klintman, Mikael; Soneryd, Linda; Tamm Hallström, Kristina; Thedvall, Renita (2015). ”Social Sustainability Requires Social Sustainability: Procedural Prerequisites for Reaching Substantive Goals” Nature + Culture 10(2):131-156

Boström, Magnus; Rabe, Linn & Rodela, Romina (2015). Environmental non-governmental organizations and transnational collaboration in two macro-regional contexts: The Baltic Sea and Adriatic-Ionian Sea regions. Environmental Politics. 24(5):762-787

Boström, Magnus; Gilek, Michael; Hedenström, Eva & Jönsson Anna Maria. (2015, winter issue) “How to achieve sustainable procurement for ‘peripheral’ products with significant environmental impact?”, Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy. More about the publication

Fielding, Russell, Davis, Jr., John and Singleton, Benedict. 2015. Mutual aid, environmental policy, and the regulation of Faroese pilot whaling. Human Geography. 8(3):37-48.

Gustafsson, Karin M, Agrawal AA, Lewenstein BV, Wolf SA. (2015). The monarch butterfly through time and space. The social construction of an icon. BioScience. 65(6): 612-622.

Lidskog, Rolf (2015) ”Var finns samhället? En kritisk granskning av begreppet Antropocene [Where is society? A critical evaluation of the concept Anthropocene], Sosiologi idag, special issue on environmental sociology, 45 (1): 8-30.

Lidskog, Rolf & Löfmarck, Erik (2015) Managing uncertainty. The forest professionals’ claim and epistemic authority in the face of societal and climate change. Risk Management 17 (3): 145-164. More about the publication

Lidskog, Rolf, Mol, Arthur & Oosterveer, Peter (2015) “Towards a global environmental sociology? Legacies, trend and future directions”, Current Sociology 63(3): 339-368 [More about the publication]

Lidskog, Rolf & Sjödin, Daniel (2015) “Time, knowledge, and risk: Decision making in the aftermath of storm disasters”, International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 33(3): 341-359

Lidskog, Rolf & Sjödin, Daniel (2015) “Risk governance through professional expertise. Forestry consultants’ handling of uncertainties after a storm disaster”, Journal of Risk Research 18 [More about the publication]

Lidskog, Rolf & Sundqvist, Göran (2015) “When and how does science matter? International Relations meets Science and Technology Studies”, Global Environmental Politics, 15(1): 1- 20. [More about the publication]

Lövbrand E, Beck S, Chilvers J, Forsyth T, Hedrén J, Hulme, M, Lidskog Rolf, Vasileidou E (2015) “Who speaks for the future of Earth? How critical social science can extend the conversation on the Anthropocene Global Environmental Change”, Global Environmental Change 32: 211-218 [More about the publication]

Redmalm, David (2015) “Pet Grief: When Is Nonhuman Life Grievable”, The Sociological Review 63(1): 19-35.

Soneryd, Linda and Uggla, Ylva (2015) “Green governmentality and responsibilization: new forms of governance and responses to ‘consumer responsibility’”, Environmental Politics, 24 (6), 913-931

Storbjörk, Sofie & Uggla, Ylva (2015). The practice of settling and enacting strategic guidelines for climate adaptation in spatial planning: lessons from ten Swedish municipalities. Regional Environmental Change, 15 (6), 1133-1143.

Söderström, Sara; Kern, Kristine; Boström, Magnus & Gilek, Michael (forthcoming) Environmental Governance and Ecosystem Management. Avenues for synergies between two approaches. Interdisciplinary Environmental Review

2014
Beck S, Borie M, Esguerra A, Chilvers J, Heubach K, Hulme M, Lidskog Rolf, Lövbrand E, Marquard E, Miller C, Nadim T, Nesshöver C, Settele J, Turnhout E, Vasileiadou E, Görg C (2014) “Towards a reflexive turn in the governance of global environmental expertise. The cases of the IPCC and the IPBES”, GAIA - Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society, 23(2): 80-87.

Boström, Magnus (2014) “Between Monitoring and Trust. Commitment to Extended Upstream Responsibility”.  Journal of Business Ethics. DOI 10.1007/s10551-014-2277-6

Dreyer, Marion; Boström, Magnus & Jönsson, Anna Maria (2014) “Participatory deliberation, risk governance and management of the marine region in the EU”, Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning 16(4): 497-515

Engdahl, Emma & Lidskog, Rolf (2014) “Risk, communication and trust. Towards an emotional understanding of trust”, Public Understanding of Science 23(6): 705-717

Gustafsson, Karin M (2014) “Biological Diversity under Development. A study of the co-production that is biological diversity” Journal of Integrative Environmental, 11(2): 109-124.

Lidskog, R (2014) “Representing and regulating nature. Boundary organizations, portable representations and the science-policy interface”, Environmental Politics 23(4): 670-687.

Lidskog R & Sjödin, D. (2014) “Why do forest owners fail to heed warning? Conflicting risk evaluations made by the Swedish forest agency and forest owners” Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 29(3): 274-282.

Redmalm, David (2014) “Holy Bonsai Wolves: Chihuahuas and the Paris Hilton Syndrome”, International Journal of Cultural Studies 17(1): 93-109.

Uggla, Ylva (2014). Protecting urban greenery: the case of Stockholm's National City Park. City & Community, 13 (4), 360-380

2013
Boström, Magnus & Tamm Hallström, Kristina (2013) “Global Multi-Stakeholder Standard Setters: How fragile are they?” Journal of Global Ethics9(1):93-110

Boström, Magnus & Karlsson Mikael (2013) “Responsible Procurement, complex product chains and the integration of vertical and horizontal governance”, Environmental Policy and Governance. 23(6): 381-394

Gustafsson, Karin, M. (2013) “Environmental Discourses and Biodiversity. The Construction of a Storyline in Understanding and Managing an Environmental Issue.” Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences. 10(1), 39-54

Gustafsson, Karin & Lidskog, Rolf (2013) “Boundary work, hybrid practices and portable representations: an analysis of global and national co-productions of Red Lists”, Nature and Culture 8(1): 30–52.

Hassler, Björn; Boström, Magnus & Grönholm, Sam (2013) “Towards an ecosystem approach to management in regional marine governance? The Baltic Sea context”, Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning 15(2):225-245

Lidskog, Rolf, Sundqvist, G. Kall, A-S., Sandin, P. & Larsson S. (2013) “Intensive forestry in Sweden. Risk governance in practise”, Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences. Retrievable from More about the publication

Lidskog, Rolf & Olausson, Ulrika (2013) “To spray or not to spray: The construction of contested environmental issues in the news media”, Discourse, Context and Media, 2(3): 123-130

Uggla, Ylva & Olausson, Ulrika (2013) The Enrollment of Nature in Tourist Information: Framing Urban Nature as “the Other”, Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture, 7(1): 97-112.

2012
Boström, M. (2012) The Problematic Social Dimension of Sustainable Development. The Case of the Forest Stewardship Council. International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology. 19(1):3-15.

Boström, Magnus; Natasja Börjeson, Michael Gilek, Anna Maria Jönsson, and Mikael Karlsson (2012) Responsible procurement and complex product chains: the case of chemical risks in textiles. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 55(1):95-111.

Boström, Magnus (2012). ”A Missing Pillar? Challenges in theorizing and practicing social sustainability. Introductory article in the special issue The Missing Pillar? Challenges in theorizing and practicing social sustainability”, Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy8(1):3-14.

Gustafsson, Karin & Lidskog, Rolf (2012) “Acknowledging risk, trusting expertise and coping with uncertainty. Citizens’ deliberations on spraying an insect population”, Society & Natural Resources 25(6): 587–601.

Lidskog, Rolf & Elander, Ingemar (2012) “Ecological modernisation in practice? The case of sustainable development in Sweden”, Journal of Environment Policy & Planning 14(4): 411–427.

Lidskog, Rolf  & Elander, Ingemar (2012) “Sweden and the Baltic Sea Pipeline: Between ecology and economy”, Marine Policy 36(2): 333–338.

Uggla, Ylva (2012) “Construction of ‘nature’ in urban planning: a case study of Stockholm”, Town Planning Review, (83)1): 69-85.

Uggla, Ylva and Storbjörk, Sofie (2012) ”Klimatrisker på planerarnas agenda: Att hantera motstridiga krav och kunskapsosäkerhet”, Dansk sociologi, 23(1): 73-95.

2011
Lidskog, Rolf (2011) “Regulating nature: Public understanding and moral reasoning”, Nature and Culture 6(2): 149–167.

Lidskog, Rolf, Uggla, Ylva & Soneryd, Linda (2011) “Making transboundary risks governable: Reducing complexity, constructing identities and ascribing capabilities”, Ambio. A Journal of the Human Environment, 40(2): 111–120.

Gustafsson, Karin. (2011) “Made in conflict. Local residents’ construction of a local  environmental problem” Local Environment. 16(7), 655-670.

Ojala, Maria & Lidskog, Rolf (2011) “What lies beneath the surface? A case study of citizens’ moral reasoning with regard to biodiversity”, Environmental Values 20(2): 217–237

Sayuli Fransson, Anna-Lisa, Elander, Ingemar & Lidskog, Rolf (2011) “Framing issues and forming opinions. The Baltic Sea pipeline in the Swedish media”, European Spatial Research and Policy 18(2): 95–110

2010
Boström, M. & Tamm Hallström, K. (2010) NGO power in global social and environmental standard setting. Global Environmental Politics 10(4):36-59.

Lidskog, Rolf (2010) “Governing moth and man: Political strategies to manage demands for spraying”, Etudes Rurales, special issue on Profilérantes Natures 185: 149–162.

Lidskog, Rolf & Elander, Ingemar (2010) “Addressing climate change democratically: Multi-level governance, transnational networks and governmental structures”, Sustainable Development 18(1): 32–41

Uggla, Ylva (2010) “What is this thing called ‘natural’? The nature-culture divide in climate change and biodiversity policy, Journal of Political Ecology, 17: 79-91.

Uggla, Ylva (2010) “Risk, Uncertainty and spatial distinction: A study of urban planning in Stockholm”, Theoretical and Empirical Researches in Urban Management, 6(15): 48-59.

Uggla, Ylva (2010) “The value of biological diversity: A travelogue”, Journal of Environmental Planning & Management, 53(1): 91-105. 

Book chapters, articles in journals without peer review, research reports, book reviews

2019
Boström, Magnus; Micheletti, Michele & Oosterveer, Peter (2019) Studying political consumerism. In Boström, Magnus; Micheletti, Michele & Oosterveer, Peter (eds) Oxford International Handbook of Political Consumerism. Oxford University Press. 

Boström, Magnus; Micheletti, Michele & Oosterveer, Peter (2019) Conclusions. In Boström, Magnus; Micheletti, Michele & Oosterveer, Peter (eds) Oxford International Handbook of Political Consumerism. Oxford University Press. 

Boström, Magnus (2019) Rejecting and embracing brands in political consumerism. In Boström, Magnus; Micheletti, Michele & Oosterveer, Peter (eds) Oxford International Handbook of Political Consumerism. Oxford University Press. 

Boström, Magnus & Klintman, Mikael (2019) Mass-consumption and political consumerism. In Boström, Magnus; Micheletti, Michele & Oosterveer, Peter (eds) Oxford International Handbook of Political Consumerism. Oxford University Press. 

Lidskog, Rolf (2019) Risk, pp. 254–257 in Ryan, JM (ed) Core Concepts in Sociology. Chichester: Wiley Blackwell.

Lidskog R & Lockie S. 2020 (forthcoming). Globalizing environmental sociology, in K Legun, J Keller, M Bell & M Carolan (eds.) The Cambridge Handbook of Environmental Sociology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Uggla, U, Lidskog R. & Boström, M. 2019. Var går gränsen för det rimliga? Förhandlingar om vardagsliv och miljöansvar, pp 152–166 in Alsarve J. & Löfmarck E. (eds) Samhälle i förhandling. Villkor, processer, konsekvenser. Örebro: Örebro universitet.

2018
Boström, Magnus and Davidson, Debra (2018) Introduction: Conceptualizing environment-society relations. P. 1-24 in In Boström, Magnus & Davidson, Debra (eds) Environment and Society: Concepts and Challenges. Palgrave McMillan

Boström, Magnus; Davidson, Debra & Lockie, Stewart (2018) Conclusions: A proposal for a brave new world of conceptual reflexivity. P. 351-373 in Boström, Magnus & Davidson, Debra (eds) Environment and Society: Concepts and Challenges. Palgrave McMillan

Lidskog Rolf & Waterton, Claire 2018. The Anthropocene: A narrative in the making, pp. 2546, in Boström, M. and Davidson, D. (eds) Environment and Society: Concepts and Challenges. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Lidskog Rolf & Sundqvist Göran. 2018 (forthcoming). Environmental expertise, pp. 167186 in Boström, M. and Davidson, D. (eds) Environment and Society: Concepts and Challenges. Basingstoke: Palgrave

Singleton, B. E. (2018) Making a meal of it. A political ecology examination of whale meat and tourism, pp. 87-101, in C. Kline (ed.) Tourism experiences and animal consumption: contested values, morality and ethics. Abingdon: Routledge.

2017
Lidskog, Rolf (2017) Risk governance and participation, Oxford Research Encyclopedia Communication. Oxford: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190228613.013.246

Löfmarck Erik. (2017). Lay risk management. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication. Oxford: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190228613.013.535 

Heras, M., B. E. Singleton & P. Kotsila (2017). Reflecting on emotional political ecologies. Soft Power. 5(1):273-278.

Thörn Håkan & Svenberg Sebastian (2017) The Swedish environmental movement: Politics of responsibility between climate justice and local transition, in Cassegård Carl et al. (eds.) (2017). Climate action in a globalizing world: comparative perspectives on environmental movements in the global North. New York, NY: Routledge More about the publication.

2016
Boström, Magnus; S. Grönholm, and B. Hassler (2016) The Ecosystem Approach to Management in Baltic Sea Governance: towards increased reflexivity?In M. Gilek, M. Karlsson, S. Linke & K. Smolarz (eds) Environmental Governance of the Baltic Sea. Springer (p. 149-172) OA: More about the publication.

Jönsson, AM; M. Boström; M. Dreyer; and S. Söderström. (2016) Risk Communication and the Role of the Public: towards inclusive environmental governance of the Baltic Sea? In M. Gilek, M. Karlsson, S. Linke & K. Smolarz (eds) Environmental Governance of the Baltic Sea. Springer (p. 205-227) OA: More about the publication.

Lidskog, Rolf (2016) Book review of “European Union and Environmental Governance” (London: Routledge) by Selin, H. and VanDeveer, S. (Routledge, 2015), Review of Policy Research 33 (2):224-226.

Uggla, Ylva and Uggla, Fredrika (2016) “CHANGE – The European Commission’s Climate Campaign as Technology of Freedom”, forthcoming in Bulkeley, Harriet, Paterson, Matthew & Johannes Stripple (Eds.) Cultural Politics of Climate Change: Devices, Desires and Dissent.

Svenberg Sebastian (2016) Expanding conjunctions and climate change. Acclimatize Journal. Moderna Muséet Stockholm More about the publication.

2015
Gustafsson, Karin M. (2015). Latest News on the Monarch Butterfly. BioScience. 65(10)

Klintman, M. & Boström, M. (2015) Citizen-Consumers. Chapter 27 in Research Handbook on Climate Governance. Edited by Karin Bäckstrand and Eva Löfbrand. Edward Elgar.

Boström, M. (2015). Green Consumerism. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Quality and the Service Economy. Su Mi Dahlgaard-Park (ed). Sage.

2014
Boström, M. (2014) “Sustainable Development by the Multi-Stakeholder Model? International Handbook on Social Policy & the Environment” (edited by Tony Fitzpatrick), Edward Elgar.

Boström, M. & Micheletti, M. (2014) “Political Consumerism: Consumer Choice, Information and Labeling”. Thompson, Paul B. & Kaplan, David M. (eds) Encyclopedia of Food and Agricultural Ethics. Springer.

Boström, Magnus (2014) “Book review of David Hess. ‘Good Green Jobs in a Global Economy: Making and Keeping New Industries in the United States’”, American Journal of Sociology  119( 6): 1809-1811.

Boström, Magnus. Book review of Richard M. Locke. The Promise and Limits of Private Power. 2013. Cambridge University Press. In Journal of Cleaner Production.

Lidskog, Rolf (2014) “Transboundary risk governance. Co-constructing environmental issues and political solution”, pp. 231-240 in Lockie, Steve, Sonnenfelt, David A, & Fischer, Dana R. (eds) International Handbook of Social and Environmental Change. London: Routledge.

Svenberg, Sebastian (2014) Perspektiv och målkonflikter inom hållbar stadsutveckling Mistra Urban Futures Report 2014: 3. Gothenburg: Mistra Urban Futures.

Svenberg, Sebastian & Elam, Mark (2014) Swedish Nuclear Waste Management on the Move: From the Finnish Uptake of KBS-3 to the Rise of SKB International (InSOTEC Working paper WP 2 – Topic: Technology Transfer)

Uggla, Ylva (2014) The urban park as “paradise contrived”, pp. 150-164 i Bradley, Karin & Hedrén, Johan (Eds.) Green utopianism: Strategies, perspectives and micropractices. London: Routledge.

Uggla, Ylva & Soneryd, Linda (2014) “Miljö och ekonomi”, pp. 214-229 i Daoud, Adel, Azarian, Reza and Larsson, Bengt Ekonomisk sociologi. Malmö: Liber.

2013
Boström, M. & Klintman, M. (2013). Dilemmas for standardizers of sustainable consumption. The Routledge International Handbook of Social and Environmental Change, edited by Stewart Lockie, David Sonnenfeld and Dana Fisher.

Boström, Magnus; Gilek, Michael; Jönsson, Anna Maria; Karlsson, Mikael (2013). IKEA and the Responsible Governance of Supply Chains. IKEA’s work on chemicals in textiles. Södertörn Working Paper 2013:1. Södertörn University. More about the publication

Lidskog, Rolf (2013) “Extreme events, regulatory style and regional environmental governance”, pp. 53-61 in Balsiger, Jörg and Uyar, Aysun (eds.) Comparing Regional Environmental Governance in East Asia and Europe (EE-REG), proceedings from a conference Kyoto 24-25 January 2013 More about the publication.

2012
Boström, M. (2012). Book review of Lars H. Gulbrandsen (2010) Transnational Environmental Governance. The Emergence and Effects of the Certification of Forests and Fisheries, Review of Policy Research. 29(3): 442–444

Holmberg, John, Larsson, Jörgen,  Nässén, Jonas, Svenberg, Sebastian & Andersson, David (2012) Low-carbon transitions and the good life Stockholm: Swedish Environmental Protection Agency.

Klintman, M. & Boström, M. (2012) Political consumerism and the transition towards a more sustainable food regime: Looking behind and beyond the organic shelf, forthcoming in Gert Spaargaren, Anne Loeber, Peter Oosterveer (editors), Food Practices in Transition. Routledge.

Lidskog, Rolf & Sundqvist, Göran (2012) “The sociology of risk”, pp 1001–1028 (ch. 40) in Roeser, Sabine, Hillerbrand, Rafaela, Sandin, Per & Peterson, Martin (eds)  Handbook of Risk Theory. Epistemology, Decision Theory, Ethics and Social Implications of Risk. New York: Springer [also published in  Roeser, S., Hillerbrand, R., Sandin, P. & Peterson, M. (eds.) (2013) Essentials of Risk Theory. New York Springer]

2011
Boström, Magnus Natasja Börjeson, Michael Gilek, Anna Maria Jönsson, and Mikael Karlsson (2011) Towards responsible procurement in relation to chemical risks in textiles? Findings from an interview study. Södertörn's working report series. 2011:2. Södertörn University, Huddinge, Sweden. Electronically available at: More about the publication

Dreyer, Marion Magnus Boström, Anna Maria Jönsson & Piet Sellke (2011) Structures and processes of public and stakeholder communication on Baltic Sea environmental risks. RISKGOV deliverable 10. Södertörn University. Report electronically available at www.sh.se/riskgov

Hassler, Björn Magnus Boström & Sam Grönholm (2011). Environmental risk governance in the Baltic Sea – A comparison among five key areas. RISKGOV deliverable. Södertörn University. Report electronically available at www.sh.se/riskgov

Lidskog, Rolf & Sundqvist, Göran (2011) “Transboundary Air Pollution Policy in Transition”, pp. 1–36 in Lidskog, Rolf & Sundqvist, Göran (eds) Governing the Air. The Dynamics of Science, Policy, and Citizen Interaction. Cambridge, Ma.: MIT Press.

Lidskog, Rolf & Pleijel, Håkan (2011) “Co-Producing Policy-Relevant Science and Science-Based Policy. The Case of Regulating Ground-Level Ozone” pp. 223–250 in Lidskog, Rolf & Sundqvist, Göran (eds) Governing the Air.  Governing the Air. The Dynamics of Science, Policy, and Citizen Interaction. Cambridge, Ma.: MIT Press.

Lidskog, Rolf & Sundqvist, Göran (2011) “Science-Policy-Citizen Dynamics in International Environmental Governance”, pp 323–360 in Lidskog, Rolf & Sundqvist, Göran (eds) Governing the Air. The Dynamics of Science, Policy, and Citizen Interaction. Cambridge, Ma.: MIT Press.

Lidskog, Rolf  & Elander, Ingemar (2011) “ Le développement durable en Suède : la rhétorique, les politiques et la pratique”, Telescope. Revue d’analyse comparée en administration publique 17(2): 71–91.

Redmalm, David (2011)“In-Your-Face-Ethics: Phenomenology of the Face and Social Psychological Animal Studies”, pp 73-104, and “Hector”, 27-28, Segerdahl, Pär (ed.) Undisciplined Animals: Invitations to Animal Studies. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Redmalm, David (2011) “Why look at Tinkerbell? Notes regarding the Paris Hilton Syndrome”, pp. 119-138 in Bull, Jacob (ed.) Animal Movements – Moving animals: Essays on direction, velocity and agency in humanimal encounters, Crossroad of Knowledge Series Centre for Gender Research: Uppsala University.

Redmalm, David (2011) “Johan Asplund: Mellan fråga och svar”, pp. 74-104, Lindblom, Jonas & Stier, Jonas (eds) Det socialpsykologiska perspektivet. Lund: Studentlitteratur.

2010
Boström, M. (2010). The challenges in achieving the “social” dimension of sustainable development. The case of the Forest Stewardship Council. Score working report series 2010:12.  More about the publication.

Boström, M. (2010) Book review of Ellen Ruppel Shell (2009) "Cheap: The High Cost of Discount Culture", New York: The Penguin Press. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 14(1).

Boström, M. & Klintman, M. (2010) The following article has been translated to Catalan in the book F. Xavier Medina (ed., 2010) Reflexions sobre les alimentacions contemporànies. De les biotecnologies als productes ecològics. P. 111-144. Barcelona: Editorial UOC: Boström, M. & Klintman, M. (2009) The green political consumer of food: a critical analysis of the research and policies. Anthropology of food. September issue, 2009.

Löfmarck, E. (2010) Review: Anna Olofsson & Susanna Öhman (red.), Risker i det moderna samhället: Samhällsvetenskapliga perspektiv. Sociologisk forskning 47(3), 89-91.