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Johannes Stripple

Johannes Stripple is Associate Professor at the Department of Political Science of Lund University (permanent, 100%).

Johannes’ research concerns the politics of climate change and its governance through a range of sites, from the UN to forests, the urban, the arts and the everyday; from the insurance industry and carbon markets to the petroplastics complex. Stripple has recently focused on how we narrate and imagine a warming world and transitions to a post-fossil society.

Stripple leads the ‘Climaginaries’ (Formas) research project and the collaborative initiative ‘Narrating Climate Futures’, funded by LU VC. He has extensive experience in engaging the policy community, through commissioned research for Defra (UK), the Swedish EPA and advisory work for the Ministry of Environment and the Ministry of Finance in Sweden.

In 2014, he was awarded ‘outstanding achievement for Lund University’ for his work in establishing a clean-tech centre of excellence in Botswana.

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Johannes Stripple
E-mail: johannes [dot] stripple [at] svet [dot] lu [dot] se

Senior lecturer

Department of Political Science

+46 46 222 04 88

+46 70 819 71 29

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Associate professor

Department of Political Science

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At a glance

Johannes develops 'Critical Climate Studies' and explore emerging practices of a carbon constrained world

Exams

Johannes completed a Ph.L. in Environmental Science at Linneus University, Sweden (2001), a Ph.D in Political Science at Lund University (2005), and was appointed to associate professor in 2011. 

Department of Political Science
Lund University
Visiting address: Allhelgona kyrkogata 14 (House: Eden)
Postal address: Box 52, SE-221 00 LUND
Telephone: +46 46-222 89 52

Faculty of Social Sciences