PETER SØGAARD JØRGENSEN
Evolution and sustainability of human interactions with other life forms
- from individual microbes to the biosphere as a whole -
New strategies for living with the challenge of antibiotic and pesticide resistance, through a social-ecological approach, in the Anthropocene.
Developing frameworks to measure sustainable development of national economies, on a connected planet, toward the safe and just operating space.
Uncovering the interlinkages in the global agenda for 2030.
We are monitoring the biosphere, but are not doing a very good job at organizing this information.
This is an overview of open biosphere monitoring platforms from citizen science projects to earth observations from space.
Using evolutionary biology to find sustainable solutions to global challenges in the 21st century.
Patterns and trends of major human-life interactions in the Anthropocene, considering all life on earth.
Experimenting with new approaches to research on a globally networked planet.
Investigating the environmental consequences of economic booms and busts.
Investigating the macroecological impacts of climate change on groups such as birds and insects.
I'm a biologist of training researching the macroecology and sustainability of global challenges associated with interactions between humans and the biosphere, from the whole earth system to single species of microbes. I am currently a post-doctoral researcher at the Global Economic Dynamics and the Biosphere at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. In addition to research, I have a keen interest in international science-policy and science organisation.