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Linn works as a research assistant in GRAID, a Sida-funded project aimed at integrating resilience thinking into international development practice and policy. Her work is focused on resilience in practice, and especially resilience assessments and planning.
Linn holds a MSc in Sustainability from Stockholm Univeristy/Stockholm Resilience Centre. In her MSc thesis, she studied the prospects for a group of non-state actors in Ethiopia to influence the country’s agricultural development in a more sustainable direction. She did so by analysing the institutional and policy context in which they are embedded, as well as their own strategies for change. She also has a BSc degree in political science and environmental science from the University of Gothenburg, which included fieldwork in India.
Linn has also volunteered in Cambodia and Ecuador, has a longstanding engagement in different environmental organisations, as well as the Swedish scout movement.
Järnberg, L., Kautsky, E. E., Dagerskog, L., Olsson, P.
2018 - Journal / article
Identifying trajectories of agricultural development that enable substantial increases in food production is of prime importance for food security and human development in Sub-Saharan Africa in general, and Ethiopia in particular. To ensure long-term welfare for people and landscapes, it is imperative that such agricultural transformations sustain and enhance the natural resource base upon which agriculture depends. To unde...