Henrik Österblom serves as deputy science director at the Stockholm Resilience Centre
He holds a position as senior lecturer in environmental sciences and his primary research interests are 1) Globalization of marine social-ecological systems, 2) International relations and the dynamics of transnational corporations and 3) Seabirds and ecosystem change.
He is currently acting as PI from SRC in the Nereus project - a global social-ecological research program focusing on the future of the oceans, funded by the Japanese Nippon foundation.
Henrik has a PhD in marine ecology from Stockholm University. His post-doc focused on fisheries management, compliance and IUU fishing in the Southern Ocean and was carried out at the University of British Columbia and at the University of Tasmania. Currently, his main focus is on understanding globalization and interactions across geographical scales.
Henrik is subject editor for Ecology and Society, Journal of Applied Ecology and Marine Policy