Johannes Stripple (Project Coordinator)
Associate professor at the Department of Political Science at Lund University. Johannes is currently involved in several research projects focusing on the critical politics of climate change and its governance, such as Climaginaries, Narrating Climate Futures, STEPS - Sustainable Plastics and Transition Pathways, REINVENT - Realising Innovation in Transitions for Decarbonisation and SUSPLAST - Sustainable Product Chains for Plastics.
Distinguished professor of Urban Futures and Director of the Urban Futures Studio at Utrecht University. Previously Maarten was professor of Public Policy at the University of Amsterdam and Director-General of the PBL – Netherlands Environmental Asssessment Agency.
Detlef van Vuuren
Professor in Integrated Assessment of Global Environmental Change at Utrecht University and senior researcher at PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency leading the IMAGE integrated assessment modeling team.
Researcher at the Department of Political Science at Lund University. Roger’s research focuses on environmental politics, climate governance and the transition to decarbonised futures.
Associate professor at University of Warwick. Graeme teaches on the English and Comparative Literary Studies program and his current research undertakings include Resource Culture in World Literature/Globalisation; Energy Humanities and Petrofiction; Science Fiction and Ecocriticism; Modern and Contemporary Scottish and British Culture.
Senior lecturer at the Department of Physical Geography and Ecosystem Science at Lund University. Paul's research concerns ecosystem modelling and coupled climate modelling.
Postdoctoral fellow at the division of Environmental and Energy System Studies at Lund University. Alexandra’s research concerns the intersection between society, culture, and technology. In 2018 she defended her thesis on the role of envisioned futures in sustainability transitions.
Researcher and lecturer at the Urban Futures Studio at Utrecht University. Peter’s research focuses on the city of the future, intervention methods, sharing economy, sustainable mobility and smart cities.
Professor in Visual Culture and Head of School in the School of Modern Languages and Cultures at Durham University. Janet was previously senior lecturer in German and Film & Visual Culture at the University of Aberdeen.
Researcher at Urban Futures Studio at Utrecht University. Wytske’s research focus is on 'Pathways to Sustainability'. She is also an author of several popular fictional books including; Boy (2013) and Grime (2017).