Åsa Moberg is a Senior Research Fellow within the Cities, Communities and Consumption Team – Societies, Climate and Policy Support Division at SEI Headquarters in Stockholm. Her current work is focused on sustainable food consumption and business supply chains, and on finance for sustainable development.
Åsa’s background is mainly in inter- and transdisciplinary environmental research, using a system’s perspective. Her motivation lies in bridging sustainability research with policy and practice, facilitating the decade of action. Prior to joining SEI she worked as programmes director at Mistra, the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Environmental Research. At Mistra, Åsa was also responsible for setting up and heading an expert function around sustainable asset management within Mistra, an effort which included following up on sustainability in the portfolio through annual dialogues with the foundation’s external asset managers.
Prior to Mistra, Åsa worked at IVL the Swedish Environmental Research Institute, KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Innventia/RISE. Her previous research has mainly been in the field of environmental and sustainability assessment, and focused different areas such as digitalization, media, waste management and circular economy.
Åsa holds a PhD in Infrastructure/Environmental Strategic Analysis from KTH Royal Institute of Technology and a MSc in Biology/Systems Ecology from Stockholm University. She is a docent (associate professor) in Environmental and Sustainability Assessment.