Dr. Oscar Widerberg is an Assistant Professor at the Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM). He study and teaches global sustainability governance, primarily focusing on the connections between state and non-state actors.
Dr. Widerberg teaches and coordinates courses on environmental policy and research methods in the Environment and Resource Management (ERM) Master programme and the Political Science Master at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. He conducts resarch on policy and governance for sustainability, primarily on the international and transnational level.
Oscar is a fellow to the Earth System Governance project, a member of the Swedish think tank FORES Reference Group on International Climate Policy, and member of INOGOV’s Early Career Investigators’ Network (ECIN). He has published academic articles, policy reports, debate articles and book chapters on a variety of global environmental issues. He regularly participates in the public debate on environment, climate and energy, among other, through radio appearances, UNFCCC side-events, and open lectures.
Before joining IVM, Oscar worked in international consulting firms Trinomics and Ecorys, advising international public authorities, primarily European institutions, on environmental, energy and climate policies. He also carried out traineeships at the European Commission’s delegation to the United Nations in New York; the United Nation DESA’s Division on Sustainable Development in New York; and, the European Climate Foundation in the Hague.
Oscar holds a PhD from Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, an MSc in Environmental Science from Utrecht University and a BSc in International Relations from Malmö University. He is a Swedish native, speaks English and Dutch, and has a working knowledge of Danish, Norwegian and, to a lesser extent, French.
For a full list of publications, please see: https://scholar.google.nl/citations?user=mkoNa9UAAAAJ&hl=en