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Alf Hornborg is PhD in Cultural Anthropology (Uppsala University, 1986) and Professor Emeritus of Human Ecology at Lund University. His transdisciplinary research on human-environmental relations is at the intersections of anthropology, environmental history, ecological economics, and political ecology. He is author of The Power of the Machine (2001), Global Ecology and Unequal Exchange (2011), Global Magic (2016), Nature, Society, and Justice in the Anthropocene (2019), and The Magic of Technology (2023).
Carl Cassegård is Professor of Sociology at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. His current research interests include the environmental movement, critical theory and eco-Marxism, and his books include Toward a Critical Theory of Nature: Capital, Ecology, and Dialectics (2021), Climate Action in a Globalizing World (co-edited 2017), and Youth Movements, Trauma and Alternative Space in Contemporary Japan (2014).
Håkan Thörn is Professor of Sociology at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. His research concerns social movements, power, and globalization and his books include Anti-Apartheid and the Emergence of a Global Civil Society (Second Edition 2009), Climate Action in a Globalizing World (co-edited 2017), Contemporary Co-Housing in Europe (co-edited 2020) and Urban Uprisings (co-edited 2016).