He holds a PhD in natural resources management from Department of Systems Ecology at Stockholm University. His thesis dealt with biological diversity, ecosystem services and resilience of the tropical coastal zone, with a special emphasis on coral reefs.
Moberg is also the Director of Albaeco, an independent organisation communicating the latest in sustainability science with a focus on nature's importance to society and its economy. Albaeco and Stockholm Resilience Centre collaborate closely on communications.
Moberg has studied science communications at university level and has more than 15 years experience in popular science communication including lectures, reports, book chapters, newsletters, web pages, newspaper articles and radio spots.
Research news | 2017-04-04
Stockholm Resilience Centre collaborates with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and the Swedish clothing retailer H&M group on how the textile industry can operate within planetary boundaries
Research news | 2016-11-02
How much more fishing, nutrient pollution and climate change can the world’s coral reefs endure?
Research news | 2015-09-23
Hidden ecological effects of algorithmic trade and new financial instruments
Research news | 2014-12-12
Centre researchers collaborated with students from leading school in advertising education to visualise scientific concepts
2016 - Journal / article
Anthropogenic changes to the Earth now rival those caused by the forces of nature and have shepherded us into a new planetary epoch – the Anthropocene. Such changes include profound and often unexpected alterations to coral reef ecosystems and the services they provide to human societies. Ensuring that reefs and their services endure during the Anthropocene will require that key drivers of coral reef change – fishing, water qu...
2015 - Journal / article
Financial actors such as international banks and investors play an important role in the global economy. This role is shifting due to financial innovations, increased sustainability ambitions from large financial actors, and changes in international commodity markets. These changes are creating new global connections that potentially make financial markets, actors, and instruments important aspects of global environmental ch...
2013 - Journal / article
Forests are of major importance to human society, contributing several crucial ecosystem services. Biodiversity is suggested to positively influence multiple services but evidence from natural systems at scales relevant to management is scarce. Here, across a scale of 400,000 km2, we report that tree species richness in production forests shows positive to positively hump-shaped relationships with multiple ecosystem service...