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Ericsdotter has extensive experience from management and policy. She was previously head of the BalticSTERN secretariat, which coordinated international research with the purpose of doing cost-benefit analyses regarding the environmental problems of the Baltic Sea.
She has also held different within the Swedish Ministry for the Environment: Responsible for economic instruments, EU- coordinator, negotiations on EU membership. Executive director Swedish Ecocycle Commission 1993-1998. Executive director Swedish Environmental Advisory Council 1998- 2008. Head of Secretariat in Overview of the Swedish System for Environmental Quality Objectives 2008-09.
Ericsdotter has a Bachelor of Science from Stockholm School of Economics in addition to degrees in Social Anthropology and Economic History.
Blenckner, T., J. Hentati Sundberg, M.C. Öhman, H. Österblom and the BalticSTERN secretariat
2013 - Policy brief or report
The Baltic Sea is a complex ecosystem with a multitude of physical, chemical and biological interactions functioning on various temporal and spatial scales. The Baltic Sea is under severe stress as a result of the combination of a large human population in the catchment area, the environmental effects of anthropogenic activities and its special geographical, climatological and oceanographical characteristics. The environmental...
Tore Söderqvist, Heini Ahtiainen, Janne Artell, Mikolaj Czajkowski, Berit Hasler, Linus Hasselström, Anni Huhtala, Marianne Källstrøm, Julia Khaleeva, Louise Martinsen, Jürgen Meyerhoff, Tea Nõmmann, Ieva Oskolokaite, Olga Rastrigina, Daiva Semeniene, Åsa Soutukorva, Heidi Tuhkanen, Alf Vanags and Natalia Volchkova
2010 - Report
Publication review Inhabitants around the Baltic Sea express worry about the environmental situation. With 80 per cent of all people living in the Baltic Sea region having spent leisure time there, the Baltic Sea is frequently used for recreational activities such as swimming, sunbathing or just enjoying the seashore for walking or picnicking. But there are clouds looming in the horizon. Despite its young age (approximatel...