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Resare Sahlin is a research assistant doing research on food system sustainability which focuses on environmental sustainability of meat production and consumption
Resare Sahlin is primarily working at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) but collaborates with the SRC on research on sustainable eating and the role of animal source foods in a sustainable food system. She is currently working with the EU research project UNISECO where she leads participatory case study research on the use of agroecological practices in Swedish meat and dairy farming. Previous work includes a mapping and analysis of Swedish consumers’ ability to make sustainable choices when shopping for meat.
Resare Sahlin has a BSc in Economics from Stockholm University and an MSc in Social-Ecological Resilience for Sustainable Development from Stockholm Resilience Centre at Stockholm University.