- Cemeteries and Crematoria as Public Spaces of Belonging in Europe: A study of migrant and minority cultural inclusion, exclusion and integration The project examines eight large NW European municipalities across six countries, with the purpose of improving understanding of varied meanings, uses and practices through dialogue and co-production of management strategies. This will enhance cross-cultural understanding and interaction, and inform planning for diversity-ready cemeteries. (EU funded HERA project–a collaboration between England, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Norway and Sweden)
- Testbeds for biocarbon based plant substrates for urban environments
- Global South: Inclusive Development Strengthening Capacity on Research and Innovation for Sustainable Land and Environmental Management for Inclusive Development (Stem-Id).
- Norra Sorgenfri Planned, Populated and Problematised: The role of social sustainability in urban renewal An analysis of the role of social sustainability in the transformation of an urban industrial area in the city of Malmö, Sweden.
- Sustainable Leisure Mobilities in Compact Towns: Changing patterns of outdoor recreation in transit-oriented development (TOD) The project aims to acknowledge the history of the welfare planning and its current role for sustainable TODs, reveal the current use of places for active outdoor recreation of the TOD inhabitants, and explore the possibilities to encourage sustainable mobilities in (TODs), with special emphasis on green structure planning.
- Mobile Necropolis: The potential, effects and meaning of large scale move of human remains in Sweden The project will contribute to strategies for future relocation of burial sites, by analysing the scale, the problems and impacts of these relocations, and how they can be integrated with people's needs for place identity, individual memories and cultural heritage.
- The Welfare Landscape Reassembled: Policies for sustainable outdoor recreation in times of urban densification The project studies the heritage of the welfare state, the welfare landscape, and how it’s values can be secured in densification projects.
- Gendered Sustainability: Norm-critical explorations of energy practices for everyday transitions The project takes an eco-feminist understanding of climate, energy and equality issues as interlinked, going beyond binary gender norms in relation to energy use to critically explore alternative narratives of sustainable everyday life.
- The Applicability of the Environmental Objectives in Swedish EIA- and Permission Processes (MERIT) This project examines the Swedish County Adminstrative Boards in their monitoring of the joint impact on the environmental objectives made by individual activities.