The aim of my PhD work is to evaluate how a climate tax on Swedish food consumption can be designed to reduce climate impact with as few negative effects as possible for other environmental goals.
I use Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) to calculate the climate impact of food products on the Swedish market that will be affected by a climate tax. An important part of my work involves examining methodological choices within LCA and the effect of the choices on the climate impact of food products.
Teaching in LCA courses offered by the Department of Energy and Technology.
Master of Science in Environmental and Water Engineering, 2016, Uppsala University and Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.
Moberg, E., Säll, S., Hansson, P. -A. & Röös, E. 2021. Taxing food consumption to reduce environmental impacts–Identification of synergies and goal conflicts. Food Policy, 101, 102090. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodpol.2021.102090
Moberg, E., Karlsson Potter, H., Wood, A., Hansson, P.-A. & Röös, E. 2020. Benchmarking the Swedish Diet Relative to Global and National Environmental Targets—Identification of Indicator Limitations and Data Gaps. Sustainability, 12, 1407. https://doi.org/10.3390/su12041407
Moberg, E., Andersson, M. W., Säll, S., Hansson, P.-A. & Röös, E. 2019. Determining the climate impact of food for use in a climate tax—design of a consistent and transparent model. The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 1-14. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11367-019-01597-8
Gren, I.-M., Moberg, E., Säll, S. & Röös, E. 2019. Design of a climate tax on food consumption: examples of tomatoes and beef in Sweden. Journal of cleaner production, 211, 1576-1585. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2018.11.238