Welcome to the Centre for Societal Risk Research, CSR
Mikael Granberg honorary professor at RMIT University, Australia
Mikael Granberg, professor in political science and director of the Centre for Societal Risk Research has been appointed honorary professor at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia.
CriseIT 2 highlighted as good example by Interreg
The main funder of project CriseIT 2, the EU Interreg programme, is celebrating 30 years together 2020. During the year Interreg is arranging a number of activities to mark the occasion, one of which is highlighting collaborative projects and success stories in an article series. The CriseIT2 project is highlighted under the theme of neighbour cohesion.*/
The politics of adapting to climate change
(2020-09-03) Recently the book “The politics of adapting to climate change” was released. In the book the authors Leigh Glover and Mikael Granberg from CSR, the Centre for Societal Risk Research, explores political themes and policy perspectives related to, and influencing, climate change adaptation.
CSR's first board meeting
On Wednesday the 26 August the first board meeting of the Centre for Societal Risk Research, CSR, was held digitally.
Research study on experience of risk and mental health among elderly in Sweden in regards of Covid -19
In a new study at the Centre for Societal Risk Research at Karlstad University we examine how elderly people in Sweden experience risk in regards of the ongoing corona-pandemic, their ability and willingness to handle the situation and their experiences of how mental health is affected by the situation.