I lead the group developing the Paris Score – a new layer of compliance to the Paris Agreement based on a transactional data model. The development of this started during my time as a research director for Bitnation, exploring blockchain jurisdictions and how distributed systems, for holding registers and enforcing agreements can be utilized. I belong to the faculty of Singularity University’s Nordic Branch and teach in two subjects: Distributed Ledger Technology (blockchains) and Governance.
I am the principal investigator of the first governance study in a Mars simulation. As a part of this, I spent September of 2019 in the Himalayas, living at 14,000 feet in an isolated, confined, and extreme environment with a crew to develop design principles for space societies. I am also the project lead of a comprehensive literature review of all that has ever been written on the topic of Mars governance. I am the chair of Effective Altruism‘s Swedish branch, which works to promote long-termism and effectiveness in policy, foreign aid, and philanthropy.