Christian Gamborg

Christian Gamborg

Associate Professor

Member of:

    Christian Gamborg (born 1969), PhD, Associate Professor in Natural Resource Ethics.

    I conduct research and teaches on environmental and natural resource ethics - which are ethical aspects in relation to the human use of, and relation with, the natural environment to further understanding of human-nature behaviours, views, judgements and decisions. I am interested in management and policy implications and the normative foundations of disagreements and conflicts in relation to topics such as sustainable land use, forestry, agriculture, wildlife management, conservation, ecological restoration, outdoor recreation, modern biotechnology and risk assessment.

    I am course responsible for Ethics, Environment & Society (7,5 ECTS, MSc course), Conflict Management (7.5 ECTS, MSc course), Understanding Sustainability (7.5 ECTS, BSc course - Summer School) and Philosophy of Science for Landscape Architecture (7.5 ECTS, BSc course).

    Possible conflicts of interest

    Member of the Ethics Council (2019-2025) appointed by the Minister for the Environment.

    Member of Advisory Board for Biosolutions, Think tank ThinkEurope, which conduct independent and evidence-based analyses on Europe.


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