Johansson, E., Martin, R., & Mapunda, K. M. (2023). Participatory future visions of collaborative agroecological farmer-pastoralist systems in TanzaniaAgroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, 1-31.

Contributing author in Birkmann, J., E. Liwenga, R. Pandey, E. Boyd, R. Djalante, F. Gemenne, W. Leal Filho, P.F. Pinho, L. Stringer, and D. Wrathall, 2022: Poverty, Livelihoods and Sustainable Development. In: Climate Change 2022: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability. Contribution of Working Group II to the Sixth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. [H.-O. Pörtner, D.C. Roberts, M. Tignor, E.S. Poloczanska, K. Mintenbeck, A. Alegría, M. Craig, S. Langsdorf, S. Löschke, V. Möller, A. Okem, B. Rama (eds.)]. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK and New York, NY, USA, pp. 1171–1274.

Johansson, E. L., Brogaard, S., & Brodin, L. (2022). “Envisioning sustainable carbon sequestration in Swedish farmland“. Environmental Science & Policy, 135(16-25).

Boyd, E., Chaffin, B., Dorkenoo, K., Jackson, G., Harrington, L., N’guetta, A., Johansson, E., Nordlander, L., De Rosa, S. P., Raju, E., Scown, M., Soo, J. & Stuart-Smith, R. (2021).Loss and damage from climate change: A new climate justice agenda“. One Earth, 4(10) p. 1365-1370.

Johansson, E. 2021. “Participatory futures thinking in the African context of sustainability challenges and socio-environmental change.” Ecology and Society, 26(4):3.

Johansson, E., Olin, S. and J. Seaquist. 2020. “Foreign demand for agricultural commodities drives virtual carbon exports from Cambodia“. Environmental Research Letters. 15(2020):064034.

Johansson, E. and Abdi, H. 2019. “Mapping and quantifying perceptions of environmental change in Kilombero Valley, Tanzania“. Ambio, 49(557-568).

Persson, J., Johansson, E., and L. Olsson. 2019. “Harnessing local knowledge for scientific knowledge production: challenges and pitfalls within evidence-based sustainability studies.” Ecology and Society, 23(3).

Seaquist J.W., Johansson E. (2019). “Toolbox: Operationalising Telecoupling with Network Analysis.” In: Friis C., Nielsen J. (eds) Telecoupling. Palgrave Studies in Natural Resource Management. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, pp 199-211.

Johansson, E. 2018. “Large-Scale Land Acquisitions as a Driver of Socio-Environmental Change: From the Pixel to the Globe.” PhD Dissertation. Lund University, Faculty of Science, Department of Physical Geography and Ecosystem Science, 134 p.

Johansson, E., and E. Isgren. 2017. “Local perceptions of land-use change: using participatory art to reveal direct and indirect socioenvironmental effects of land acquisitions in Kilombero Valley, Tanzania.” Ecology and Society, 22(1).

Johansson, E., Fader, M., Seaquist, J. W., and Nicholas, K. A. 2016. “Green and blue water demand from large-scale land acquisitions in Africa.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113(41):11471-11476.

Seaquist, J. W., Johansson, E., and Nicholas, K. A. 2014. “Architecture of the global land acquisition system: applying the tools of network science to identify key vulnerabilities.” Environmental Research Letters. 9(11):114006.

Johansson, E. (2013). “A multi-scale analysis of biofuel-related land acquisitions in Tanzania: with focus on Sweden as an investor.” Student thesis series INES, Lund University. (MSc thesis)

Johansson, E. (2012). “The melting Himalayas: examples of water harvesting techniques.” Student thesis series INES, Lund University. (BSc thesis)