My main research focus is on the role of seafood for our future food portfolio and the role of aquaculture in particular. I am the programme director for the Aquaculture and Sustainable Seafood Programme.
I have a background in systems and marine ecology and have worked with a broad range of sustainability and governance issues related to social-ecological systems – with special emphasis on coastal and marine ecosystems. Much focus been on resource sustainability and environmental performance and a strong focus on identification of linkages between fisheries and aquaculture, between ocean and land, including how ecosystem goods and services are shared and/or competed for, and its implication for equity and poverty.
A diagnostic framework for equitable mariculture development in the Western Indian Ocean
Eriksson H., M. Troell, C. Brugere. M. Chadag, M. Phillips, and N. Andrew. 2018. A diagnostic framework for equitable mariculture development in the Western Indian Ocean. Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research: Canberra, ACT. 36 pp. ACIAR Monograph No. 204READ MORE
The role of seafood for sustainable and healthy diets - The EAT-Lancet commission report through a blue lens
Troell, M., M. Jonell and B. Crona 2019. The role of seafood for sustainable and healthy diets - The EAT-Lancet commission report through a blue lens. Beijer Discussion Paper Series No. 266READ MORE