Johan Rockström


Per Widell

Literary Agent | Illustrated Non-Fiction & Co-editions

Johan Rockström

Johan Rockström is the Director of the Stockholm Resilience Centre and a Professor in Water Systems and Global Sustainability at Stockholm University. An internationally recognized scientist on global sustainability issues, he leads the science on planetary boundaries—an increasingly established approach to human prosperity in the Anthropocene, which is at the heart of Big World Small Planet. He is an advisor to several governments, international policy processes, and business networks, and has published several books and over 100 scientific articles. He chaired the design phase for Future Earth and currently chairs the Earth League, the EAT Initiative, and the CGIAR program on Water, Land, and Ecosystems. He was honored as “Swede of the Year” in 2009, and voted Sweden’s most influential person on environmental issues in 2012 and 2013.

Books by Johan Rockström

Eat Good

Johan Rockström, Victoria Bignet, Malin Landqvist

Eat Good is the cookery book that helps you to save the world in your very own kitchen. It presents 60 recipes using ingredients that are healthy and sustainable. The recipes are Nordic-inspired with a Mediterranean twist – and with selected ingredie…

Swedish title: Eat Good

Category: Illustrated Non-Fiction

Pub date: 13-08-2018

Format: 210x255 mm, 224 pages

Big World, Small Planet

Mattias Klum, Johan Rockström

It is time to turn the page. We have entered the Anthropocene —the era of massive human impacts on Earth—which redefines our future. Our way of life is threatening to trigger catastrophic tipping points that could knock the planet out of its stable s…

Swedish title: Big World, Small Planet: Abundance Within Planetary Boundaries

Category: Illustrated Non-Fiction

Pub date: 14-04-2015

Format: 148 x 210 mm, 208 pages, colour