|Works at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm,
from where he has a licentiate degree in groundwater monitoring.
He has worked during the main part of his career within KTH’s
department for development co-operation, where he has been responsible
for administration of Swedish contributions to water programmes
in India, environmental programmes in the Mekong basin, and
educational programmes in Zambia.
He has worked extensively with research and education related
to water resources and development issues at KTH. In addition
to groundwater monitoring, his specialist competence covers
environmental planning, project management including LFA methodology,
and education as a capacity building tool.