Ida Karlsson

Project Assistant at Energy Technology

Ida Karlsson works to develop transformative development paths for the supply chains for buildings and transport infrastructure in Sweden within the large-scale research program Mistra Carbon Exit. Here, she applies holistic systems thinking in analyses of alternatives, barriers, enablers, and opportunities on the way to zero carbon dioxide emissions in the value chains for buildings and transport infrastructure.

In close collaboration with companies along the supply chains and governmental agencies, Ida co-develops knowledge around case studies as well as local, regional, and national development pathways to overcome obstacles and accelerate the climate transition in the construction sector.

One of Ida's main driving forces is utilization and bridging the gap between academia and centers of decision-making. In that direction, she takes an active role internally at Chalmers and is also involved in various boards and networks, including the Gothenburg-based Konwedgle group for climate leadership, the Housing Authority's Building Council, Samhällsbyggarna, Gothenburg's Air and Climate Research Network, and Skanska Sweden's Climate Strategic Council.

Ida strives to maximize the use of the research developed within the research program to provide good decision support to authorities and local initiatives and is happy to be on hand to present the program's research results and discuss progress as well as the way forward in relevant arenas.

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Showing 14 publications

2023

Emission pathways and mitigation options for achieving consumption-based climate targets in Sweden

Johannes Morfeldt, Jörgen Larsson, David Andersson et al
Communications Earth and Environment. Vol. 4 (1)
Journal article
2021

Actuating the European Energy System Transition: Indicators for Translating Energy Systems Modelling Results into Policy-Making

Mariliis Lehtveer, Lisa Göransson, Verena Heinisch et al
Frontiers in Energy Research. Vol. 9
Journal article
2021

Achieving net-zero carbon emissions in construction supply chains - A multidimensional analysis of residential building systems

Ida Karlsson, Johan Rootzén, Filip Johnsson et al
Developments in the Built Environment. Vol. 8
Journal article
2020

Supply-chain collective action towards zero CO2 emissions in infrastructure construction: Mapping barriers and opportunities

Johan Rootzén, Ida Karlsson, Filip Johnsson et al
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science. Vol. 588 (4)
Paper in proceeding
2020

Mistra Carbon Exit Technical roadmap - Steel industry

Alla Toktarova, Ida Karlsson, Johan Rootzén et al
Report
2020

Pathways for Low-Carbon Transition of the Steel Industry-A Swedish Case Study

Alla Toktarova, Ida Karlsson, Johan Rootzén et al
Energies. Vol. 13 (15)
Journal article
2020

Mistra Carbon Exit Technical roadmap - Cement industry

Ida Karlsson, Alla Toktarova, Johan Rootzén et al
Report
2020

Mistra Carbon Exit Technical roadmap - Buildings and transport infrastructure

Ida Karlsson, Alla Toktarova, Johan Rootzén et al
Report - Mistra Urban Futures
2020

The framing of a sustainable development goals assessment in decarbonizing the construction industry – Avoiding “Greenwashing”

Filip Johnsson, Ida Karlsson, Johan Rootzén et al
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. Vol. 131
Journal article
2020

Roadmap for climate transition of the building and construction industry – a supply chain analysis including primary production of steel and cement

Ida Karlsson, Alla Toktarova, Filip Johnsson et al
Eceee Industrial Summer Study Proceedings. Vol. 2020-September, p. 67-77
Paper in proceeding
2020

Reaching net-zero carbon emissions in construction supply chains – Analysis of a Swedish road construction project

Ida Karlsson, Johan Rootzén, Filip Johnsson
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. Vol. 120
Journal article

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Showing 2 research projects

2023–2025

Consumption-based scenarios and climate policy analyses for Sweden – direct and secondary effects of lifestyle changes for the energy transition

Johannes Morfeldt Physical Resource Theory 2
David Andersson Physical Resource Theory 2
Markus Millinger Physical Resource Theory 2
Ida Karlsson Energy Technology 1
Swedish Energy Agency

1 publication exists
2017–2021

Mistra Carbon Exit

Daniel Johansson Physical Resource Theory
Frances Sprei Physical Resource Theory
Filip Johnsson Energy Technology
Katarina Gårdfeldt Centre for Environment and Sustainability (GMV)
Sonia Yeh Physical Resource Theory
Ida Karlsson Energy Technology 1
Johannes Morfeldt Physical Resource Theory 2
The Swedish Foundation for Strategic Environmental Research (Mistra)

18 publications exist
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