Edvard is a scientist developing research strategies for the University of Exeter, UK, according to water-based threats to the global mining industry. At the same time, he is co-authoring a university-level textbook in the bio-geosciences, examining the intricate interrelationship between life’s evolution and Earth’s history. Edvard has previously worked both as a postdoctoral researcher in microbial ecology and as a professional science communicator with the European Geosciences Union, Europe’s largest organization in the Earth and planetary sciences. He has also worked as an advisor at the UK Parliamentary Office of Science & Technology, where he wrote a parliamentary briefing on economics-based biodiversity conservation schemes. Edvard is also currently an active member of the transatlantic Emerging Leaders in Environmental and Energy Policy (ELEEP) network, jointly coordinated by the Atlantic Council and Ecologic Institute think tanks. He holds a doctorate (Zoology) and a master’s degree from the University of Oxford, UK, a BSc from the University of St Andrews, UK, and a BA from McGill University, Canada. Edvard is a Swedish citizen.