RESEARCH & FACILITATION
Cracking sustainability challenges of our times require long-term critical research engagement recognizing the diversity and inequalities involved.
Informed by fieldwork in Latin America, Southeast Asia and the international policy level, my work explores the intersections and frontiers
of social equity and environmental sustainability.
Peter Bille Larsen works on conservation and social justice issues at both local and global levels. He combines academic research and teaching with hands-on field and policy engagement. He has extensive experience with Latin America, Asia, Africa and global level institutions.
Currently Senior Lecturer at The Environmental Governance and Territorial Development Institute (GEDT) and the Department of Sociology of the University of Geneva as well as the Department of Social Anthropology at the University of Zürich, emerging work addresses environmental civil society spaces, heritage, contemporary capitalism and transboundary conservation.
Recent books include Post-frontier resource governance (Palgrave, 2015), Derechos indígenas, gobernanza ambiental y recursos en la Amazonía peruana (IEP, 2017), The Anthropology of Conservation NGOs (Palgrave 2018), World Heritage and Human Rights (Routledge, 2018) and World Heritage and Sustainable Development (Routledge, 2018).
Environmental Governance | Social Equity | Sustainability |
Linking Policy and Practice | Analysis and Facilitation.
The Environmental Governance and Territorial Development Hub | University of Geneva
Senior Lecturer, Department of Social Anthropology, University of Zürich,
Visiting Scholar, College of Humanities, EPFL
2018 till present
Senior Lecturer and associate researcher, The Environmental Governance and Territorial Development Institute, University of Geneva
2013- 2018, Senior Lecturer, Department of Anthropology, University of Luzern
2012 - 2013, Post Doc. Oxford Department of International Development. University of Oxford
2006 till present. Independent consultant.
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