Rasmus Kløcker Larsen
Stockholm Environment Inst.
Rasmus Kløcker Larsen is a Research Fellow at Stockholm Environment Institute. His commitment is to support people who hold competing claims on natural resources, to respond more dialogically to each other and the intractable dilemmas that they face. he has specialized in fostering action learning inquiries into controversies linked to water resources, agriculture, livestock herding, and extractive industries. Research activities include community-based impact assessment, process design and leadership in stakeholder dialogues, and review of the coherence and implementability of policies.
Ramus Kløcker Larsen’s work is principally inspired by participatory action research, currently focused on impact co-management and the cumulative impacts of exploitation on Sami reindeer herding and indigenous rights. He holds a PhD from Wageningen University and MSc. degrees from Oxford University and Copenhagen University and has experience in research, development, education and capacity building projects, principally in Scandinavia and South East Asia.
- Sami village was affected more than expected by mining
- New report: Fighting to be herd
- Do voluntary corporate actions improve cumulative effects assessment? Mining companies’ performance on Sami lands
- Implementing the State Duty to Consult in Land and Resource Decisions
- New report: Mining companies’ performance on Sami lands
- Sverige sämst på urfolks inflytande vid gruv- och vindkraftsetablering
- Indigenous peoples influence on impact assessments
- Knowledge production and environmental conflict
- The politics of planning: assessing the impacts of mining on Sami lands
- "Då är det inte renskötsel”