Rasmus Kløcker Larsen
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Title: Research Fellow
Expertise: natural resource management
Rasmus Kløcker Larsen is a Research Fellow at SEI Stockholm. He joined SEI in September 2006.
Rasmus' commitment is to support people, who hold competing claims on the environment and natural resources, to respond more dialogically to each other and the intractable dilemmas that they face.
His contributions are often in the design and leadership of stakeholder dialogues, participatory action research interventions in community-based planning/impact assessments, or as social scientist in analyses of policy implementation and coherence in the intersection of environment, development, and indigenous and human rights. He also has a special interest in research ethics.
Rasmus is currently focusing on impact assessments and the cumulative impacts of competing land uses on Sami reindeer herding. He has earlier worked on water resources, rural development and the governance of oil palm industry in upland Southeast Asia.
He holds a PhD from Wageningen University and MSc. degrees from Oxford University and Copenhagen University and has acted as lead or co-lead in a number of international and multi-institutional projects and commissioned studies.
Bioenergy production and sustainable development: science base for policy-making remains limited (Journal article - 2016)
Biofuels, oil palm and agribusiness in Southeast Asia – planning for sustainability? (Discussion brief - 2015)
Aid with Blinkers: Environmental Governance of Uranium Mining in Niger (Journal article - 2014)
SEI Research Synthesis: Improving livelihoods (Other publications - 2014)
Foreign Direct Liability Claims in Sweden: Learning from Arica Victims KB v. Boliden Mineral AB? (Journal article - 2014)