Rasmus Kløcker Larsen is a Senior Research Fellow and Team Lead for the Equitable Resource Rights and Governance Team at the Stockholm Environment Institute. He also holds a position as Affiliated Lecturer with Uppsala University, teaching about social equity and power in the context of global health.
His research focuses broadly on the ethics, practice and politics in resource conflicts and negotiations over rights to resources, drawing on critical social theory and participatory and action-oriented research methodologies.
He is frequently engaged as advisor to Swedish government institutions and Sámi organizations and works with Sámi reindeer herding districts, e.g., in community-based impact assessments and negotiation of impact-benefit agreements.
Rasmus has published extensively in international peer-reviewed journals, regularly contributes to media, and has a track-record of fundraising and leadership in international and multi-institutional projects.
He holds a PhD in innovation and communication studies from Wageningen University and MSc. degrees from Oxford University and Copenhagen University.