Lance W. Robinson

Nairobi, Kenya

Lance Robinson is a researcher specializing in environmental governance, and social-ecological resilience in pastoralist systems. His PhD research among Kenyan pastoralists focused on the connection between social-ecological resilience and the approaches to participation used by formal sector agencies working with pastoralists. Since completing his PhD, his research work has centered around participatory and community-based approaches to environmental governance. He also has over ten years experience working with NGOs and as a consultant in Latin America, Africa and Asia.

Currently he is a post-doctoral scientist at the International Livestock Research Institute. In the Landscape Level Ecosystem-Based Management research team, he is leading the Mt. Marsabit case study.

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