Lance Robinson

About: 

Lance Robinson has experience in the design and implementation of projects involving community-based natural resource management (CBNRM), multi-stakeholder engagement, and policy processes. He leads processes for the design and development of policy, legislation, and environmental and land use planning frameworks. Dr. Robinson has broad experience applying and providing training in the use of participatory approaches, and has been in the forefront of methodologies such as Participatory Rangeland Management and Community Scorecards. He has a particular interest in natural resource governance and resilience building in pastoralist and agropastoralist communities.  As a researcher, he has designed and led projects on landscape approaches, landscape governance, institutions, natural resource management, resilience and rural livelihoods. 

 

Expertise/Interests: 
Agriculture
Appraisal
Capacity Development
Civil Society and Institutional Strengthening
Communications and Social Research
Community Development
Environment
Facilitation
Governance
Land Use and Urban
Natural Resources Management
Organizational Development
Participatory Approaches
Project Planning and Design
Rural Development
Training
Membership in Professional Societies: 
International Association for the Study of the Commons