Dr Sarah Milne

BE(Mech) BSc PhD(Cantab)
Senior Lecturer
College of Asia & the Pacific
T: 61254443

Areas of expertise

  • Human Geography 1604
  • Anthropology 1601

Research interests

Political ecology

Environmental anthropology

Politics of nature conservation

Mainland Southeast Asia, espeically Cambodia

Biography

Sarah Milne studies natural resource struggles and environmental intervention, particularly when it comes to community-based conservation; resource rights initiatives; and market mechanisms for conservation like Payments for Environmental Services (PES) and Reducing Emissions from forest Degradation and Deforestation (REDD+). Most of her research is focused on Cambodia, where she has been active as a conservationist, ethnographer, and advocate since 2002. Her current project (ARC Discovery) focuses on the concept of rupture in cases of dramatic environmental change.

Publications

Projects and Grants

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