Dr Lisa Robins

B.Ed. (MCAE), Grad. Dip. (Melb), M.Sc. (Oxford), PhD (ANU)
Honorary Senior Lecturer (Fenner School)
College of Science
T: +61 (0)407 702 831

Areas of expertise

  • Natural Resource Management 050209

Research interests

NRM governance and capacity building

Australia's regional NRM model

Dryland salinity

Farm forestry, agroforestry and community forestry

Rice-based farming systems in the Mekong Region


Dr Lisa Robins has been an Honorary Senior Lecturer (formerly a Visiting Fellow) at the Australian National University’s Fenner School for Environment and Society since 2009. She has more than 30 years experience working in natural resource management (NRM) as a researcher, science communicator, facilitator and program manager. In addition to an extensive record of engagement and publishing in Australia, she has worked in the Mekong Region, Indonesia, Canada and the United Kingdom. Lisa holds a PhD on NRM governance and capacity building from the ANU (2005-09), and was awarded a Master of Science in Environmental Change & Management (1994-95) from Oxford University. 



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