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Peter Cronkleton

Peru Country Coordinator
Email
p.cronkleton@cgiar.org

Peter Cronkleton is a senior scientist (anthropologist) at CIFOR-ICRAF, conducting research on smallholder forestry, forest policy and governance. He is a specialist in community forestry development, forest tenure, social movements and participatory approaches to research. Currently based in Peru, he has worked as a researcher and development practitioner in Latin America for more than 21 years, concentrating on the western Amazon but also conducting research in Central America and Africa. A graduate of the University of Florida (MA 1993, PhD 1998) he has recently focused his research on institutional change in forest communities during periods of policy reform.