Kimberly Marion Suiseeya
Research Interest(s): Global environmental politics, environmental justice, environmental policy, indigenous rights, international development, ethnography, institutions
Program Area(s): International Relations; Methods
Regional Specialization(s): Asia; Southeast Asia
Kim Marion Suiseeya’s research examines the interactions between norms, institutions, and justice in global forest governance. Her areas of expertise include: environmental justice, global environmental governance, political ecology, and the politics of biodiversity conservation in Laos and mainland Southeast Asia. Her current work includes her collaborative, interdisciplinary project “From Presence to Influence: Examining the Politics of Indigenous Representation in Global Environmental Governance” as well as her ongoing work exploring the justice gap in forest governance in Southeast Asia.
- Marion Suiseeya, Kimberly R. 2015. "Displacing Difference and the Barriers to Environmental Justice." Politics, Groups, and Identities. 3(4), 697-702.
- Witter, Rebecca, Kimberly R. Marion Suiseeya, Rebecca Gruby, Maggie Bourque, Sarah Hitchner, Edward Maclin, and J. Peter Brosius. 2015. "Moments of Influence in Global Environmental Governance." Environmental Politics. 24(6): 894-912.
- Marion Suiseeya, Kimberly R. 2014. "Negotiating the Nagoya Protocol: Indigenous Demands for Justice." Global Environmental Politics 14(3): 102-124.
- Marion Suiseeya, Kimberly R. and Susan Caplow. 2013. "In Pursuit of Procedural Justice: Lessons from an Analysis of 56 Forest Carbon Project Designs." Global Environmental Change 23(5): 968-979.
- O'Neill, Kate, Erika Weinthal, Kimberly R. Marion Suiseeya, Steven Bernstein, Avery S. Cohn, Michael W. Stone, and Benjamin Cashore. "Methods and Global Environmental Governance." Annual Review of Environment and Resources 38(1): 441-471.