Mariana G. Lyra

Researcher, PhD candidate

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mariana Lyra is a researcher on natural resources governance at the Department of Geographical and Historical Studies. Her main research interests are extractive industries conflicts with communities and social movements against mining projects, especially in developin0g countries. Before being a PhD student, she spent several years as a consultant working on CSR and social license to operate.

Latest publications:

Lyra, M. (2016) The Beginnings of the Anti-Mining Movement in Brazil. Peace Review, 28:1, 38-45 http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10402659.2016.1130376

Melo, A.M.C., Lyra, M.G., Battistella, M.R., Oliveira, M.F. (2016) Brazil. In VISSER, W. The World Guide to Sustainable Enterprises. V.4 Americas. Sheffield: Greenleaf publishing. ISBN-13: 978-1-78353-461-6

Lyra, M.G., Battistella, M.R. (2016) South America. In: VISSER, W. The World Guide to Sustainable Enterprises. V.4 Americas. Sheffield: Greenleaf publishing. ISBN-13: 978-1-78353-461-6