Rebecca Peters

Rebecca Peters

Programme Director, Water Law and Security at London Centre of International Law Practice Limited

8 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, Greater London, United Kingdom

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Researcher At the Group for the Inspection Panel  - World Bank


M.Sc.  - Poverty and Development Economics , Institute for Development Policy and Management at the University of Manchester

PhD  - 

degrees  - Development Economics , University of California , Berkeley


Fellow  - Environmental Protection Agency

Member  - Association of American Geographers

Member  - Royal Geographic Society

Fellow  - Association of Environmental Professionals

Fellow  - Berkeley

Fellow  - Leverhulme Research Centre

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Rebecca Peters
Partnerships Director: Water Law and Security

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Rebecca Peters
Rebecca is guided by a vision for water security and law that improves multi-sector engagement for transformative change toward the goals of partnership building, environmental health, and policy innovation. As a President Harry S. Truman Scholar, Rebecca served as a researcher at the World Bank Group for the Inspection Panel in Washington, D.C. focused on disputes regarding international waterways and hydroelectricity in Central Asia, South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa. She has a particular interest in the area of emerging economies and water security for environmental sustainability, poverty reduction, and macro-economic growth. Rebecca graduated from the University of California, Berkeley as valedictorian with degrees in Development Economics (B.A. Hons) and Environmental Science (B.Sc. Hons). As a 2014 Marshall Scholar, Rebecca completed a M.Sc. in Poverty and Development Economics (with distinction) at the Institute for Development Policy and Management at the University of Manchester. Her field-based research focused on water governance institutions and distributive justice in South Africa. Currently, Rebecca is a M.Sc. candidate in Water Science and Governance at King's College London focusing on urban water governance structures. She will begin a PhD as a Fellow of the US Environmental Protection Agency in September 2016. Rebecca's academic research, policy development, and project management have brought her to over 30 countries. She is a Member of the Royal Geographic Society and Association of American Geographers, and has formerly been a Fellow at Berkeley Law Human Rights Center, the Blum Center for Developing Economies, the Leverhulme Research Centre, and the Association of Environmental Professionals. As Director of the Water Law and Security Practice at LCILP, Rebecca will initiate a multidisciplinary leadership approach to international water law and security issues including: Rebecca Peters Partnerships Director: Water Law and Security

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Ms. Rebecca M. Peters
Programme Director of Water Law and Security Centre London Centre of International Law Practice

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