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Fahmi Rizki Fahroji

Postgraduate student, University of Glasgow

Fahmi Fahroji is an MRes student in Human Geography: Spaces, Politics, Ecologies at University of Glasgow. He has a keen interest in political ecology, climate issues, energy transition and indigenous community resilience.

Fahmi's latest work with Resilience Development Initiative investigated the international energy programme concerned the consequences of energy transition among highly nature-dependent communities in North Sumatra. His undergraduate thesis lies mainly in the area of environmental subjectivity and human-nature relations in the Schwarzwald area. He is currently working on a new project about the geography of future of fossil fuels permeating in the life of indigenous communities in Indonesia. The project traces the ideas of currently unfolding for the future of underground, global investments, and contested projected energy.


  • 2021–2022
    Researcher, Resilience Development Initiative


    University of Glasgow, Human Geography: Spaces, Politics, Ecologies
  • 2020 
    Universitas Gadjah Mada, Cultural Anthropology