Larraine Joy Larri

PhD Candidate, Research Fellow The Cairns Institute, James Cook University

Larraine J Larri is a researcher and program evaluation expert specialising in environmental adult education and environmental citizenship. Larraine has over 40 years’ experience in public and private sector education, training and employment organisations. Since 2000, she has been at the forefront of evaluating innovative sustainability climate change programs in Australia with projects such as: the Australian Sustainable Schools Initiative (for the Australian Government and five States); CarbonKids / Sustainable Futures(CSIRO Education); Global Communities for Sustainability (Centre for Environmental Education India and Australia); The Archibull Prize (Picture You in Agriculture); Water in The Landscape Program (Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils). Larraine is Principal Consultant, Renshaw-Hitchen and Associates and undertaking a PhD (Education) with James Cook University researching Social Movement Learning in informal transformational learning for sustainability through environmental activism.

Experience

  • –present
    PhD Candidate, Research Fellow The Cairns Institute, James Cook University

Education

  • 1977 
    The University of Sydney, BA DipEd