Dr. Larissa Mies Bombardi confirmed to give a keynote entiteled: “Geography of Asymmetry: circle of poi-soning and molecular colonialism”
Larissa has been an expert on the use of pesticides in Brazil for over 10 years. She has a master’s and a doctorate in Geography, both from USP. She works as a professor of human geography at the same university. In 2017, she published an atlas “Geography of the Use of Pesticides in Brazil and its Connections with the European Union”. A list of her publications can be found here.
Currently Larissa lives in Belgium to conduct her research with a scholarship at the Université Libre Bruxelles.