Founder and Co-Principal, INTERPRT
Nabil Ahmed has been researching environmental conflicts as spatial practice for over a decade. He is professor of visual intervention at the Trondheim Academy of Fine Arts, faculty of architecture and design at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). He is the founder and co-principal of INTERPRT, a research and design studio that undertakes visual investigations using data-driven design, spatial analysis and advocacy to expose and hold accountable environmentally destructive practices. Founded in 2015, INTERPRT works with civil society organizations, legal experts, journalists, and cultural institutions to produce evidence platforms, multimedia advocacy tools and exhibitions. As investigators, the group partners with Climate Counsel, a non-profit foundation pursuing environmental justice through international criminal law. He sits on the international advisory board of the Stop Ecocide Foundation.