Nabil Ahmed is a transdisciplinary scholar and writer. He is the founder of INTERPRT, a project that investigates underreported environmental crimes using spatial analysis and advocates for the criminalization of ecocide under international law. INTERPRT’s long term research on ecocide and the Pacific has been exhibited at Arts Catalyst, Dhaka Art Summit, The Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw and the Museon. He has written for Third Text, Candide: Journal for Architectural Knowledge, MIT Press, Routledge, Documenta 14 Journal, Volume, Sternberg Press, Mousse Publishing, Scientific Reports, Archeological and Environmental Forensic Science, among others. He holds a PhD from the Centre for Research Architecture where he is affiliated with Forensic Architecture. He has taught and lectured extensively in the UK and internationally. He is currently a postdoctoral fellow at Trondheim Academy of Fine Art in the faculty of architecture and design at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).