Peeter’s research focusses on how to bring innovation and socio-ecological coherence into governance of ecosystems through cooperative and projectified governance. He earned a MA and BA in sociology at University of Tallinn, Estonia, where he also lectured for several years. He is currently pursuing PhD in social sciences at Helsinki University. In 2019 he received a Fulbright Fellowship at Cornell University. Besides consulting Estonian government agencies he sails, drives a motorcycle, renovates a 100-year-old barn made of clay, and has a daughter. He has written a book about his work as a volunteer in Kenya and directed three documentary films, two of them for Estonian Public Broadcasting.