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MSc research in Kenya: An assessment of how land degradation has changed

Widespread land degradation has been threatening the capacity of the Sasumua catchment, located in Nyandarua county of Kenya, to supply a large percentage (20%) of Nairobi’s fresh water. In an attempt to halt land degradation in the catchment, a biophysical…

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Bridging agriculture and forestry: Tropical forestry contributed to the Tropentag 2017 conference

The annual international Tropentag conference is a popular conference among researchers and students who are doing researches in the tropics. It offers particularly young researchers not only to present their work but also to look for networks and collaborations. For…

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Summer school workshop on natural resource based rural development in Africa

What is the role of natural resources in rural development? What are the roles of natural resources in addressing sustainable developmental goals? What are the future paths for rural development? Are there any success stories or failures of natural resource…

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Call for Abstracts – AGEP and D + C Journal cooperation

The AGEP network and the Journal for Development and Cooperation D + C are about to continue its collaborative initiative to offer AGEP students and alumni a presentation about their research topics and submit an article for the D +…

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Extra curricular student activities: Community’s ecology of kettle holes pollinators in Brandenburg Project

During this summer, I got the opportunity to be part of the research project: Communities ecology of kettle holes pollinators in Brandenburg. This research is under the supervision of the University of Potsdam. In this project, Trupti Bhamre and I collaborate…

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Alumni Profile: Marcelo Rezende, FAO

To some extent, the study of Tropical Forestry at TUD was repetitive for me. I had already had a background in Forestry with B.Sc. in Forest Engineering and experience while working for over 2 years in the forestry sector. Even…

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