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Students elaborating business models of forest organizations

In the module “Forest Organizations and Management”, our MSc students had the task to elaborate business models of various forest organizations. In a course of two days, the students came to the campus in Tharandt to conduct group work. This…

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Introducing the CamForst project: Sustainable Forest Management in Cameroon

Accept greetings from Jude Kimengsi, Principal Investigator of the CamForst Project. CamForst is a three-year collaborative research project titled: “Past customs, current law: Analyzing the Effects of Endogenous and Exogenous Institutions on Sustainable Forest Management in Cameroon”.  The project presents…

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First MSc thesis within the FLOURISH project completed

Hi everyone. I am Ta Quoc Truong – a now-former Master student in Tropical Forestry at TU Dresden. In this summer semester, I conducted my research on lung bamboo (Bambusa longissima sp.nov) – an endemic bamboo species in my country –…

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Pyi Soe’s successful doctoral defense on Protected Area Management in Myanmar

On Wednesday, December 11th 2019, Pyi Soe Aung successfully defended his doctoral thesis titled “Social-Ecological Coevolution and its Implications for Protected Area Management: Case Study in Natma Taung National Park, Myanmar”. Pyi Soe has performed an outstanding defense and overall…

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Student research on production efficiency of small-scale tree growers in Tanzania

I am Neema Mathayo, from Tanzania, Masters Student at Sokoine University of Agriculture doing MSc. Environmental and Natural Resource Economics. I did my master thesis research on “Production efficiency of small-scale tree growers in Mufindi district, Iringa-Tanzania”. This research was…

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Cost diagnosis of tree growers – A student’s perspective

I am Kikolo Raphael Mwakasungula from Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro-Tanzania. I carried out research on costs diagnosis of smallholder tree growers in Mufindi district, Iringa-Region, Tanzania. This research was done under the WoodCluster project sponsored by German government as…

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