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Bike excursion adventure vol. FIN – Ending the trip by the German-Polish border

Our master students participated in a bike excursion on July 1st – 6th 2019 as part of the module “Organization and Management Systems”. Along a track of about 220 km by the Neiße river at the border between Germany and…

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Bike excursion adventure vol. 6 – Forest management in military training area

Our master students participated in a bike excursion on July 1st – 6th 2019 as part of the module “Organization and Management Systems”. Along a track of about 220 km by the Neiße river at the border between Germany and…

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Bike excursion adventure vol. 4 – From large- to small-scale operation

Our master students participated in a bike excursion on July 1st – 6th 2019 as part of the module “Organization and Management Systems”. Along a track of about 220 km by the Neiße river at the border between Germany and…

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Successful “Environmental Non-Migration” Conference at TU Dresden

“Staying or Migrating – What keeps people in their home areas despite environmental threats?” This was the guiding question of the first international conference “Environmental Non-migration: Framework, Methods and Cases”. It took place on 19-21 June 2019 at the TU…

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Learning by climbing – Tropical Forestry students elaborated organizational aspects of a National Park in-situ

Nature as classroom: only a 30 min. train trip from Dresden, the National Park Sächsische Schweiz (Saxony Switzerland Website) offers a unique and fantastic landscape which attracts tourists from all over the world. Guided by the Park Ranger Jens Posthoff,…

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Investigating smallholder farmers’ silvicultural practices and markets through MSc research in Tanzania

I am Japhet Noah Mwambusi, MSc student of the Tropical Forestry Course. I just returned from my fieldwork in my home country Tanzania. My research focuses on “Silvicultural Treatments of Smallholder and their Relation to the timber market in Mufindi…

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