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Meeting our MSc Alumni: Minsi and Patience in Uganda

Trips to our project partner countries are always an opportunity to meet Alumni from our MSc course Tropical Forestry in Tharandt and promote the course to interested students. In March, we travelled to Uganda for the WoodCluster project. There, we…

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Tropentag – Call for Papers

The international conference Tropentag calls for the submission of papers. Tropentag’s theme of this year is “Global food security and food safety: the role of universities”. It will take place in Ghent, Belgium, 17-19 September 2018. Tropentag is an annual…

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Global Landscape Forum 2017 – An exciting event for Tharandt students

  Between the 19th and 20th of December 2017 the Global Landscape Forum (GLF) took place in Bonn, Germany. The GLF is the world’s largest science-led platform aiming in addressing landscape-issues through dialogue by putting communities first. During this year’s…

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Tropical Forestry student at the UN climate conference in Bonn

This year, one of our M.Sc. students, Carolle Alarcon Eichmann, took part at the world climate conference in Bonn and we are happy that she enriched the international discourse as well as itself did to her. If you want to…

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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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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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