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Webinar about GIS and how it is used in natural resource management

As part of the training course on ”Project Monitoring and Reporting: Introduction to Geographic Methods using Open-Source Software”, BluoVerda e.V and Weltweit e.V together with the institute of International Forestry and Forest Products, are offering a Webinar on Geographic Information Systems…

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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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Timber value chain analysis – Field research in central Vietnam

Hi. My name is La Thi Tham, a Phd student from Vietnam. My research is about the value chains of Acacia hybrid timber in Thua Thien Hue province, central Vietnam. Particularly, I’m going to compare the value chains of woodchip…

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Visit of allotment gardens in Dresden – an excursion report

I am Pooja Debnath from Bangladesh. I am a student of Tropical Forestry at the TU Dresden. Before coming to Dresden, I heard that Dresden is a city of natural beauty and the people of this city gives priority to…

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Small-scale wood enterprises: MSc field work in Ethiopia

My name is Alexander Koch and I am a Master of Science student at the Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences. Here I study “Biological Resources”, which is a program that aims at studying the sustainable development of the Bio-Economy. Since…

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Tropical Forestry Team at Umundu Festival Dresden

Members of the Tropical Forestry team are conducting a session on “Balancing economic development and environmental sustainability” at the 11. Umundu Festival for Sustainable Development in Dresden. We will look behind the scences of products that we daily use but…

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