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Rural development

Rural development is the process of improving the quality of life and economic well-being of people living in relatively isolated and sparsely populated areas.


Det finns 212 sidor som är taggade med Rural development:

Sida and SLU in discussion on global challenges

Yesterday Carin Jämtin, Director General for the Swedish International Development Agency (Sida) with a delegation from Sida’s policy and research units, visited SLU's management. Carin Jämtin met

Sida and SLU in discussion on global challenges

Yesterday Carin Jämtin, Director General for the Swedish International Development Agency (Sida) with a delegation from Sida’s policy and research units, visited SLU's management. Carin Jämtin met

Collaboration

Collaboration

At the department of Urban and Rural Development we see collaboration with actors in society as a tool for our coworkers to contribute to a sustainable development, and as a method to conduct and

SANR

SANR

South Asia across the Nordic Region (SANR) anni.hoffren@slu.se The 2019 SANR conference is hosted by Sasnet/Lund University, the Swedish Institute of International Affairs (UI), Stockholm, and SLU.

SANR

SANR

South Asia across the Nordic Region (SANR) anni.hoffren@slu.se The 2019 SANR conference is hosted by Sasnet/Lund University, the Swedish Institute of International Affairs (UI), Stockholm, and SLU.

Francisco X. Aguilar

Francisco X. Aguilar

foag0001 Dr. Aguilar’s research focuses on the study of social-natural resources interactions particularly in regard to conservation and management of forest resources. Dr. Aguilar is a member of

Urban and peri-urban farming

The main activities in this theme is all about analyzing the pros and cons in urban and peri-urban farming and providing science-based data for policies or practices. Today more than half of the

Karolin Andersson

Karolin Andersson

knan0005 PhD-student in rural development at the Department for Urban and Rural Development. I started as a PhD-student in rural development at SLU in December 2018. Together with Katarina

Jennie Barron

Jennie Barron is a professor of agricultural water management since 1 October 2017. Her inauguration lecture is about managing agricultural water in changing landscapes. Jennie Barron's research

Degraded rainforests in Borneo successfully rehabilitated

Degraded rainforests in Borneo has some areas that has been successfully rehabilitated for example the INIKEA restoration project, lead by SLU*, IKEA and Sabah Foundation. In a pilot project SLU

New platform for collaborations around plant genetic resources

Earlier this fall the Plant Genetic Resources International Platform (PGRIP) was launched. The platform will facilitate interdisciplinary collaborations to address different aspects of plant genetic