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Department of Forest Ecology and Management


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Urban forests as a community science platform

Urban forests as a community science platform hanna.weiber.post@slu.se Urban forestry is a new and still-developing research field. In this webinar series, arranged by SLU Urban Futures and Future

Forest policy and planning group

Our group conducts research across multiple disciplines, with forest policy and planning as the bearing subjects. The research ranges from forest planning at landscape level to comparative forest

Per Knutsson seminar

Per Knutsson, one of the Dryland Transform researchers will on the 6th of October have a webinar on the topic "Commoning or Commodification? Pastoralist Land Rights in the Face of Political, Economic

Livestock café establishment

The concept of a livestock café is an excellent and novel way of engaging with farmers and local communities through a participatory approach of having field experiments. Livestock cafés as locally

Dissertation Elin Jutebring Sterte

Hydrology and water chemistry in a heterogeneous landscape: Process-based modelling of coupled surface water and groundwater flow across contrasting boreal catchments charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se

Webinar: Urban forests 2

Urban forestry from a planning perspective hanna.weiber.post@slu.se Urban forestry is a new and still-developing research field. In this webinar series, arranged by SLU Urban Futures and Future

Climate research

Mitigating and adapting to climate change is one of the primary challenges facing humanity this century. Many research projects at our institution touch upon the subject. The sustainable management

LDSF start up

Healthy, functioning ecosystems are a prerequisite for human health and well-being. In the drylands of East Africa, pastoralist and agro-pastoralist communities are highly reliant on ecosystem

What are urban forests?

What are urban forests? hanna.weiber.post@slu.se Welcome to a webinar hosted by SLU Urban Futures and Future Forests. This is the first of three events in a webinar series on Urban Forests that

Site selection DT

Transformation towards the sustainable development goals in dry rangelands requires strong engagement with local stakeholders in transdisciplinary research. Here you can follow the team from one

SLU on the stage at the Global landscapes Forum Africa

Next week, on 2-3 June 2021, Global Landscape Forum (GLF) will host the first-ever digital conference focused entirely on Africa’s drylands and how integrative restoration practices can see them

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