What is the current understanding of human-wildlife conflicts and how can these conflicts be better managed? Open seminar with Noragric PhD alumnus and current Senior Lecturer at Rhodes University (South Africa), Gladman Thondhlana. 5 April at 12:00, Thor Larsen Loft, Tivoli Building, NMBU Ås campus. All welcome.
A Horizon 2020 Collaborative Partner Research Project. This project conducts integrated social and technical research on community-based policing (COP) in post-conflict countries in S.E. Europe, Asia, Africa and Central America.
The Environmental Governance (ENGOV) cluster is a composite research group with members from backgrounds in both social (e.g. economics, anthropology) and natural (e.g. biology, ecology) sciences, based at Noragric. The group enjoys a substantial international network of collaborating partners.
The Conflict, Human Security and Development (CHSD) cluster focuses on the links between conflict, human security and development, with a particular emphasis on development processes in post-conflict and post-disaster contexts.
Department of International Environment and Development Studies
Our research, education and institutional collaboration activities are focused primarily, but not exclusively, on developing countries and countries with economies in transition.