Interested sustainable use of grasslands and greenhouse gas emissions? MINA offers interested students the opportunity to participiate in a two-week summer course in China learning about soil and grassland management. The master's course offers a unique learning environment for scientific and cultural exchange. The project covers airfare and lodging.
Small-scale hatcheries may have adverse effects on wild salmon, and the discourse between hatchery advocates and critics is heated. Despite this, they remain a widely used conservation tool. A new doctorate demonstrates that salmon hatcheries are important to the people and communities that operate them, and illuminate why efforts to limit or close them have been met with strong resistance.
The Faculty of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management (MINA) is the university's competence centre on nature and the environment, sustainable use of natural resources, biological and geological processes.