23 Aug - Greyson Zabron Nyamoga (MINA)

Greyson Zabron Nyamoga, Faculty of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management (MINA) will defend his PhD thesis "Analyzing aspects of land-use sustainability in Tanzania: Current forest degradation, urban charcoal demand, and impacts of future firewood and charcoal consumption”, on August 23 2019

23 Aug - Greyson Zabron Nyamoga (MINA)

PhD degree – Trial Lecture and Public Defence
Greyson Zabron Nyamoga, Faculty of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management (MINA) will defend his PhD thesis “Analyzing aspects of land-use sustainability in Tanzania: Current forest degradation, urban charcoal demand, and impacts of future firewood and charcoal consumption”, on 23. August 2019

Norwegian title of thesis:
Analyse av aspekter ved bærekraftig skogforvaltning i Tanzania: Dagens skogforringelse, etterspørsel etter trekull i byområder og konsekvenser av framtidig forbruk av ved og trekull.

Prescribed subject of the trial lecture:
Theories that can be used to explain deforestation in Tanzania and their policy implications.

Time and place for the trial lecture and the public defence:
Friday 23. August 2019, kl. 12.15 Auditorium SKP (Senter for klimaregulert planteforskning), Kirkeveien 16

Evaluation committee:
First opponent: Professor Gerald C. Monela, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania
Second opponent: Professor Ljusk Ola Eriksson, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden
Committee administrator: Dr. Per Kristian Rørstad, MINA, NMBU

Main Supervisor: Professor Birger Solberg, MINA, NMBU
Co-supervisors: Associate Professor Gregory Latta, University of Idaho, USA
Associate Professor Hanne K. Sjølie, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences
Professor Yonika M. Ngaga, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania
Professor Rogers E. Malimbwi, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania
Professor Tron Eid, MINA, NMBU



The doctoral thesis is available for public review at the NMBU library.
Thesis number 2019:51 ISSN 1894-6402 ISBN 978-82-575-1610-9

Published 9. august 2019 - 10:23 - Updated 26. august 2019 - 10:32