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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.

There are 82 pages tagged with Rural development:

Diss Arvid Stiernström

Beyond the Minefield Mining, Development, and Open Moments in Northern Sweden charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Arvid Stiernström defends his thesis "Beyond the Minefield Mining, Development, and Open

Anneli Adler

anneli.adler@slu.se I am a researcher in plant ecology. My research focuses on innovative methods to increase the long-term sustainability of agroecosystems. One of the methods for increasing the

Geovana Mercado

geovana.mercado@slu.se I am a Postdoctoral researcher analysing the different organizational structures through which government and citizens relate to nature. I am interested in organisational and

Carina Keskitalo

carina.keskitalo@slu.se I work 20% at the Landscape Studies subject area at the Department of Forest Resource Management at SLU Umeå, and have my main employment as Professor of Political Science at

Diss Stanslaus Peter Butungo

Access To Land in the Context of HIV and AIDS in Lyamba Ward, Rural Tanzania A Case of Lyambamgongo Ward in Bukombe District charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Stanslaus Peter Butungo defends his thesis "

Multiple benefits in locally managed tropical forest commons

Research published in Nature Climate Change, with sites in 15 countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America, shows that forests where rural and Indigenous peoples have formal control and substantive

Pedro Obregon Santander

pedro.obregon.santander@slu.se PhD student at the Department of Forest Economics. I have a background in Socioeconomics and Environmental Economics.  Originally from Venezuela, I have earned

Carl-Gustaf Thulin

carl-gustaf.thulin@slu.se Researcher, Department of Animal Biosciences Researcher (Associate Professor) at the Department of Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry. Focus on evolutionary genetics,

DT annual meeting

Finally the time came, when the whole Drylands Transform team could meet in real life for the first time during the project that started in 2020. On 7th to 11th of November the second annual meeting

Wind power opportunities and challenges mapped in new report

In a recent research report, scientists have conducted an analysis shedding light on the state of wind power today and scenarios for large-scale expansion. The conclusions emphasize the need to base

Visit by EU ministers

Under a clear blue sky, SLU received 150 guests at Lövsta agricultural research consisting of the EU's agriculture and fisheries ministers and the Special Agricultural Committee (SJK). SLU's

Aquatic foods crucial for sustainable, nutritious and equitable food

To elevate the profile of aquatic food systems, and the millions of small-scale actors involved in these systems supporting healthy people and planet, researchers at SLU and WorldFish collaborated to