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Department of Urban and Rural Development


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Urban Forestry and Green Infrastructure – a historic perspective

parvin.mazandarani@slu.se The webinar series on urban forests, arranged by SLU Urban Futures and Future Forests, continues with a presentation by Anders Lindhagen from the Department of Forest

DT Caroline Kawira

East Africa is currently facing its worst famine in decades and over 50 million people are affected. The drought-affected areas are worst hit and this is where the SLU-led project Drylands Transform

Apply for funding from SIANI-SLU Global

The aim of this call is to support SLU researchers or other staff to engage with SIANI-SLU Global and communicate research. The funding is for activities to be implemented during autumn 2022.

Workshop: Engage in the new phase of SIANI

Workshop: Engage in the next phase of SIANI teresia.borgman@slu.se Increase your network, get support to reach out with research findings and learn more about SIANI (The Swedish International

SLU Landscape Call For Ideas is open!

Call For Ideas (CFI) is open! This year’s theme is Landscape architecture as a CLIMATE ACTOR. Landscape architecture works with climate mitigation and adaptation, based on strong links to society and

SLU Landscape Days: Call for workshops

This is an open call to organize a workshop during SLU Landscape Days in October 12-13 in Alnarp. The workshop activity can take about 1,5 hours (maximum). E-mail your workshop suggestion (including

William Renström

william.renstrom@slu.se Doctoral Student at the Department or Urban and Rural Development; Agrarian and Rural history. Bachelor's Degree in History, Uppsala University 2020 Master's Degree in

Agrarian history seminar

Tar and timber: Governing forest commons in 17th century Northern Finland anni.hoffren@slu.se Division of Agrarian History invites you to a seminar with Jakob Starlander, doctoral student in

SLU researchers in a debate article on the climate crisis: Enough is enough!

A debate article by some SLU employees has created ripples across the Swedish research world. Signatures have poured in from scientists and employees at 45 different universities and research

dragoons

On Sunday, August 14, Clas Tollin from Division of Agrarian History, SLU inaugurated the Horseman's Cottage at the Cultural Reserve Linnaeus' Hammarby. About 30 people had gathered in the field

Ida Wallin

ida.wallin@slu.se My research focuses on participatory forest and environmental governance, rural development, gender, knowledge practices, media communication and transdisciplinary research related

IDA-Inspirationswebbinarium

Inspiration for joining the Interdisciplinary Academy at SLU futurefood@slu.se As the process of recruiting scientists to SLU's new Interdisciplinary Academy (IDA) is starting, Marie Stenseke from

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