PhD position in the project "Triple C: Contribution to Coral Commons (Natural field experiment)" at the Leibniz-ZMT Center
Posted January 31, 2014
The Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology GmbH (Leibniz-ZMT GmbH) in Bremen is a member of the Leibniz Association, which is supported by the German Federal and State Governments. Through its research, Leibniz-ZMT GmbH contributes to developing science- based strategies for sustainable use of tropical coastal systems (www.zmt-bremen.de).
Within an interdisciplinary project entitled
“Triple C: Contribution to Coral Commons (Natural field experiment)” the ZMT has a PhD position available.
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Posted January 9, 2014
The Internatonal Association for the Study of the Commons and the Foundation for Ecological Security would like to invite you to visit the blog "Claims for Commons" http://claim-for-commons.blogspot.in/
The Honourable Supreme Court of India gave a historic judgement paving the way for protection of the commons across the country on 28th January 2011. This came in connection to the hearing on the Civil Appeal No. 1132/2011 @SLP(C) No. 3109/2011. This blog is aimed to collate all possible information related to the judgement.
Posted January 8, 2014
The International Journal of the Commons (IJC) is an initiative of the International Association for the Study of the Commons (IASC).
Professorship in the Social Sciences with a Focus on Tropical Coastal Areas (Tenure as W2 University Professor)
Posted January 6, 2014
The Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology (ZMT, www.zmt-bremen.de) focuses on research on tropical coastal ecosystems such as mangroves, coral reefs, sea grass meadows as well as rivers, estuaries and the adjacent coastal waters, and thus contributes to developing science-based strategies for the sustainable use of these ecosystems. The ZMT addresses issues related to the functioning of these habitats, their interactions with the hinterland and the open ocean as well as their use by and influence of humans. The ZMT in Bremen is a member of the Leibniz Association.