Master Thesis

By whose rules, for whose needs? The power of elites, livelihood implications and potential for resistance in two Nepalese community forest user groups

Abstract: The Nepalese community forestry program entitles user groups to autonomously manage their forest within the confines of an officially approved operational plan. While widely considered a…
Total grant
12,000

The effect of climate change and climate change policies on high mountain rural livelihoods in Nepal - The case of Kunjo village in Mustang district

Abstract: Multiple studies have shown that Least Developed Countries (LDCs) are the most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. Their vulnerability is due mainly to a high degree of physical…
Total grant
40,000

ANALYSING PROTECTED AREA-PEOPLE RELATIONS IN COMMUNITIES BORDERING THE SERENGETI ECOSYSTEM, TANZANIA: A CONSERVATION CASE STUDY IN WELL-BEING IMPACTS AND ATTITUDES

Abstract: Protected areas (PAs), the cornerstones of biodiversity conservation, have often had adverse social impacts on local communities due to evictions, human-wildlife conflicts and restrictions…

IINVESTIGATING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ATTITUDES, INTENTION AND ILLEGAL GRAZING BEHAVIOR IN THE SERENGETI ECOSYSTEM USING THE THEORY OF PLANNED BEHAVIOR

Abstract: Protected areas (PAs), the cornerstones of biodiversity conservation, have often had adverse social impacts on local communities due to evictions, human-wildlife conflicts and restrictions…
Total grant
9,400

Vulnerabilities and Adaptation to a Changing Climate: A Gender Analysis Conducted in Tra Hat Hamlet, Bac Lieu Province, Vietnam

Abstract: Using a mix methodological approach, this study analyzed the climate risks that men and women in Tra Hat Hamlet, a future climate smart village on the Mekong Delta, are facing and how they…
Total grant
8,500