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Two Open PhD positions on the topic of "Agroforestry systems for ecosystem-based carbon dioxide removal"

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Agroforestry systems for ecosystem-based Carbon Dioxide Removal: stocktaking and case studies in the Brazilian Amazon and the Upper Rhine region

 

As part of an upcoming BMBF funded project CDR-PoEt (Carbon Dioxide Removal Options – Policies and Ethics), the Chair of Silviculture (Working Group “Forestry and Rural Development”) at the Faculty of Natural Resources and Environment University of Freiburg, invites applications for two 3-year doctoral positions. Both doctoral researches are dedicated to assess the potential of agroforestry systems as a land-based carbon dioxide removal approach for achieving the Paris Agreement by analysing the functionality of respective enabling policy instruments and their applicability including ethical considerations. The doctorate researchers will work in two case study regions: the Brazilian Amazon (doctorate position 1) and the transnational Upper Rhine region (doctorate position 2)

 

Starting date is 01.10.2021 (pending final project approval).

 

 

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