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What are the major challenges facing Mekong universities for integrating climate change?

What are the major challenges facing Mekong universities for integrating climate change?

What are the major challenges facing Mekong universities for integrating climate change?

05 October 2012

This presentation was given at the second "Integrating Climate Change into Forestry and Natural Resource Management Curricula into Lower Mekong Initiative Countries" workshop in Otctober 2012.   It also seeks to answer the question: How is the job market changing and how do we adequately prepare our students?

What climate change issues are most relevant and important in the Mekong region in regards to forestry and NRM?

What climate change issues are most relevant and important in the Mekong region in regards to forestry and NRM?

What climate change issues are most relevant and important in the Mekong region in regards to forestry and NRM?

05 October 2012

This presentation was given at the second "Integrating Climate Change into Forestry and Natural Resource Management Curricula into Lower Mekong Initiative Countries" workshop in October 2012.   It covers an overview of Mekong forest status and trends, climate change impacts and training/capacity needs.

Sensitizing gender aspects of climate change education

Sensitizing gender aspects of climate change education

Sensitizing gender aspects of climate change education

30 April 2012

As the primary gateway to the forestry profession, the forestry and natural resource management universities in LEAF countries are well positioned to help their students and faculty understand and address gender issues they are certain to encounter in newly emerging subjects like climate change mitigation, REDD+ and PES.

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