June 4, 2019

Tackling deforestation and food security alongside indigenous communities in Latin America | PhD Studentship opportunity at University of Exeter

  • How do we imagine and design regenerative agri-food systems to find structural solutions to global deforestation and food security issues?

  • What are the socio-ecological dimensions of community-based and participatory agri-food systems?

  • What are the enabling factors for implementing regenerative agri-food systems at both global and local-community scale?

If these are the kind of questions you are interested in finding some answers for, a new PhD opportunity has just come up at the University of Exeter that could be for you.

With the potential to work closely with Cool Earth throughout the studentship, it’s an opportunity to make a difference, the key findings of which can be used to theorise on community-based regenerative and resilient agri-food systems across Latin America.

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Handshake between two people in Honduras, in front of inga crops



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