News from Jun 15, 2018
The postdoctoral scholars Teresa Bornschlegl and Emanuele Fabiano began their research stays on June 1, 2018.
Teresa Bornschlegl investigates the challenges and opportunities that arise from the use of geospatial technologies for the environmental oversight of extractive industries. The project is developed in Ecuador.
Emanuele Fabiano focuses in his research on the links between sustainable development,
traditional ecological knowledge and social inequalities in the region of the Chambira de Loreto River in Peru.
In September and August, respectively, they participate in the activities of trAndeS in the PUCP in Lima.