In order to effectively address the increasing loss of biodiversity, governments, non-governmental organisations and academic institutions from the Countries of Central and Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia need to be aware of the multitude of natural and human-induced factors, and need to develop the technical and management capacities of their young professionals to promote national and international conservation processes. Addressing this need, a high-profile extra-occupational fellowship programme is funded by the German Federal Ministry. The project aimed at establishing the basis for the felloship programme.
TopicNature Conservation and Biodiversity
Project numberFKZ 380 01 263
Adelphi Research gGmbH