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First round of UEF Grants for M20 PhD Program awards PhD position at Agricola School for Sustainable Development

13 July 2022

Good news for prof. dr. Bert Scholtens, prof. dr. Klaus Hubacek, dr. Frans J. Sijtsma and the Agricola School for Sustainable Development UG.

The Rudolph Agricola School for Sustainable Development has been awarded one of the PhD positions on the research proposal called: 'Innovative financial instruments for sustainable landscapes. This research proposal is about the use of “green finance” and new financial instruments to promote the conservation of natural ecosystems and protect biodiversity' by prof. dr. Bert Scholtens, prof. dr. Klaus Hubacek and prof. dr. Frans Sijtsma.

This is one of the four proposals selected from a pool of 55 by a Scientific Committee for Admissions. Each project brings together perspectives from different fields around research topics grounded in socially relevant issues. 

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