Natural Resources Management - Asian Institute of Technology.
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The licentiate degree. In Finland there are actually two degrees available after a Masters, one is a doctorate (tohtorin tutkinto) and the other is a licentiate (lisensiaatin tutkinto). The licentiate degree is a shorter research degree, roughly comparable to a UK MPhil.It takes two-years and is recognised as a pre-doctoral qualification. It includes the coursework from the doctoral degree.
A new and exciting initiative, the NRM Pathways Pilot Project was developed by the Home Office and is being delivered in this area by Leeds City Council and Palm Cove Society. The project is to provide long term support for survivors of Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking.
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NRM, Land Tenure and Land Use Planning Dimensions Doctoral Field Research Fellowship. PhD Student investigating land tenure, land use planning and rangeland management issues here would have the benefit of linking her or his research to the other research that will be taking place. There are also potential linkages and a possible audience for the research in connection with the Government.
He is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Tasmania in the School of Technology, Environments and Design where he is inquiring into shared management approaches for water resources and is interested in how NRM associations can facilitate collaboration in water governance. Michael is a registered bush fire management practitioner, providing bushfire risk assessments and advice for.