Institute full name:

Universität Bern, Centre for Development and Environment

Institute acronym:

UNIBE-CDE

Institute profile:

CDE is the University of Bern’s centre for sustainable development research. It aims to contribute to sustainable development worldwide through research partnerships, education and training, development of concepts and tools, and policy advice. CDE’s focuses include management of natural resources, sustainable regional development, and interventions that maximise human potential to address the challenges of global change. The goals are to understand the effects of global change on natural resources and people’s lives; develop and disseminate context-specific and multi-sectoral innovations; and, through education, promote learning for and from sustainable development. Combining methods, such as GIS-based earth observation and participatory field-based analysis, is typical of CDE’s approach. CDE hosts the secretariat of WOCAT (World Overview of Conservation Approaches and Technologies).

Institute website

www.cde.unibe.ch

Address

Universität Bern, Centre for Development and Environment CDE
Hallerstrasse 10
3012 Bern
Switzerland
Tel: +41 31 631 88 22
Fax: +41 31 631 85 44
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 Involved Personnel

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Dr. Gudrun Schwilch

Tel: +41 31 631 54 59
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Senior research scientist / geographer. Head of Natural Resources Cluster. Professional focus on sustainable land management, land degradation & desertification, decision support, participatory processes

04 G Schwilch

PD Dr. Abdallah Alaoui

Tel: +41 31 631 30 59
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Senior research scientist /soil scientist. Professional focus on modelling of the impact of land use and climate changes on soil and flow processes

 04 A Alaoui

Felicitas Bachmann M.A.

Tel: +41 31 631 85 83
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Senior Research Scientist / Social Anthropologist. Professional focus on learning for sustainability, social learning processes, development of training tools and approaches

 04 Bachmann

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