Bursary Opportunity for Agricultural Economics PhD Student
The Discipline of Agricultural Economics at UKZN is looking for a PhD (Agricultural Economics) student to work on a project funded by “Applied Center for Climate & Earth System Science – ACCESS”. The successful candidate will be working on “Livelihood impacts of climate-driven land-use changes: cost benefit analysis for forestry and sugarcane production in KwaZulu-Natal”. The research will require field work and household survey data collection in different Districts of KwaZulu-Natal Province.
Posted on Wednesday 23rd November, 2011
Round Table and Exhibition on Young Scientists and Youth Initiatives on Climate Change and Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS)