Leipzig University is starting a new research training group on the Economics of Connected Natural Commons: Atmosphere and Biodiversity (ECO-N), funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). ECO-N combines interdisciplinary research on how to sustainably use and conserve natural commons such as biodiverse forests, fertile soils, regional climate, or clean urban air, with a rigorous course programme providing disciplinary and interdisciplinary competencies. A total of approximately 30 early-career researchers and established researchers from economics, meteorology, and biology will collaborate within ECO-N.
We seek to fill 14 funded doctoral researcher positions for the period September 2024 to August 2028.
More details on ECO-N: www.eco-n.org
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