Sandakerveien 130 (kart)
1 og 2. etasje
The main objective is to understand how to bio-engineer multifunction livestock production landscapes in Nicaragua that maximize provisioning of ecosystem services and economically efficient food production at the farm and landscape level.
The aim of this project is to explore the effect of international migration and remittances on land use and land use change in the area of origin of migrants.
LEVE aims to strengthen the University of Oslo’s regional and interdisciplinary expertise in defined core areas linked to health and livelihoods in developing countries. LEVE focuses on the dynamic between livelihoods and environmental change, specifically the challenges resulting from climate change, increased migration, urbanisation, and changes to global governance, and their effect on patterns of poverty, health and illness. Director: Sidsel Roalkvam