What the fellow says:
"The UNESCO / Keizo Obuchi fellowship Program allows me not only to focus on my postgraduate research studies at the Goettingen University, but also to explore areas of leadership and opportunities to contribute to environmental issues, such as climate change and renewable energy initiatives. I am extremely grateful for all the support that the fellowship Program provides to me."
School of Forest Sciences and Forest Ecology, Georg- August-Universität Göttingen, Göttingen, Germany: Master’s Degrees in Tropical and Subtropical Forestry (4 September 2003).
Land use analysis and forest-base mitigation option for climate change in the lowlands of Bolivia. Paper submitted and accepted at the IUFRO conference: Applied Forest Ecological Experiments, Davos, Switzerland (5-7 August 2003). Ruiz, C., Kleinn C. & Olschewski, R.
Management options for secondary forest and fallow vegetation in the subhumid tropics. MSc Thesis, Georg- August-Universität Göttingen, Germany, September 2003.