Subject: Online Course: Tropical Forest Restoration in Human-Dominated Landscapes
ELTI invites participants to explore the social, biological, and political processes that shape reforestation and forest restoration in tropical regions. This course is designed for a diverse audience, including management professionals, policy makers, mid-career practitioners and others involved with natural resource management, land use decision-making, forest finance, or landscape restoration. This course will feature Yale professor, Dr. Mark Ashton, as well as a suite of other Yale Professors, Yale Alumni, and international case studies by diverse partners working in tropical Asia, Africa, and Latin America.
Duration: 6 weeks
September 25 - November 5, 2017
$1,300 USD - Regular Registration
*Limited partial scholarships available based on demonstrated need
For additional information or to register click here.
Apply by September 1, 2017. Applications will be evaluated on a rolling basis until all positions are filled, after which there will be a waiting list. Payment is due by September 10 in order to confirm enrollment in the course.
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Wednesday, August 23, 2017