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  • Fellows - Michael-Succow-Foundation
    the founder of the environmental organisation Nature Friends The organisation managed to mobilise enthusiastic bikers and environmentalists and thus to increase the environmental awareness and responsibility of citizens in Azerbaijan Alisher Shablodov Fellowship period October to December 2014 April to June 2015 Title of the fellow s work Potentials and constraints of a Common Pool Resource Management CPRM for sustainable water governance in a mountain irrigation system of the Tajik Pamirs More information Being a research fellow of the Mountain Societies Research Institute of the University of Central Asia Alisher Shablodov is doing a PhD at the Centre for Development and Environment of the University of Bern in Switzerland With his MSc degree in Built Environment specialised in Land Management from Royal Institute of Technology KTH in Sweden his main interest is in governance of natural resources with a special focus on land and water During the fellowship Alisher will be working on assessing the potentials and limitations of collective action institutions for sustainable water governance in a mountain irrigation system of the Tajik Pamirs Svetlana Tsymlyakova Fellowship period July to September 2014 Title of the fellow s work Generating carbon credits from the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from rewetting of drained peatlands in Tver region More information Svetlana Tsymlyakova is geo engineer and lecturer focusing on peatlands at Tver Technical University During the Marion Dönhoff Fellowship she explores the opportunities to generate carbon credits from the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from rewetting of drained peatlands in Tver region European Russia She attended several conferences trainings and seminars on rewetting and sustainable utilization of peatlands in Germany which have been organized within the project Restoring Peatlands in Russia for fire prevention and climate change mitigation By attending these events she got profound insight into different aspect of rewetting and found her interest in deepen her knowledge on greenhouse gas emission reduction from peatland rewetting and on the possibilities to account for them on the voluntary carbon market Stacey Wilenkin Fellowship period September 2014 to February 2015 Title of the fellow s work Implementation of Response Measures for Economies In Transition and Mountain Landlocked Developing Countries More information Stacey Wilenkin is a postgraduate environmental scientist who had previously been active in civil society networks as regional coordinator for youth and gender Her work lists projects in academia development rural expeditions collaborations with business and government as well as in awareness raising on climate adaptation and sustainability She focusses her fellowship research for a working paper on implementation of Response Measures for Economies In Transition and Mountain Landlocked Developing Countries Stacey grew up trilingual in East Berlin being born in 1987 as Russian citizen Komila Nabiyeva Fellowship period April to August 2014 Title of the fellow s work German Energy Development Cooperation with Central Asia More information Komila Nabiyeva from Uzbekistan completed the Master programme European Studies at the Jagiellonian University of Kraków Poland Today she works as a freelance journalist reporting on environmental climate and development issues During the

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