We all agree that numbers and models are an important service of science for a various set of reasons. For instance, they help decision-makers in our society understand current and future trends and therefore contribute to a differentiated planning of development regarding numerous issues in the environmental, societal and economic sphere. One of the most […]
About Tobias Stalder
Administrator of Geo-Blog
Student of Geography and Sustainable Development at the University of Bern.
Soil Science and Paleo-Climatology:
Fields that address long-term soil organic matter (SOM) dynamics and related modelling.
Sustainable Development and Education:
Which theories and approaches prove to be useful when addressing environmental - social - economic issues hands on?
What synergies exist between different scientific specializations?
Are the three dimension of Sustainable Development (UN) really the conceptual solution we waited for?
Also interested in ways of combining GIS-approaches with existing long-term soil organic carbon data of different regions. Get in touch if you have ideas: firstname.lastname@example.org
Entries by Tobias Stalder
Over the last decade, “urban gardening” and “urban agriculture” became increasingly popular among public policy makers and civil individuals (Ernwein, 2014: 77). Those community-based initiatives are acknowledged for a wide set of reasons. For instance, they seem to promise a response to urban degradation (Kurtz, 2001: 656) and are believed to offer a potential for […]
We are very excited to start the new project Geo-Blog!Geo-Blog is a platform serving as an opportunity for young geoscientists and students to share and publish their ideas, experiences and projects. Find other people with shared interests to discuss current topics and get valuable inputs from fellow young scientists. Every specialization is welcome to be […]