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GAIA Masters Student Paper Award 2017

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Submission date: November 4, 2016

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Winner 2016: Rory A. Walshe

We are pleased to introduce the winner of the GAIA Masters Student Paper Award 2016: Rory A. Walshe receives the award for his entry Ayni, Ayllu, Yanantin and Chanincha: The Cultural Values Enabling Adaptation to Climate Change in Peruvian Andean Communities.
Rory A. Walshe was born 1989 in Oxford, UK. He received his Bachelor's degree in Disaster Management from Coventry University and his Master's degree in Climate Change and International Development from University of East Anglia. He is currently a PhD student in the Department of Geography at University College London.

Lukas Paul Fesenfeld, Hertie School of Governance Berlin:
"Long-term Governance: A Comparative Case Study of Urban Food Strategies and Sustainable Food Procurement Regulations"
Melanie Böhme, Bente Riewerts, Leuphana Universität Lüneburg:
"Agricultural Supply with Recycled Phosphates in Terms of Sustainability - a Transdisciplinary Scenario Analysis for the Administrative District of Lüneburg"
Philip Bernert, Tamara Schaal, Lena Kühl, Angelika Haaser, Leuphana Universität Lüneburg: "Establishing Real-life Laboratories: A Transdisciplinary Approach"




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