In my research, I am analyzing different pathways to enhance food security while simultaneously preserving biodiversity. With Tanzania as a case study, I am exploring how biodiversity would be impacted by an increase in crop production and how such an increase would impact the agricultural markets. In order to model scenarios of possible future land use changes in which biodiversity and crop production are considered differently, I am collecting data with experts’ questionnaires and interviews. This data will then be used in a model to simulate impacts on the Tanzanian economy.
|2023-2024||University of Basel doctoral mobility award to University of Cambridge. United Kingdom.|
|Since 2021||Ph.D. Student in Environmental Sciences. Research Group: Land-Use Change. University of Basel. Switzerland.|
|2018-2019||Consultant for the Natural Resource Management Project. German Corporation for International Cooperation (GIZ). Tanzania.|
|2014-2017||Master of Science (Msc) in Integrated Natural Resource Management. Majors: (1) Biodiversity and Nature Conservation and (2) Methodology and Modeling of Sustainability. Humboldt University of Berlin. Germany.|
|2009-2012||Bachelor of Science (Bsc) in Agricultural Science. Major: Animal Science. Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. Sweden.|