September 14, 2012 Accra
The United Nations University Institute for Natural Resources in Africa (UNU-INRA) is creating a new Registry of Researchers as a component of its operational modalities. The main goal of the registry is to identify researchers with outstanding professional experience in the area of natural resources management who are willing to collaborate and undertake research activities with UNU-INRA.
In view of the above, UNU-INRA is in the process of updating information in its database and receiving new applications. Interested researchers are requested to submit their recent CV, including area of specialization and contact information, at their earliest convenience to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Please note: Interested persons should have a minimum of a PhD degree in agricultural science, economics, agricultural economics, natural resource economics, environmental/ecological economics, social science, environmental science, international relations, law or related discipline.