The new year began with some good news - we received the Singaporean Ministry of Education Tier 2 grant on 'The role of community participation in Indonesia's peatland restoration project'. The project combines social and ecological sciences to evaluate the role of community-based management for Indonesia's ~2 million ha peatland restoration project.
We hope to understand current practices of peatland management and how they vary across communities, as well as evaluate how communities participate in restoration projects.
As a result, we are now looking out for 2 postdocs and 1 research assistant to join on team and investigate this issue during the later half of this year. Positions include:
Research Fellow (Community-based Restoration Ecology in Tropical Peatlands):
Research Fellow (Community-based Management in Tropical Peatlands):
Research Assistant (Community-based Tropical Peatland Restoration)