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Angham Daiyoub, forestry engineer and doctoral researcher. Image: CREAF.
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Adriana Clivillé

Angham Daiyoub and how to bring together forest, armed conflict, environmental justice and ecofeminism

The key words in Syrian-born researcher Angham Daiyoub’s speech are environmental justice, forest, biodiversity, women, armed conflict and conservation. Not necessarily in this order, but they are all there. And that is why a careful look is needed when talking to her, to avoid stereotypes and recurring questions. She is a PhD student at CREAF with a doctoral thesis on

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Teresa Gimeno and the constant question

Prudence and discretion are adjectives that define researcher Teresa Gimeno as aptly as determination and firmness. Its proximity in forms facilitates a friendly conversation, always

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Sandra Nogué, a constantly expanding scientist

The main lesson she has learned after 12 years of promoting research, teaching and collaborating with international and multidisciplinary teams is that the protagonists of

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