Patent Less swidden agriculture in Southeast Asia: effects on livelihoods and ecosystems – Agroforestry World
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Less swidden agriculture in Southeast Asia: effects on livelihoods and ecosystems

David Wilson

David Wilson

David Wilson is an environmental program manager with over seven years’ experience at a leading London authority delivering various food security, energy efficiency and most recently carbon management and reduction projects. In 2011, David worked as a volunteer developing a carbon forestry project hosted by marginalized agricultural communities in rural Nicaragua. In 2012, he relocated to the Philippines where he finished his master degree specializing in ecosystem restoration and community-based resource management at the University of the Philippines Los Baños. The research he is conducting with the World Agroforestry Center is investigating the effects of swidden agriculture on livelihoods and ecosystems.

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