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MSc student wins RGS dissertation prize

Posted on 04/11/2011


Lloyd Blum, a recent graduate of the MSc Practicing Sustainable Development (PSD), has won the Masters thesis prize of the Rural Geography Research Group of the Royal Geographical Society for 2011.

Lloyd's dissertation research examined "Agroforestry adoption patterns among smallholders of Kakamega Forest, Western Province, Kenya", using a range of ethnographic and participatory methods.

A website of images from Lloyd's fieldwork can be found here.

Lloyd completed the MSc PSD at Royal Holloway in 2010 and is now engaged in research for the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) and World Trade Organisation (WTO).


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