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  1. IP5 – JACS ACC Urban/Peri-Urban and Highland/Lowland Syndrome Context K.I. 4 - Overview of Master and Bachelor Studies Environmental Risk, Development and Urbanisation

  2. Key Issue Adressed:The interaction between urbanisation and natural resource management. Research examines how actors in rural and urban areas use and/or manage natural resources, and how this results in transformation of space and influences sustainable regional development. Main Research Questions (for Phase I: 2001-2005): What are the social practices that (rural and urban) actors implement with regard to natural resource management? How do these social practices relate to public policies and sustainable regional development initiatives? What are the effects of urban-rural interactions on natural resource management? What is the potential of discussion platforms for reaching consensus among the stakeholders concerning sustainable regional development priorities?

  3. Master‘s Thesis: Completed: Riverbank vegetation in the farm landscape. Martijn Snoep/University of Wageningen, The Netherlands The road to Margaritaville: expansion of agave cultivation and power dynamics in Southern Jalisco, Mexico. Sara Bowen/University of Wisconsin, USA In progress: Urban and rural actors´ perceptions of environmental degradation in the Ayuquila watershed. Astrid Fritschi/University of Zürich, Switzerland/IP6 Land-use and transnational migration in western Mexico. Brigitte Portner, Univerisity of Bern, Switserland/IP1 Urban growth in the municipality of Autlán: environmental risks and potentials. Claudia Patricia Rámirez Jiménez/University of Guadalajara Urbanisation and economic dynamics in the municipality of El Grullo. Martín Campos/University of Guadalajara

  4. Bachelor‘s thesis: Completed: Institutions, inter-institutional coordination and sustainability. Liliana Castañeda/University of Guadalajara The role of negotiation platforms in sustainable regional development. Daniela Thueler/University of Bern, Switzerland/IP1 In progress: Impact of urbanisation on the natural resource management strategies of farmers. Humberto Bustos/University of Guadalajara Urbanisation and river vegetation. Tomas Rodríguez/University of Guadalajara Globalisation, urbanisation and agave farmer strategies. Ana Livier Duran/University of Guadalajara

  5. Overview of Master´s and Bachelor´s Thesis:

  6. Transformation of social practices in the rural context Prevailing social scientific approach Urbanisation & Globalisation Actors, resource management, local responses Institutions, policies andplatforms Transfor- mation of social practices in the urban context Transfor- mation of space in the rural context Ecology, management & river vegetation Land use change anddriving forces Globalisation & Urbanisation Transformation of space in the urban context Prevailing natural scientific approach Integration of different studies:

  7. Relation with Fields of Attention of Project:

  8. Knowledge of NCCR North South and IP5 approach:

  9. Relation with PAMS:

  10. Final comments: • Integrating M.Sc.- and B.Sc.-students has proven to be a useful mechanism both for training and generation of results on the medium term for the project • Counting with local students permits “regional empowerment”/regional capacity building • “Quality” of the work depends of various factors. • Scholarships should be extended to 18 months in case of the B.Sc.-students ¡GRACIAS!