Geoinformatics research is being presented in the CHIESA project seminar in the Taita Hills, Kenya on October the 7th, 2015.
CHIESA (Climate Change Impacts on Ecosystem Services and Food Security in Eastern Africa) is an international research and development project aiming at increasing knowledge on the impacts of climate change on ecosystem services in mountainous areas in Eastern Africa. The project is funded by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland, and coordinated by the International Center of Insect Physiology and Ecology (icipe) in Nairobi.
The seminar is hosted by the Taita Research Station, University of Helsinki. Opening remarks are given by the Governor of the Taita Taveta County, H.E. John Mruttu and Prof. Juha Karhu from the University of Helsinki. See the seminar program at the Taita Research Station website.