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Chad Boda



Chad S. Boda is an interdisciplinary geographer with a focus in research and teaching on issues of environmental conservation and sustainable development. His current project work is a collaboration between Sweden, Zimbabwe, Uganda and Ghana studying the emergence, development and outcomes of farmer-based rural social movements for sustainable agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa. His teaching portfolio is broad and interdisciplinary. He is also the coordinator for the Lund University branch of the Right Livelihood College network.


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Chad S. Boda is a researcher and teacher at LUCSUS. He holds a Ph.D in Sustainability Science from Lund University, as well as a master's in environmental studies from Lund University, and a bachelor's in geography and urban and regional planning from Florida State University. 

Man holding a basket in Ghana. Photo: David Greenwood-Haigh från Pixabay

Mobilizing farmer organisations for sustainable agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa

Collaborative research on how to overcome political barriers to sustainable and inclusive agricultural development in sub-Saharan African