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Jannatul Ferdous

Jannatul Ferdous


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JANNATUL FERDOUS, a Masters student in Ecology and Population Genetics at the University of Oulu, Finland. Core principle of the programme is to undertake research training in the form of both laboratory and field excursions. Gained a broader knowledge on major environmental issues, also  developed a keen passion  for interdisciplinary approaches to solve the Environmental degradation challenges including environmental issues like biodiversity degradation, humans effects on the environment, including waters, land, air and living organisms. As an effective communicator, she has been associated with Tellus Innovation area, University of Oulu, coordinating a variety of activities as a volunteer. Previously graduated with Bachelor in Environmental Science and Resource Management from Mawlana Bhashani Science and Technology University, Bangladesh. Also, working as a freelance environmental columnist with the intention of raising awareness on majr environmental issues among the common people.

Currently, she is working at Yunus Centre, the largest social business company of Bangladesh as a summer intern, successfully participating in variety of activities. However, prior to enrolling in Masters Studies, she also worked as an intern under the program of Disaster Management and Climate Change (DMMC) at BRAC, Bangladesh back in 2016.


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Jannatul Ferdous added a comment to Intolerable impacts of Urban Heat IslandAug 7, 2017
Jannatul Ferdous started a new discussion Intolerable impacts of Urban Heat Island in General DiscussionJun 29, 2017
Jannatul Ferdous joined the Climate CoLab communityJun 28, 2017