University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Mirjam Ros-Tonen is associate professor at the Department of Social Geography, Planning & International Development Studies at the University of Amsterdam. She coordinates projects on integrated landscape approaches, inclusive value chain collaboration, knowledge co-creation, and the mining-farming interface, which she aims to combine into a holistic approach towards inclusive and integrated forest and landscape governance. The current geographical focus of her research is on Ghana, South Africa, Zambia, Burkina Faso and Indonesia, but PhD supervision has also included research in Cameroon, Kenya and Honduras. Mirjam holds a Master’s degree in Human Geography and a PhD in Policy Sciences, based on research on the timber industry in Brazilian Amazonia.