Fernanda Tubenchlak is a biologist and holds a master’s degree in Ecology from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). She has studied Environmental Sciences at the University of East Anglia (UK) for one year of through Science without Borders program, as part of her undergraduate degree. During her masters, she has focused in Forest Landscape Restoration and investigated the role of agroforestry in restoration processes in the Atlantic Forest. Fernanda has been working at the International Institute for Sustainability (IIS) since 2016 and has experience in interdisciplinary projects related to biodiversity conservation, forest restoration, agroecology, environmental education, and sustainable development.
On the Atlantic Forest trail: restoring landscapes and strengthening local production chains in the Central Fluminense Mosaic
Agroforestry Systems in the Atlantic Forest (SiAMA)
Guidelines for Forest Landscapes Restoration in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest and Amazon
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution: Local Perception in Forest Landscape Restoration Planning: A Case Study From the Brazilian Atlantic Forest
2020 in retrospective