Nazmus sadath Prof. Dr. Nazmus Sadath
Adress:Office 213
Chair of Forest and Nature Conservation Policy
Büsgenweg 3
37077 Göttingen
Telefon:+49-551-39 33413

Guest Researcher at the Department of Forest and Nature Conservation Policy and Forest History, Georg- August University Goettingen,10/2015 - 12/2015

Research Interest:

  • Forest and Environment Policy communication
  • Natural Resource Management
  • Forest-Climate policy

Academic Curriculum Vitae

  • Dissertation “ Media as a Driver of Policy Change: The Example of Forest-Climate Policy in Bangladesh”. Defense planned for December 2012
  • M.Sc. in Forest and Nature Conservation policy, Wageningen University and Research Centre , THE Netherlands (2005)
  • M. S. in Forestry (Major in forest management), Khulna University. BANGLADESH (2002)
  • B.Sc. in Forestry , Khulna University. BANGLADESH (2000)


  • DAAD PhD Scholarship of German Government for PhD program in Forestry Faculty of Georg-August University Göttingen, Germany (April 2008 –September 2012)
  • Teaching Assistantship Grant from GGG, Georg August University Göttingen (summer semester 2011)
  • NFP-AP Fellowship of the Netherlands Government for Research M. Sc. program in Wageningen University and Research Centre, the Netherlands (August 2003 to April 2005
  • Merit Scholarship for outstanding result in Higher Secondary Certificate Examination-Sponsored by the board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Bangladesh (September 1995- August 1999)

Publications List

  • Sadath, M. N., Rahman, S., Rahman, M., (2012). Forest in crisis: 2 decades of media discourse analysis of Bangladesh print media. International Journal of AgriScience,[ forth coming]
  • Sadath, M. N., Krott, M., Schusser, C. (2013). Forest - climate politics in Bangladesh’s media discourse in comparison to global media discourse. Open Journal of Forestry, Vol 3 (1). [Accepted for publication on 25th september 2012]
  • Sadath, M. N., & Krott, M. (2012). Identifying policy change- Analytical program analysis: An example of two decades of forest policy in Bangladesh. Forest Policy and Economics, Vol 25, 93-99
  • Sadath, M. N. (2012). Is Forest a problem solver of climate change? Communicating Science in the national print media discourse of Bangladesh and Germany compared to International media. In Cutting Edge Science & Technologies towards Food, Environment and Health - Focus: Civil Society. Jodhpur, India: Agrobios (International)” [Accepted after peer review for publication on 5th November 2012 (book chapter
  • Sadath, M. N., Kleinschmit, D., Giessen, L. (2012). Framing the Tiger a Biodiversity concern: First empirical observations of different framings in national and international media reporting. Forest Policy and Economics. [ forth coming]
  • Sadath, M. N., & Krott, M. (2012). Print media discourse as driver of forest policy change in Bangladesh. Journal of Sustainable Development, [forth coming ]
  • M. N. Sadath, R Rahman, A. Rahman, “ Study on Attitude Difference among the Indigenous Groups and Settlers on Forest and Forest Conservation in Bangladeshi Hill Tracts”, Biophysical and Socio-economic Frame Conditions for the Sustainable Management of Natural Resources, Tropentag 2009, October 6 - 8, Hamburg, Germany ( conference paper)
  • M. Kamruzzaman, M. A. Rahman, A.S. Mollick, andSadath, M. N., “Soil in Relation to Mortality of Sissoo (Dalbergia sissoo Roxb.)”, Journal of Timber Development Association of India. Vol53. No. 3&4: July 2008 pp 50-60
  • MM Rahman,Sadath, M. N., M. Kamruzzaman and M Saifuzzaman. “Phytochemical and pharmacological investigation of Exoecaria agallocha Linn (Gewa) Latex: A study on its medicinal significance”, South Asian Journal of Agriculture, Vol2. No.(1&2): December, 2007 pp 75-78
    • Sadath, M. N., AKF Hoque and M Kamruzzaman. “Study on the development of seed storage technique for Sonneratia apetala”, South Asian Journal of Agriculture, Vol2.No.(1&2): December , 2007 pp 79-84
    • Sadath, M. N.;Rahman, S; Kamruzzaman, and Ali, M. “Value Change Along The Timber Marketing Channel In Bangladesh”, Business Review, V5, No 1, 2005 pp 39-47
    • Matin M. A., Islam M.S. &Sadath, M. N.“Habitat, Regeneration and Harvesting of Goran (Ceriops decandra) in the Sundarbans Mangrove Forest ”, Proceedings of National Seminar on The Sundarbans, the Largest mangrove Forest on Earth: A World Heritage Site.2003 Pp161 (reviewed proceedings)