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Tess Beyer

Tess Beyer is an Australian Volunteer for International Development, funded by the Australian Government, working as a communications officer with the World Agroforestry Centre Philippines. As well as developing a variety of communications materials for the Philippine program, she supports regional projects through writing, video editing and design. Tess holds a Bachelor of Development Studies from the University of Newcastle, Australia.

Five capitals, Philippines, children, horticulture

Strengthen the ‘five capitals’ to adapt to climate change

Strengthening the capital assets of households minimises their vulnerability to climate variability and extremes, according to a recent study in the Philippines, says Tessa Beyer   Dr Rodel Lasco and colleagues, who measured the vulnerabilities of three, upland,...

Female farmers might increase greenhouse gases

Decisions by women can lead to more changes in land use because of their willingness to accept offers from outsiders. To avoid deforestation, the value of natural ecosystems needs to be instilled   By Tess Beyer   Indonesia...

The almost-forgotten Philippine peatlands and their global role

Despite the recognized importance of peatlands by the global scientific community, the Philippines is still in the early stages of identifying, measuring and understanding peatlands. Dr Rodel D. Lasco of the World Agroforestry Centre and colleagues investigated their...

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