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Yessi Agustina

Yessie Dewi Agustina is the World Agroforestry Centre’s LUWES Communications Officer, based in Bogor, Indonesia. She coordinates communications about the Land-use Planning for Low-emissions Development Strategies (LUWES) method, which is deployed in various projects, including Participatory Monitoring by Civil Society of Low-emissions Development Strategies (funded by the European Union) and Locally Appropriate Mitigation Actions in Indonesia (funded by the Danish International Development Agency).

From a desk to a Vietnamese agroforest: biography of a scientist

The guiding principle of Indonesian scientist Rachmat Mulia is to never stop learning and to try to help others. This has driven him along a professional path to become a researcher with the World Agroforestry Centre working in...

Computer models show agroforestry can repair watersheds

Watersheds sustain life but many have been degraded. Computer modelling has shown that agroforestry can help rescue them, says David Wilson with Regine Joy P. Evangelista, at the Philippine’s First International Agroforestry Congress   Watersheds not only supply...

dead trees, landscape

Where will trees grow in a new climate?

Researchers at the World Agroforestry Centre Philippines have created a model that suggests where threatened trees are likely to grow under a future climate, say Kristine Garcia, Rodel Lasco, Amor Ines, Bradfield Lyon and Florencia Pulhin    ...