25-28 JULY, 2017 | 9AM – 5PMFacebook Twitter LinkedIn Mail Organiser(s): RMIT, Manchester Metropolitan University, HAW Hamburg RMIT 124 La Trobe St. Melbourne The Symposium at RMIT University is designed to foster and facilitate the exchange of information, ideas and experiences acquired in the execution of research projects. RMIT’s Swanston Academic […]
MEDIA ADVISORY Carbon emissions from 2015 fires in Southeast Asia greatest since 1997: New study 28 June 2016 – A new study of the forest and peatland fires that burned across maritime Southeast Asia in 2015 has found that the carbon emissions were the largest since 1997, when an even […]
New CGIAR brief highlights cassava’s transformation from a humble to a prized, climate-resilient crop in AsiaCLICK TO TWEET 25 June, 2015 by Georgina Smith (comments) Seeds of change In Southeast Asia, cassava is grown by over eight million farmers as a primary source of income and calories, especially among poor, rural […]
The full story upon which this narrative is base was published by BBC on 23rd May 2014 covering the latest development of the political situations in Thailand referenced at the end of this post. The Thai Army has long-held back its involvement in the political upheavals in Thailand […]
I would first like to say that I am sorry that I have not being so committed updating the blog with updates and events at the field since the 5th field trip. A lot has occurred and changed over the last few months and I will try to […]
January 22, 2014 The following pictures were taken during our 3rd field trip to the village were the plots are located. I will try to include brief captions of each picture. But the pictures should be self-explanatory.One of the main purposes of this visit was to select a […]
This brief post summarized our second field visit at Pilot Site A located at the Ban Ekxang village on January 15, 2014. The field experimental trials have been scaled up to pilot test soil and water treatments to two typographical landscapes located within the same village with diverse […]
These are photos of some of the areas I visited with my boss and his family during the first week of arrival. More to follow when I have time to visit. Enjoy! I will update this section of my post iteratively.