June 2016
New TeaCAT tool reported in The Telegraph (India)
Climate tool for Assam gardens by Roopak Goswami

February 2016
Training workshop for TeaCAT run at TRA led by Jason Sadler from GeoData


December 2015
Ellie, Niladri and John attend annual AGU conference

November 2015
Project reported in The Telegraph (India)
Precipitation key to tea yield: study by Roopak Goswami

October 2015
Our project is reported in The Hindu online newspaper
Efforts on to make tea industry climate-smart

September 2015
Materials from our website used within State action plan
Assam state action plan on climate change (2015-2020)

September 2015
Outcomes of the ETP meeting in London
Teamup Pushing Boundaries 2015 annual report

Niladri presented the project progress at the DST-UKIERI Review Workshop held at New Delhi
New Delhi Workshop

Our project was highlighted by the TRA Chairman in his inaugural address of the AGM
Coverage was also reported in The Telegraph 

August 2015
MSc student Catherine gets a mention in Guardian article
Brewing up a storm: British-grown luxury tea brands go from strength to strength

July 2015
Our research is reported in University of Southampton New Boundaries magazine
Sustainable Tea

June 2015
Article in New Scientist which refers to our research
Climate change causing a headache for Assam tea growers in India by Sophie Cousins

Some story coverage on our research from Climate Central
Tomorrow’s climate: not your cup of tea by Brian Kahn

May 2015
Ellie gets a mention in Science Magazine
Climate change effects on tea quality in China by Christina Larson

Sukanya leads presentation of preliminary results of climate analysis at the World Water Congress in Edinburgh. The poster we presented can be viewed here.

March 2015
Dr Selena Ahmed will be visiting the University of Southampton in June to give a talk on her ongoing tea quality research in China. All welcome to attend; full details here.

Sept 2014
A nice write-up on the objectives of our project in The Telegraph (India)
Climate-smart tea gardens with UK help by Roopak Goswami

Sukanya’s blog post is reported on UK Tea & Infusions Association website