These papers are open access and free for you to view:
Biggs EM, Gupta N, Saikia SD, Duncan JMA, 2018. The tea landscape of Assam: Multi-stakeholder insights into sustainable livelihoods under a changing climate. Environmental Science and Policy 82 9-18
Biggs EM, Gupta N, Saikia SD, Duncan JMA, 2018. Tea production characteristics of tea growers (plantations and smallholdings) and livelihood dimensions of tea workers in Assam, India. Data in Brief (in press online)
Duncan JMA, Saikia SD, Gupta N, Biggs EM, 2016. Observing climate impacts on tea yield in Assam. Applied Geography 77 64-71
Global tea production
- TeamUp India
Niladri was invited to attend this meeting to exhange ideas of future sustainability of the tea industry in Assam
Ellie was invited to visit Unilever at Colworth Science Park to talk about our research and exchange of ideas for sustainability in the tea industry for the corporation
- Ethical Tea Partnership #TeamUp2015
Ellie co-delivered a break-out session on climate change with Dr Selena Ahmed from Montana State University on Towards Climate-Smart Tea Systems.
- World Water Congress
We presented the initial outcomes of our research at the World Water Congress meeting in Edinburgh, 24-29 May 2015. Our full poster can be viewed here (active content) or as a booklet.
- American Geophysical Union
We presented our research at the annual AGU conference in San Francisco. Niladri led on the climate analysis research and Ellie led on the social analysis research.
Poster overview of the project
The tea plantation landscapes of Assam
Data collection summary
Introduction of web-based climate advisory tool to key stakeholders: TeaCAT Workshop Report
Joint workshop held at Tufts University, Boston with Dr Selena Ahmed’s research group who are researching climate impacts on tea quality in China.