Miss Angela Mae Minas

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Overview

Angela Mae Minas is a PhD Researcher at the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, based in the School of Mechanical, Aerospace & Civil Engineering.

Her research focuses on identifying communication and capacity building pathways to engage farmers in rice straw bioenergy development in Southeast Asia.

Angela has professional experience in knowledge management and communication, working on themes such as agriculture, climate change, and natural resource management. She has worked on a number of projects in Asia and Africa exploring social learning in agricultural innovation systems, women in fish farming in Tanzania, participation in community-based forest management in the Philippines, and climate change adaptation and mitigation in Indonesia.

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Keywords

  • Rice Straw, Social Innovation, Communication, Rural Development, Global Development, Climate Change, Bioenergy, Social Networks, Energy from agricultural waste, Renewable Energy, Farmer engagement, Agriculture, Extension, Science communication, Knowledge management, Project management