Tess Chapman is currently studying her Masters on Paleoceanography following an undergraduate degree in Geology and a Certificate of Science Communication.
Tess recently travelled to the Solomon Islands as a part of a research expedition to acquire coral samples for her Masters. Her and a team of researchers ventured to the northern parts of the Solomon’s, where they drilled for coral cores and mapped the surrounding islands via drone technology.
She is currently writing her thesis on the data extracted from the coral cores as well as being the sole proprietor of a Compass Adjusting business.
January 19th, 2020 | 41 mins 8 secs
climate change, iara lee, independent film, independent media, national geographic, pacific, pacific islands, patrick rose, seasters, solomons, sustainability, wantoks
Tess speaks to independent filmmaker and chronicler of social change and activism Iara Lee.
October 27th, 2019 | 49 mins 25 secs
adaptation, climate change, pacific, resilience, sdg, solomon islands, solomons, south pacific, sustainability, un, undp
New Climactic host Tess interviews photographer Patrick Rose about his last 18 months with the UN Development Program in the Solomon Islands.