Cambodia Mekong Delta Digital Atlas (CAM-MeDiA) Donor: World Bank | Duration: 2020 | Location: Cambodia About: ICEM is enhancing the planning [...]
Identifying Green Infrastructure and Nature-based Solutions For More Resilient Rural Communities Donor: Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) | Duration: 2019 | Location: Asia-Pacific Region [...]
Building Climate Change Resilience in Asia's Critical Infrastructure Donor/Partner: Asian Development Bank (ADB) | Duration: 2017-2020 | Location: South Asia and Southeast [...]
Enhanced Use of Disaster Risk Information for Decision Making in Southeast Asia - Myanmar Component Donor/Partner: Asian Development Bank (ADB) | Duration: 2017-2018 [...]
Held in Bangkok on 24-27 May 2016, the ‘SEA process, tools and lessons from the lower Mekong region energy sector’ workshop was organized by PACT Thailand as part of its Lower Mekong Initiative (LMI) Environment and Water Pillar Training Program (PTP). The workshop had two objectives:
Land Suitability for Biochar Application and Hotspots with High Biochar Production and Application Potential in the GMSICEM Environmental Management2020-01-10T15:22:13+07:00
ICEM developed this land suitability for biochar application map for the Biochar Assessment and Soil Mapping Study. Download the high-resolution version. [...]
ICEM developed this comprehensive map of soil types in the Greater Mekong Subregion for the Biochar Assessment and Soil Mapping Study. Download the [...]
Natural systems are the essential foundation for Mekong town development and rehabilitation. The Resource Kit for Building Resilience and Sustainability in Mekong Towns is a seven-volume kit that promotes the maintenance and use of natural systems as a key strategy for building sustainability and resilience in urban areas. Prepared for the Asian Development Bank by ICEM as part of the award-winning TA 8186, the resource kit is built on the experience and expertise of a wide variety of professionals from the Mekong region and abroad.
In 2012, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) contracted the consortium of ICEM–International Centre for Environment Management (ICEM) and Economic Consulting Associates (ECA) to undertake [...]
About: Biochar provides an innovative solution for GMS gender-responsive and climate-friendly agriculture. Biochar is the carbon rich product produced when biomass such as such as wood, manure or leaves, is heated with little or no available oxygen. It is added to soils to improve soil functions and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from biomass. Using biomass to produce biochar can release much less smoke that open burning by conventional practices that would otherwise naturally degrade to greenhouse gases.
> View and download the Natural Systems and Climate Change Resilience in the Lower Mekong Basin report This report draws from the past decade of climate change [...]
The purpose of the Wetlands Climate Change Impact and Vulnerability Assessment was to anticipate climate change impact and vulnerability of wetlands in the Mekong Basin, [...]
About: Rapid urbanization is taking place in South East Asia, with cities in the region expanding five times faster than those in member countries of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Urban growth in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) in the next 50-100 years is expected to be primarily experienced in small and medium-sized cities and peri-urban areas along existing and new growth corridors. Many of these areas are highly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.
The Mekong Delta is affected by upstream development – often in ways not fully understood and with uncertain impacts on natural, social and economic systems which sustain life and well being for millions of people in Vietnam. With expanding plans for major developments on the mainstream and its tributaries, those impacts are likely to become much more serious. Vietnam and its riparian neighbours do not have adequate scientific understanding for informed decision making on Mekong mainstream hydropower projects, especially on their downstream effects.
About: The Mekong River Basin faces a grave threat from climate change. Communities and governments must work together to develop and promulgate adaptation strategies that preserve the lives and livelihoods of some 60 million people. ICEM is working with DAI and SEA START as part of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Mekong Adaptation and Resilience to Climate Change (ARCC) project to generate new data, new approaches and to spur adaptive change in the Mekong River Basin.
Review Status of SEA in the Greater Mekong Subregion Donor / Partner: Asian Development Bank (ADB) / GMS Environment Operations Center | Duration: 2006 [...]
Mekong Challenge Program on water and Food (CPWF) Potential for Increasing the Role of Renewables in the Mekong Power Supply (MK 14) Donor / Partner: [...]
Wetlands Climate Change Threat and Vulnerability Assessment Donor / Partner: Mekong River Commission | Duration: 2010-2012 | Location: Lao PDR, Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam About: The purpose [...]
O Mon IV Power Plant Rapid Climate Change Threat and Vulnerability Assessment Donor / Partner: The Asian Development Bank (ADB) | Duration : 2010 [...]
Mekong Delta Central Connectivity Project: Rapid Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptation AssessmentNga2020-01-10T15:22:40+07:00
Mekong Delta Central Connectivity Project: Rapid Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptation Assessment Donor / Partner: Asian Development Bank (ADB) | Duration: 2011 - 2012 [...]
Climate Change Adaptation Initiative (CCAI) Donor / Partner: Mekong River Commission - Environment Program (MRCS-EP) | Duration: 2008- 2009 | Location: Lao PDR, Vietnam, [...]
Ensuring Sustainability of the Greater Mekong Subregion Regional Power Development Donor/Partner: Asian Development Bank | Duration: 2012-2013 | Location: Mekong region; Cambodia, [...]
About: This significant study is the first of its kind for the Mekong River and will provide the foundation for understanding fish migration dynamics to inform realistic and sustainable design of fish passes for proposed hydropower dams. The objective of the project is to assess the hydro?geomorphologic requirements of fish migrations using the Khone Falls as a natural laboratory.
Protected Areas and Development in the Lower Mekong Donor: USAID | Duration: 2001-2003 | Location: Mekong Region - Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Lao PDR [...]