Study on Water Pollution Control and Drainage & Wastewater Improvement in Hanoi City Donor: World Bank | Partner: Nippon Koei | Duration: 2019 | Location: [...]
Coastal Multi-Hazard Mapping, Vulnerability & Risk Assessments and Investment Framework for Coastal Interventions in VietnamICEM Environmental Management2020-01-10T15:22:00+07:00
Development of Coastal Multi-Hazard Mapping, Vulnerability & Risk Assessments and Investment Framework for Coastal Interventions Coastal Communities in Vietnam Donor: World Bank | [...]
Climate and Natural Disasters Resilience Project in Bac Kan Province Donor/Partner: AREP/AFD | Duration: 2018 | Location: Vietnam About: Bac Kan city [...]
These maps were produced as part of a three-year research program, MK3: Optimising Cascades or Systems of Reservoirs in Small Catchments. The project took place [...]
Optimising Cascades or Systems of Reservoirs in Small Catchments - Report Series MK3: Optimising Cascades aimed at identifying the potential for multiple use of [...]
Natural solutions to erosion control in Viet Nam – Case Studies from the Northern Mountainous RegionICEM Environmental Management2020-01-10T15:22:04+07:00
Natural Solutions to Erosion Control in Viet Nam - Case Studies from the Northern Mountainous Region The impact of natural events such as floods, [...]
Building Climate Change Resilience in Asia's Critical Infrastructure Donor/Partner: Asian Development Bank (ADB) | Duration: 2017-2020 | Location: South Asia and Southeast [...]
Strengthening Integrated Water Resource Planning and Management at River Basin Level Donor/Partner: Asian Development Bank (ADB) | Duration: 2017-2018 | Location: Thailand [...]
Climate Resilient Rural Infrastructure Demonstration Sites Northern Vietnam experiences some of the Greater Mekong Subregion’s most intense storms. With climate change, these storms may [...]
Community-based Disaster Risk Management (CBDRM) and Farmer Water Users Community (FWUC) Support Donor / Partner: ADB | Duration: 2015-2017 | Location: Cambodia About: [...]
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.
About: The Salween River lies at the cross roads of Asia linking South and Southeast Asia with Tibetan Plateau and providing a home and well-being to more than 13 distinct ethnic groups and 10 million people. As Myanmar develops, the relationship between the river’s stakeholders and the underlying biophysical system changes. New stakeholders are emerging with new values and needs and are placing new demands and pressures on the river and the health of the system. In this context, efforts to understand the health of river ecosystems and the values which different stakeholders ascribe to the goods and services derived from the river system will help set a benchmark of how development decisions at the national, provincial and local level will impact on different user groups.
About: Action to tackle climate change in Cambodia is crucial. Cambodia will be a hotspot for climate change in the region. Average maximum daily temperatures in the wet season are projected to increase from between 1.7 to 5.3°C. Average dry season temperatures will also increase with a range of between 1.5 to 3.5°C. Trends in precipitation are also expected to change over the coming decades. Seasonal variability in rainfall patterns will grow, resulting in wetter wet seasons and drier dry seasons.
About: The Mekong Basin with its complex monsoon climate is highly exposed to climate change. Average annual temperatures are expected to increase by 3-5°C by mid-century with average wet season precipitation increasing by 3-14% (USAID, 2013). For the floodplain areas of Cambodia and Viet Nam, increases in wet precipitation will be coupled with increased peak daily precipitation events and drier dry seasons, compounding water availability issues by making wet seasons wetter and dry seasons drier (USAID, 2013).
Optimizing the management of a cascade of reservoirs at the catchment level Donor / Partner: CGIAR | Duration: 2012-2013 | Location: Vietnam, Lao [...]
Strengthening Integrated Water and Flood Management Implementation Donor / Partner: Asian Development Bank | Duration: 2013-2015 | Location: Bankok, Thailand During the last [...]