On 12th July 2012, Directorate Board of Research Institute for Climate Change and the Dean of College of Environment and Natural Resources, Can Tho University honorably welcomed Mr. Jame Edward, Deputy Regional Executive-South Central Area, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).
During the meeting, a review has been made on jointly activities, collaborated projects between Research Institute for Climate Change – Can Tho University and U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). In addition, a potential Agreement of Collaboration focusing on implementation research activities on water quality and biodiversity of aquatic species under changing climate in the Mekong delta, Vietnam, has been proposed for future collaboration. The sides are also planning for enhancement of building capability for researchers and stakeholders in coping with climate change.
Training course on Enhancing capacity for management staffs of Tra Vinh province: Problems related to climate change in the coastal areas of the Mekong delta of Vietnam
The training course was held from 18th and 21th October 2012 participated by staffs from departments, agencies and units of Tra Vinh province....
Workshop on “Selecting options for climate change adaptations in agricultural production”
The workshop held on October 9th, 2012 in Soc Trang province with the participation of representatives of departments, agencies and units as well as e...
DRAGON Institute – Mekong, Can Tho University working with U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) delegate
At the meeting, DRAGON Institute - Mekong has introduced collaboration relationship between the institute and DRAGON network and U.S. Geological Surve...
Workshop on “Application of Integrated Urban Water Management A Solution for Sustainable Urban Development of Can Tho city” held at Can Tho University
The research program “Urban Sustainability: Adapting to Change” has been implemented from July 2012 to September 2012. Some key findings have been rep...
CLUES Project: Training course on economic, social and environmental assessments of new technologies
The course was organised to introduce to participants economic terms as producer surplus, consumer surplus, marginal analysis as well as knowledge on...