On April 22nd and 23rd, 2016, Can Tho University (CTU) coordinated with Ho Chi Minh City Peace and Development Foundation, Tri Viet Center for Social and Educational Studies organized a conference on Sustainable Uses of the Mekong Water Resources. It was attended by national and international experts, scholars and researchers from Norway, the US, France, China, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia; representatives of local and international social and non-governmental organizations, research institutes, universities and businesses in the country.
Conference on Sustainable Uses of the Mekong Water Resources has brought about a multidimensional, multi-perspective discussion on the issues of Hydropower on the Mekong and conflicting interests, environment and climate change in the Mekong River Basin, various growth and development scenarios for the Mekong River Basin: Implications for the livelihood of riparian communities and countries concerned.
Workshop on Valuing the benefits of Blue/Green Infrastructure for flood resilience, natural capital and urban development in Can Tho city, Viet Nam
On 19 June, 2020, Research Institute for Climate change (DRAGON-MEKONG Institute) collaborated with Hue University to hold the workshop on Valuing the...
Scientific workshop on Drought and salinity in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta in 2020
On 17 June, 2020, the workshop on Drought and salinity in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta in 2020 took place at the hall of Research Institute for Climate...
Map of saltwater intrusion in the Mekong Delta from 1/1/2020 to 4/20/2020
The Climate Change Research Institute (DRAGON-Mekong Institute) has built a map of saltwater intrusion in the Mekong Delta from 1/1/2020 to 4/20/2020....
Cooperating opportunities with the LIN Center for Community Development(LIN)
On March 25th, 2020, Research Institute for Climate change (DRAGON-MEKONG Institute) and Climate and Resilience Officer (CRO) had a online meeting wit...
Hydrological condition of the Mekong River on 23th March, 2020
This link below shows the hydrological condition of the Mekong River on 23th March, 2020. Data overview showing accumulative rainfall and water level...