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.
Welcome the delegation of Virginia University, USA
On July 10, 2019, the delegation of Virginia University, USA visited and worked at the office of Research Institute for Climate Change - Can Tho Unive...
Vietnam: Kick-start of the WaterWorX project ‘Towards Climate Resilient Water Supply in the Southwestern Mekong Delta’
On the 23th of January 2019, partners signed the Partnership Agreement. In this WaterWorX project, Dutch water companies and Vietnamese partners - thr...
A meeting with Dr. Kimberley Thomas from Temple University
On 7 August 2018, a meeting between Dr. Nguyen Hieu Trung (DRAGON Institute) and Dr. Kimberley Thomas, Temple University, USA was held at the office o...
Welcome the U.S. Ambassador to Can Tho University - to DRAGON Institute
Research Institute for Climate Change was found in June, 2008 under initiative proposed by Vietnam and United State of America. As a premier institute...
A Meeting between DRAGON Institute and KEI
On 14 June 2018, a meeting between Research Institute for Climate Change – Can Tho University (DRAGON Institute) and Korea Environment Institute (KEI)...