On July 10, 2019, the delegation of Virginia University, USA visited and worked at the office of Research Institute for Climate Change - Can Tho University (Dragon - Mekong Institute - CTU). Welcoming the delegation has the participation of officials and lecturers of Research Institute for Climate Change, College of Environment and Natural Resources, Biotechnology research and Development Institute, and Mekong Delta Development Research Institute.
The visit of the delegation aims to introduce the Mekong River water reserve data platform and the online tool Mekong Hydroshare for storing and sharing water data, providing analysis tools and free simulation which is contributed by the research community.The results of the meeting and working went well. The team of experts sent sincere thanks to the officials and lecturers who spent their time receiving the delegation, exchanged and set out some cooperation directions in the coming time.
Presenting at a Conference “Policy Dialogue on Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development in Response to Climate Change”
On 2th October, Assoc.Prof.Dr. Nguyen Hieu Trung - Director of DRAGON-Mekong Institute attended the Conference “Policy Dialogue on Environmental Prote...
Presenting at a Workshop on “Climate Change and Livelihood of the local community in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta”
On 02 October, 2020, in Ca Mau province, Assoc.Prof.Dr Le Anh Tuan had a presentation in the workshop on “Climate Change and Livelihood of the local c...
An online meeting with Jambeck research team of Georgia (UCA)
On 01 October, 2020, researchers and students of the DRAGON-Mekong Institute and College of the Environmental and Natural Resources led by Assoc.Prof....
DRAGON-Mekong Institute meets delegates of University of Information Technology, Viet Nam National University HCMC
On August 21st, 2020, at the Office of DRAGON-Mekong Institute (CTU), representatives of the Institute led by Assoc.Prof.Dr. Nguyen Hieu Trung, Direct...
Helping communities weather the winds of change
The global COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for communities globally to prepare for, and adapt to, natural shocks. The CSIRO and Can Tho Uni...