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U.S. Ambassador Marc E. Knapper and the delegation of the U.S. Mission to Vietnam to visit DRAGON-Mekong Institute
Meeting with U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry

On 25, November, 2021, the Research Institue for Climate Change (DRAGON-Mekong Institute) organized the international webinar “Climate change impacts and adaptation in the new context – the case study of the Vietnamese Mekong Delta”.

The webinar is in the framework of ODA-E2 and ODA-E12 Project - Can Tho University Improvement project- Envrionment field. The objective of the workshop was to discuss trends and cimpacts of climate change on the Vietnamese Mekong Delta as well as national and regional policies on natural resource management to increase delta's adaptation resilience to climate change.


Dr. Truong Chi Quang, College of the Environment and Natural Resources, Can Tho University presenting on  Digital modeling of land use changes


Msc Pham Huu Phat  with the presentation on Digital modeling of river network in a delta


Prof. Naoki Tojo (Hokkaido University,Japan) reporting on Exploration to the unseen axis: For future Mekong colleagues


Representative of ODA (Prof. Mitsuru OSAKI, Hokkaido University, Japan) with the presentation on Natural Capital based Society (NCbS) in Vietnamese Mekong Delta

Assoc.Prof. Nguyen Hieu Trung Vice Rector of Can Tho University - Director of the DRAGON-Mekong Institute reporting on  Exploring adaptation pathways for the Mekong Delta


Dr. Vo Quoc Thanh  presenting on Data-driven feasibility and decision making

 Dr. Nguyen Thanh Binh – Mekong Delta Development Research Institute, Can Tho University reporting on Measuring adaptive capacity in the "new context" - theory and application for the coastal Mekong delta

Plenary session

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