MSc. Nguyen Thanh Loc has been working at Research Institute for Climate Change -Can Tho University, Vietnam. Loc holds his master’s degree in Environmental Management in Can Tho University. His recent research projects are related to climate resilience, GIS and spatial analysis,sustainable water management and climate impact assessment. Also, he has gained experience in working with extensive software application and data analysis.


  • 2016: MSc. in Natural Resources and Environmental Management, Can Tho University, Vietnam
  • 2014: BSc. in Environmental Engineering, Can Tho University, Vietnam

FIELD OF EXPERTISE: climate resilience, GIS and spatial analysis,sustainable water management and climate impact assessment

Professional Experience and Research Projects

2020 Junior Coordinator and main researcher (GIS and spatial analysis): Valuing the benefits of Blue/Green Infrastructure for flood resilience, natural capital and urban development in Viet Nam: Can Tho City case study. Collaborate between UK and Vietnam universities (Funded by NAFOSTED).
2020 Researcher (GIS sector and spatial analysis): Participatory and Actionable Land Use Management for Climate Adaptation (PALUMCA) (funded by CSIRO).
2020 Consulting to GCOM (data analysis): Can Tho Climate Action Planning Development.
2019-2020 Consulting Assistant to WaterWorX (water management and GIS): Quick-Scan Analysis on Water Supply in the Mekong Delta.
2017-2018 Project intern (community mapping and Training of Trainers -TOT) : Community Mapping for Can Tho, Vietnam. Collaborated with ICEM (funded by World Bank).
2015-2017 Researcher (water modeling and data analysis): Assessing Policy Measures on Addressing Urban Water Scarcity in Can Tho City in the Context of Climate Uncertainty and Urbanization”.

Language Skills: English (overall score of 6.5 (with no bands below 6.0) 

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