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ELEVENTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CLIMATE CHANGE: IMPACTS AND RESPONSESELEVENTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CLIMATE CHANGE: IMPACTS AND RESPONSES

Within the framework of REACT(*) project, Dr. Tran Dinh Lam has participated the Eleventh International Conference on Climate Change: Impacts and Response at Pryzbyla Center, Catholic University of America (CUA), Washington D.C, US from April 16 to 17. This conference is an annual event organized by Common Ground Research Networks, US.

 

SEMINAR: CLIMATE CHANGE, WATER CHANGE AND ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION IN THE MEKONG DELTASEMINAR: CLIMATE CHANGE, WATER CHANGE AND ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION IN THE MEKONG DELTA

On January 19, 2018, Center for Vietnamese and Southeast Asian Studies held a seminar on “Climate Change, Water Change and Environmental Degradation in the Mekong Delta” which is presented by Prof. Dr. Le Anh Tuan - Deputy Director of Research Institute for climate change, Can Tho University in the series of REACT Project’s Seminar.

SEMINAR ON SOLAR ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGESEMINAR ON SOLAR ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE

On September 14, 2017, the Center for Vietnamese and Southeast Asian Studies (CVSEAS) ran a seminar on “Solar Energy and Climate Change” presented by Prof. Michiko Yoshii from the Okinawa University (Japan). The event witnessed the presence of Dr. Tran Dinh Lam – CVSEAS’s Director, representatives of different Departments of Natural Resources and Environment (DNRE): Mrs. Nguyen Thi Kim Oanh – Deputy Head of the Office of Water, Mineral Resources and Hydrometeorology, Binh Duong’s DNRE, Mr. Dinh Viet Cuong from Dong Thap’s DNRE, Mrs. Chau Truc Phuong from HCMC’s DNRE, Mrs. Tran Hong Lan from Office of Climate Change, HCMC’s DNRE, together with lecturers and students from the Faculty of Urban Studies, HCMC University of Social Sciences and Humanities. 

VIETNAM PROPOSED TO ENSURE WATER SECURITY IN LEADERSHIP MEETINGS AIPAVIETNAM PROPOSED TO ENSURE WATER SECURITY IN LEADERSHIP MEETINGS AIPA Vietnam has proposed additional strengthening cooperation in the Association of Southeast  Asian Nations (ASEAN) to ensure water security for the benefit of citizens and sustainable development in the region on the message AIPA and was unanimously adopted countries.
EUROPE'S MEAT AND DAIRY FARMING VULNERABLE AS CLIMATE CHANGE WORSENS WATER SCARCITY - STUDY EUROPE'S MEAT AND DAIRY FARMING VULNERABLE AS CLIMATE CHANGE WORSENS WATER SCARCITY - STUDY

ROME, April 26 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Water scarcity half a world away caused by climate change could push up prices for meat and diary products in Europe by disrupting supplies of soybean, which is widely used as feed for livestock, researchers said Wednesday.

SECRETARY NGUYEN THIEN NHAN: HO CHI MINH CITY BEING AFFECTED BY CLIMATE CHANGESECRETARY NGUYEN THIEN NHAN: HO CHI MINH CITY BEING AFFECTED BY CLIMATE CHANGE

As one of the 10 cities expected to be hit the hardest by climate change, HCMC will work out specific solutions and policies and use more resources to effectively cope with climate change.

 
BEN TRE PROVINCE SHORT OF COCONUTBEN TRE PROVINCE SHORT OF COCONUT

With vast gardens of green coconut trees, Ben Tre Province in the Mekong Delta is considered the capital of coconuts in Vietnam. Yet, this year, the province is short of the fruit.

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