Innovation of information and communication technology (ICT) has played a big role in development globally, including in Indonesia. Nowadays, people can easily use their mobile phones to access numerous applications that are available on the internet. Over the past years, the utilization of ICT development has explored the capacity to use community-based generated data for planning and decision-making processes in various sectors such as mobility, disaster, public facilities, socio-economic matters, etc.
Meet our ACCCRN Champion this month, Ky Quang Vinh, Member of the Scientific and Technological Union of Can Tho City has been actively involved in building resilience in his hometown, Can Tho City. He has worked as Director of the Environmental Monitoring Center and Director of the Climate Change Coordination office in Can Tho. His office has been supporting a number projects of ACCCRN.
The World Bank report estimated around 140 million across Asia and Africa, with 40 million in South Asia will be displaced and become climate migrants due to the adverse impacts of climate change. Of them, around 10 million or more are likely to end up in Dhaka. How could Bangladesh cope up with these upcoming challenges?
According to DMR Statistics, Minecraft has over than 100 million registered users, with more than 50% of these being active users each month. Have you ever tried to use this game to re-design a public space?
Sarah Allen completed her MA in Global Governance at the University of Waterloo and is currently working towards her PhD in Geography at York University. She shares with ACCCRN her views on good environmental governance in Vietnam, while examining the relationship between urbanization and urban water security in the cities of the Mekong Delta in Vietnam.