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April, 2017
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Deadline of Submitting EOI: 26-Apr-2017 11:59PM (Manila local time)Consultant Type: FirmConsultant Source: InternationalPackage Name or Expertise: Pilot and Project Development ActivitiesEngagement Period: 40 MonthsConsulting Services Budget: USD 5,500,000Publication Date: 12-Apr-2017Duration of...
April, 2017
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 How do cities manage challenges in their urban infrastructure? Policy, human resources, building, and adequate drainage, all support sustainable urban development and planningSpeakersDwityo A. Soeranto: Director of Infrastructure Integration Settlement, Directorate of Human Settlement,...
March, 2017
events
March 27, 2017
ABOUT ICAADE 2017ICAADE 2017 will unite academics, practitioners, professionals and policymakers in the exchange of knowledge on amphibious flood mitigation strategies, inviting collaboration among researchers, business, institutions, and governments around the world. Flood mitigation and climate...
March, 2017
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 Between February and early March, we were sifting through the many impressive submissions for the 2017 ACCCRN Photo Essay Competition. As you may recall, we encouraged ACCCRN members, practitioners, and photographers who are based in Asia, and who are interested in photography, to...
March, 2017
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ACCCRN relies on a broad range of contributors with expertise on diverse subjects. Each month, we have a certain theme related to the concept of urban climate change resilience or its practical application. You can share materials, including articles, blog posts, resources, videos, podcast, and...
March, 2017
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After two weeks of deliberation by our esteemed judges, we’re delighted to announce the shortlist of photo essays in contention for the People’s Choice winner!The 2017 ACCCRN Photo Essay Competition is seeking great pictures on urban climate change resilience issues from...
March, 2017
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Rights activists at a consultation in the Barisal called for developing an action plan for Children-Centered Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) for the government and actors towards building community resilience.The speakers emphasized the collaboration between the government and non...
March, 2017
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Asia is the most vulnerable to climate change. Climate change and climatic variability have impacted all sectors; human health, food production, infrastructure, water and ecosystems. Bangladesh with a population of nearly 150 million is one of the densely populated countries of the world (BBS,...
March, 2017
events
April 21, 2017
Urbanising centres and their peri-urban peripheries are located in a range of different ecosystems. These include rural, forest and coastal landscapes. Whereas they provide critical services sustaining urban systems, when neglected, eroded or otherwise mismanaged, they can pose risks like floods,...
March, 2017
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Watersheds are essential to the overall health of any ecosystem. The way we develop and respond to the needs of local water systems affects the quality of our drinking water, recreation opportunities, and wildlife habitat. In the face of changing climate threats and improving technology, the time...