38 resource(s) found
February, 2018
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Internal migration is a defining megatrend of our time: it brings with it the potential for vast economic growth and sustainable development, but until governments have the information they need to engage in evidence-based policymaking, the positive transformational potential of internal...
January, 2018
Author: Phong Tran, Stephen Tyler
In recent years, the water level of Hau (Bassac) River has changed and higher floods have been occurring. Many parts of Ninh Kieu district of Can Tho city are flooded annually. In 5 years from 2010-2015, flooding has occurred more frequently in many areas of the district. At the same time, there...
August, 2017
Author: Saon Ray, Meenu Tiwari, Amrita Goldar, Indro Ray, Sahana Roy Chowdhury, Zeba Aziz, Vidhya Unnikrishnan
Adaptation to climate risks is an emerging concern in Indian cities. The evidence generated so far suggests that business as usual is not an option for urban economic resilience in the context of a changing climate.
September, 2016
Author: TERI
This policy brief is based on the learning that emerged from TERI's two-year-long program on 'State Level Policy Engagement for Mainstreaming Urban Climate Resilience' in Goa and Uttarakhand, with support from the Rockefeller Foundation under its Asian Cities Climate Change Resilient...
September, 2016
Author: TERI
This policy brief is based on the learning that emerged from The Energy and Resources Institute's (TERI) two-year long program on 'State-level policy engagement for mainstreaming urban climate resilience' in Goa and Uttarakhand, with support from the Rockefeller Foundation under its...
September, 2016
Author: TERI
TERI undertook a research program for drawing up road maps for an urban resilience policy for two states in India—Goa and Uttarakhand. The program was initiated in 2014, with support from the Rockefeller Foundation, with an intention to build a positive interest and dialogue on the subject...
February, 2016
Author: ISET–International, Climate Change Coordination Office of Da Nang city (CCCO Da Nang) and Center Vietnam Institute of Water Resources (CVIWR)
Da Nang is the socio-economic center of the central region of Vietnam and plays a critical role in regional and national development. However, the city is facing huge pressures related to water resources owing to socio-economic development, population growth, water use in upstream area and...
February, 2016
Author: ISET–International, Climate Change Coordination Office of Da Nang city (CCCO Da Nang) and Center Vietnam Institute of Water Resources (CVIWR)
Da Nang is the socio-economic center of the central region of Vietnam and plays a critical role in regional and national development. However, the city is facing huge pressures related to water resources owing to socio-economic development, population growth, water use in upstream area and...
February, 2016
Author: ISET–International, Climate Change Coordination Office of Da Nang city (CCCO Da Nang) and Center Vietnam Institute of Water Resources (CVIWR)
Da Nang is the socio-economic center of the central region of Vietnam and plays a critical role in regional and national development. However, the city is facing huge pressures related to water resources owing to socio-economic development, population growth, water use in upstream area and...
January, 2016
Author: Phong Tran, Stephen Tyler, Nguyễn Ngọc Huy, Sở La Sen, Lê Hồng Y
The two water supply agencies in Can Tho City, Vietnam have contradictory interests when it comes to providing clean water to peri-urban residents. This impedes the provision of high quality treated water and makes water supply more costly. Despite the surplus capacity in the treated water...