Case Studies

Forest
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The Great Trossachs Forest

This 200 year partnership project will transform the Great Trossachs Forest landscape from exploited, heavily grazed land and plantation forestry to a more natural mix of resilient habitats, helping wildlife adapt to climate change. 

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Floodplain Fencing Specification

Fencing on a floodplain carries risk of damage, repair costs and total loss of fence lines as a result of flood events. These issues can be minimised through enhanced specification. The fencing of...
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Rencana Adaptasi Perubahan Iklim

Konteks Adaptasi Desa Gondang merupakan wilayah dengan luas sebesar 29,20 Km2. Kondisi alam di desa ini masih didominasi oleh tanah kering dan hanya sebagian kecil saja yang menjadi areal persawahan...
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Student-led clean water initiative builds resiliency among floating villages

August 2013: Mr Duoc’s family is 1 of 23 families living in a floating village on the Red River near Hanoi. The village is difficult to access with limited electricity and a lack of basic services. A...
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Fishermen
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Participatory Social Return on Investment (PSROI): Greater Mekong Basin Climate Change Adaptation Planning and Costing Project

The Participatory Social Return on Investment (PSROI) framework assists in the identification of priorities and the analysis of the value of adaptation actions that build community resilience from stakeholders’ perspectives.

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Mekong Delta
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Communicating water-related climate change risks to improve local adaptation in the Mekong delta

The main objective of this project was to understand how different stakeholders in Thailand perceived different types, levels and sources of water-related climate change risks and uncertainties.

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River delta
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Communicating water-related climate change risks to improve local adaptation in the Mekong delta

In the past, the annual floods in Cambodia after the monsoonal rains were viewed as predictable in timing and non-destructive in nature, bringing benefits such as sediment for crops and increased fish catches. More recently, the annual floods are more destructive, damaging rice farms livestock and infrastructure as well as resulting in disease outbreaks.

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Fish trade
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Trans-boundary Fish Trade in the Lower Mekong Basin

The SUMERNET collaborative research among Cambodia, Lao PDR, and Thailand investigated the fish trade along one of three major transboundary routes in the region—between Stung Treng, Cambodia; Champassak, Lao PDR; and, Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand.

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Fish trade
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Trans-boundary Fish Trade in the Lower Mekong Basin

The SUMERNET collaborative research among Cambodia, Lao PDR, and Thailand investigated the fish trade along one of three major transboundary routes in the region.

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Lower Mekong Basin
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Trans-boundary Fish Trade in the Lower Mekong Basin

The SUMERNET collaborative research among Cambodia, Lao PDR, and Thailand investigated the fish trade along one of three major transboundary routes in the region.

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Tropical forest
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Evaluation of Pilot Program on Payment for Forest Environmental Services in Vietnam

The pilot project on “Payments for Forest Environmental Services” (PFES) showed promise as a mechanism for forest management and poverty reduction in Lam Dong and Son La provinces in Vietnam.

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