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Final Report: Jakarta Climate Adaptation Tools (JCAT) This final report (Delta Alliance report number 8) provides an overview of the different activities, methods, and tools carried out in the JCAT project. This project has contributed to knowledge and capacity building in three main ways: through education, workshops and joint research with stakeholders, and scientific research (KfC HSINT02a project).
P.J. Ward, E.C. van Ierland, Y. Budiyono, P. Wijayanti, S. Muis, M.A. Marfai, Poerbandono, M.M. Julian, A. Fauzi, Monday 10 November 2014
Jakarta Climate Adaptation Tools final workshop On 21st August 2014, the JCAT consortium held its final workshop in Jakarta. The title and main theme of the workshop was Jakarta Climate Adaptation Tools: The Pathway to City Resiliency. The workshop was jointly organised by JCAT, the Jakarta Research Council (Dewan Riset Daerah DKI Jakarta; DRD) and the Indonesia International Institute for Urban Resilience and Infrastructure (i3URI). Several other partners and key institutions also supported the workshop, including the Delta Alliance Indonesia Wing.
Delta Alliance Secretary, Wednesday 1 October 2014
How the world’s largest deltas are learning to learn from each other Deltas in Times of Climate Change II Conference session: Risk Assessment. Delta Alliance presentations were given during this Delta in Practise session (DP 1.3) on Thursday 25th.
Delta Alliance Secretary, Thursday 25 September 2014
Kenia and Taiwan join Delta Alliance In 2009 the Delta Alliance was set up: an international knowledge-driven network for enhancing safety and sustainability in the delta regions of the world. Now that Kenya and Taiwan have joined the network, fourteen deltas over the whole world are members. Together they are acquiring the know-how needed to further develop their deltas and thus deal with the threats that are specific to delta regions.
Delta Alliance Secretary, Thursday 25 September 2014
Conference Deltas in Times of Climate Change II Sept 24-26, 2014 Starting on Sept 24: As more knowledge is gained, climate adaptation strategies have been developed and measures taken. Yet a great deal remains to be done. How can risk analysis be improved? Which measures are most effective? How should they be best financed and implemented? Which stakeholders should be involved? These topics and many more will be discussed in a lively setting during the conference in 2014, Deltas in Times of Climate Change II. Delta Alliance is contributing to this conference
Deltas in Times of Climate Change II, Wednesday 24 September 2014
Comparative assessment of the vulnerability and resilience of deltas - Extended version with 14 deltas Synthesis report - Delta Alliance report number 7 (2014). Tom Bucx (Deltares), Wim van Driel (Alterra-Wageningen UR), Hans de Boer (TU-Delft), Susan Graas (UNESCO-IHE), Victor Langenberg (Deltares), Marcel Marchand (Deltares), Cees van de Guchte (Deltares).
Delta Alliance Secretary, Sunday 31 August 2014
Comparative assessment of the vulnerability and resilience of deltas - Extended version with 14 deltas Work document - Tom Bucx (Deltares), Wim van Driel (Alterra-Wageningen UR), Hans de Boer (TU-Delft), Susan Graas (UNESCO-IHE), Victor Langenberg (Deltares), Marcel Marchand (Deltares), Cees van de Guchte (Deltares).
Delta Alliance Secretary, Sunday 31 August 2014
Final report on the Delta Alliance Young Professionals Award activity This reports describes all the activities undertaken by Delta Alliance in a chronological order within the framework the Delta Alliance Young Professionals Award. It also reports on the successful follow-up activities of the Award Winning teams, which have substantially increased the chance to bring the Award winning solutions into practice.
Delta Alliance Secretary, Monday 30 June 2014
Final programme online! Deltas in Times of Climate Change II, 24-26 September 2014 It is an exciting programme with three days of plenaries and more than 100 parallel sessions. Sessions that are interesting for scientists, practitioners and politicians working on climate change adaptation. During the conference there will be plenty of time to meet with interesting people from around the world and extend your network.
Deltas in Times of Climate Change II, Rotterdam, Wednesday 18 June 2014
Ecological impacts of land reclamation on large river delta wetlands in China: field trips to the Netherlands A Chinese delegation had been visiting Dutch institutions and field working for one week in May 2014, as part of the project: 'Ecological impacts of land reclamation on large river delta wetlands in China: Mechanisms and ecological restoration"
Delta Alliance Secretary, Tuesday 17 June 2014
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