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Student case study   rockefeller acccrn
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Student case study   rockefeller acccrn
Student case study   rockefeller acccrn
Student case study   rockefeller acccrn
Student case study   rockefeller acccrn
Student case study   rockefeller acccrn
Student case study   rockefeller acccrn
Student case study   rockefeller acccrn
Student case study   rockefeller acccrn
Student case study   rockefeller acccrn
Student case study   rockefeller acccrn
Student case study   rockefeller acccrn
Student case study   rockefeller acccrn
Student case study   rockefeller acccrn
Student case study   rockefeller acccrn
Student case study   rockefeller acccrn
Student case study   rockefeller acccrn
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  • 1. CASE STUDY PRESENTATIONASIAN CITIES CLIMATE CHANGE RESILIENCE NETWORK MAYA CARTER, REX (HUNGHSI) CHAO, ANA KATHARINA DRECHSLER UESM 634A SPRING 2013 ACCCRN City Projects Catalog, August 2012
  • 2. “Since it may be too late to stop the globalwarming that’s already occurred, we must figure out how to survive it.” Judith Rodin President, The Rockefeller FoundationASIAN CITIES CLIMATE CHANGE RESILIENCENETWORK (ACCCRN), FUNDED BY THEROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION IS A NETWORK OFTEN CORE CITIES IN INDIA, INDONESIA,THAILAND, AND VIETNAM ACCCRN PRIMARY AIMS IMPROVE CAPACITY OF CITIES NETWORK FOR KNOWLEDGE, LEARNING AND ENGAGEMENT EXPANSION, DEEPENING EXPERIENCE AND ACCCRN City Projects Catalog, August 2012
  • 3. OBJECTIVES• DEVELOP URBANCLIMATE CHANGERESILIENCE(UCCR)STRATEGIES• BUILD GLOBALACTION ON CLIMATECHANGE RESILIENCE• EXPAND THENETWORK BYSHARING ACCCRNMETHODS,PRACTICES AND
  • 4. TIMELINE 1. CITY SCOPING AND SELECTION 2. CITY LEVEL ENGAGEMENT AND CAPACITY BUILDING 3. IMPLEMENTATION OF URBAN RESILIENCE STRATEGIES 4. REPLICATION METHODOLOGY CITY LEVEL: BUILD LOCAL KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS AND RESILIENCE STRATEGIES REGIONAL AND GLOBALACCCRN City Projects Catalog, August 2012 LEVEL: CONTRIBUTE TO
  • 5. URBAN CLIMATE CHANGE RESILIENCE (UCCR) ACTION AREAS ACCCRN City Projects Catalog, August 2012
  • 6. CITY PROJECTS RESPOND TO A RANGE OF CURRENT OR FUTURE URBAN CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS ACCCRN City Projects Catalog, August 2012
  • 7. STRENGTHENING VECTOR-BORNE DISEASE SURVEILLANCE AND RESPONSE SYSTEMS INDORE, INDIAACCCRN City Projects Catalog, August 2012
  • 8. INDORE, INDIA I VULNERABILITY N D O R BUNDLE E DISEASE , I DRAINAGE N INADEQUATE WATER D I A SUPPLY POOR INFRASTRUCTURE INCREASED STORMS COPING STRATEGY IMPLEMENT AN INTEGRATED CITY-WIDE DISEASE SURVEILLANCE AND RESPONSE SYSTEM
  • 9. INDORE, INDIA EXPECTED IMPACT ENHANCE PREVENTATIVE ACTION & CITY RESILIENCE POSITIVE EFFECT FOR 1/3 POPULATION REDUCE DISEASE REDUCE STRESS ON MEDICAL SERVICES GLOBAL SIGNIFICANCE DATA COLLECTION & PROCESS WILL PROVIDE MODEL FOR VARIETY OF SCALES SYSTEM WILL BE APPLICABLE TO OTHER ACCCRN City Projects Catalog, August 2012
  • 10. GROUNDWATER CONSERVATION: BIOPO BANDAR LAMPUNG, INDON ACCCRN City Projects Catalog, August 2012
  • 11. ANDAR LAMPUNG, INDONESIA VULNERABILITY BUNDLE FLOODS DRAINAGE POOR INFRASTRUCTURE INADEQUATE WATER SUPPLY COPING STRATEGY IMPLEMENT ARTIFICIAL GROUNDWATER RECHARGE METHOD THROUGH BIOPORE INFILTRATION ACCCRN City Projects Catalog, August 2012
  • 12. ANDAR LAMPUNG, INDONESIA EXPECTED IMPACT BENEFITS TO ECOSYSTEM AND 300, 000 PEOPLE IN TARGET AREA IMPROVED WATER QUALITY REDUCED FLOODING EDUCATION ENHANCE RESILIENCE GLOBAL SIGNIFICANCE PROJECT COULD BE IMPLEMENTED ON A VARIETY OF SCALES & IN A VARIETY OF CLIMATES ACCCRN City Projects Catalog, August 2012
  • 13. CLIMATE CHANGE RESILIENCE COORDINATION OFFICESCAN THO, DA NANG, & QUY NHON CITY, VIETNAM ACCCRN City Projects Catalog, August 2012
  • 14. CAN THO, DA NANG, & QUY NHON CITY, VIETNAM VULNERABILITY BUNDLE IN MIGRATION FLOODING WEAK INFRASTRUCTURES INADEQUATE WATER SUPPLY MARGINALIZED POPULATION POLICY COPING STRATEGY CHASM CREATE CITY CLIMATE CHANGE COORDINATION OFFICESENABLE CCCO’S TO WORK ACROSS SCALES ACCCRN City Projects Catalog, August 2012
  • 15. CAN THO, DA NANG, & QUY NHON CITY,VIETNAM EXPECTED IMPACT BUILD ADAPTIVE CAPACITY SPECIALIZATION & TRAINING IMPROVE COORDINATION ON MULTIPLE SCALES DEDICATED ENGAGEMENT W/MARGINAL SOCIAL GROUPS GLOBAL SIGNIFICANCE PLACES: WORLDWIDE STRATEGIES: ADGER, ANGUELOUSKI, LA21 PROJECTS: PARIS, NYC, MELBOURNE ACCCRN City Projects Catalog, August 2012
  • 16. URBAN MANGROVE RESTORATION FORSTORM SURGE PROTECTION & RESILIENT LAND USE PRACTICE QUY NHON CITY, VIETNAMACCCRN City Projects Catalog, August 2012
  • 17. QUY NHON CITY, VIETNAM VULNERABILITY BUNDLE TIDAL SURGE FLOODING TYPHOONS DEPLETED ECOSYSTEM AT RISK POPULATION POLICY CHASM COPING STRATEGY REEXAMINE MASTER PLAN TO MEET LOCAL NEEDS PROPOSE SOFT INFRASTRUCTURE AT
  • 18. QUY NHON CITY, VIETNAM EXPECTED IMPACT RESTORE 150 HECTARES OF FOREST PROTECT 3 KM OF SHORELINE & 14,000 HSEHOLDS ALONG THE COAST DEVELOP VIABLE ALTERNATIVE LIVELIHOODS GLOBAL SIGNIFICANCE MODIFY MASTER PLAN PLACES: RIO, SRI LANKA, PHILIPPINES STRATEGIES: ADGER, ANGUELOUSKI, LA21 ACCCRN City Projects Catalog, August 2012
  • 19. Q&A THANK YOU

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