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THE VIETNAMESE GERMAN UNIVERSITY Urban Developing Planning Instructor: Franco Frescura Students: Nguyen Dinh Khoa Nguyen Ngoc Anh Do Thanh Tam Vo My Y
District 1 District 2 * District 7 - Cau Ong Lanh Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City. District 5 - Along West East Highway & Tau Hu Channel.
* II. Present - The current situation Criteria Still keep the height, the no. of store Red tiled roof Wooden floor structure, doors, wins. Color, materials of the walls French colony decoration
Green and Clean Singapore Lecturer: Dr. Gulelat Kebede Students: Nguyen Ngoc Anh Nguyen Thanh XuanHo Chi Minh City, July 8, 2011 Do Thanh Tam
Outline Background Green Singapore Plan The Achievements Drivers How did they Indicators succeed ? Actors What and How Water Green Building Conclusions
Vietnamese - German UniversityDA NANG - THE ENVIRONMENTAL CITY Instructor: Dr. Gulelat Kebede Students: Nguyễn Thùy Linh Phan Thanh Bình Nguyễn Tấn Hưng
3. “BUILDING DA NANG – AN ENVIRONMENTAL CITY”• The 3 phases of the program: (Source: http://www.greenbiz2009.com ) 13
The Vietnamese - German University Urban Development Planning GREEN ECONOMYCASE STUDY: FREIBURG IM BREISGAU, GERMANY Advisor: Gulelat Kebede Students: Nguyễn Đan Quỳnh Phùng Anh Kiệt Võ Mỹ Y
3. Process and Achievements CO2 Emission Instruments – Processes Actors Result• Targeted information: “Freiburg‟s • In 1980, 100% increase in people using public CO2 Diet” tool to calculate climate • Municipal council transport. balance. • Households • Companies • 42% of city’s surrounding area under nature or• An interactive website to compare • Power suppliers countryside protection, where building is no longer their values with those of others, • University permitted. receiving CO2 “diet” suggestions in • Media. return.• Public awareness campaigns: “CO2 LIBRI Freiburg„s citizens”• 1991, a low-cost flat-rate monthly "Environment ticket" for the region- wide bus service.
VIETNAMESE GERMAN UNIVERSITY SLUM UPGRADING Case study of Ros Reay, Phnom Penh, Cambodia Advisor: Prof. Kosta Masthey Group of student: Nguyen thuy Linh Nguyen tan Hung Nguyen dinh Khoa HCMc, Dec 16th, 2010
NATURE CONDITIONS Next to the city’s largest natural drain, Boeung Kak Lake; PhnomOVERVIEW Penh, Cambodia; Nature condition Social condition The first example of community-planned and constructed upgrading inOBJECTIVES Phnom Penh.ACTIVITIES Seventy-two houses.FINANCERESULTSASSESSMENTREFERENCES
Vietnamese German University WATER RESOURCES IN VIETNAM Ho Chi Minh City, October 04, 2011 Advisor: Prof. Dr. Marion Martienssen Students: Nguyen Ngoc Anh Nguyen Thuy Linh Do Thanh Tam
SURFACE WATER – OVERVIEW River run-off per Region (bill.m³/year) Source: National Water Sector profile, 2002Average annual surface water: 830 bill.m3 per year; More than 60% outside the country; Only 309 bill.m³ per year within Vietnam; Source:www.ask.com/wiki/Regions_of_Vietnam Page 21 ▌Natural water resoures in Vietnam
Vietnamese - German University VIETNAMBIODIVERSITY CONVENTION – RAMSAR CONVENTION - BONN CONVENTION Advisor: Prof. Dr. Eike Albrecht Students: Nguyễn Thùy Linh
PROJECT FUNDING - PROMOTIONTAY SON-BINH DINH DEVELOPMENT PROJECT CONTENT1. Location2. SWOT analysis3. Potential value4. SuggestionsAdvisor : Prof. Cor DijkgraafStudent : Vo My Y Source: e-library Violet
4. SUGGESTIONS PRINCIPLE Parallel preservation of culture and development economy VISION A visited - studied and invested city
Urban Heritage Conservation Case study: Van Phuc Village – Ha NoiLecturer: Prof. Cornelis DijkgraafStudent: Thanh Binh
-Valuable buildings with traditional -Low awareness of local people about characteristics. environment protection -Special handicraft village. -Low management capacities of local authority -Very skillful artisans and workers. -Expand silk market by the voices of -The cheat come from competition and raise of international organizations. goods demands. -Have a better living environment-Protect and conserve traditional values.
Advisor: Prof. Marion Martienssen Students: Vo My Y Phung Anh Kiet Nguyen Dinh Khoa
3.4. CENTRALIZED -TREATMENT Treatment plant Example: Five villages in Nhat Tan hamlet - Hanam province • Inauguration on juny 31, 2011 • 330 m3/diurnal
Vietnamese Folk Culture through Dong Ho woodcut paintings Lecturer: Prof. Franco Frescura Students: Nguyen T. Thanh Xuan Nguyen Tan Hung Mai Binh Phan Thanh Binh
Size & spatial arrangement•4 core sizes (Width x Length): 26x37 37x52 50x77 79x109• Not inclusive of wooden/ bamboo frame• Spatial arrangement: Centric Symmetric
Vietnamese German UniversityUrban Indicators for managing cities - In Case study of Ho Chi Minh city Instructor: Dr. Dirk Heinrichs Students: Nguyễn Thùy Linh Võ Mỹ Y Phùng Anh Kiệt Phan Thanh Bình Nguyễn Đình Khoa
JUDGMENT INDICATORS INDICATORS VALIDITY RELIABILITY REPRESENTATIVENESS TOTAL SCORE1. Delivery of annual plan 3 4 3 102. Voter participation rates, by sex 2 1 1 43. Independence from higher Gov 5 5 5 154. Elected and nominated councils 4 5 3 125. Representation of minorities 2 3 1 66. Planning applications refused 4 3 4 117. Consumer satisfaction 5 4 5 148. Perception as place to live 4 4 5 139. Access to information 5 4 5 1410. Reported crimes 4 3 3 1011. Contact with the public 1 1 2 412. Decentralized district units 1 1 1 3 34
Subject: Environmental Laws Ramsar sites in Vietnam Presented by Nguyen Dinh Khoa o Ba Be - 02/02/11 - Bac Kan - 10,048ha. o Bau Sau - 04/08/05 - Dong Nai - 13,759ha. o Xuan Thuy - 20/09/88 - Nam Dinh - 12,000ha35
THE VIETNAMESE GERMAN UNIVERSITY URBAN DEVELOPMENT PLANNINGTHE RANKING OF GLOBAL IMMIGRANT CITIES Lisa Benton-Short, Marie D. Price & Samantha Friedman Instructor: Huang Luixin Students: Vo My Y Nguyen Thi Thanh Xuan Nguyen Dinh Khoa Nguyen Dan Quynh
Vietnamese German University Ho Chi Minh City, June 3, 2011 Vietnam Profile Lecturer: Prof. Rod Burgess
Overview – Geographical backgroundGeneral info. Map & Location Area : 331.051 km2 Population (2009) : 86.024.600 Density : 260 pp/km2 Location : Southeast Asia N 16 ° 10 - E 107 ° 50 Borders: China, Laos, Cambodia, South East Sea Climate: tropical monsoon.Dry season: Dec - AprHigh humidity: Average 84%Annual rainfall: 120-300 cm p.ann, 90% in summerPage 39 ▌ 2011 Vietnam Profile By Vietnamese German University’ students
Economic - ODA Mobilization over 1993 - 2009Distribution of ODA by Sectors & Areas ODA by periods 23% 34% 15% 13% UNIT: Million USD 15% Commitment Agricultural & Rural Development Transportation Signed Waster supply & drainage, Urban development Disbursement Energy Health, Education, Enviroment Source: Ministry of planning & ODA loans and grants over the periods Period Commitment Investment Agreement Signed Disbursement 100 1993-1995 6,131 4,858.07 1,875 1996-2000 11,546.5 9,008.00 6,142 50 2001-2005 14,889.2 11,237.76 7,887 2006-2009 23,849.8 17,282.97 10,319 0 1993 - 2000 2001 - 2005 2006 - 2009ODA commitment, signed agreement and disbursement –Comparison among different periods Unit: Million USD Loans GrantsPage 40 ▌ 2011 Vietnam Profile By Vietnamese German University’ students
Economic - Energy Infrastructure (1/3) 1990 – 2008: Electricity production Vietnam Electricity Production andincrease 88%, average annual consumptiongrowth rate of 4.9% pa 80 1990 - 2008 Million Mw/h 1990 – 2008: Electricity 73.04consumption increase 70 68.990.6%, average annual growth rate 60of 5.0%pa 53.46 80% households are supplied 50 47.59electricity 40 30 26.56 22.9 20 8.681 14.6411.46 10 6.476 0 1990 1995 2000 2005 2008 Electricity Production Electricity Consumption Source: World BankPage 41 ▌ 2011 Vietnam Profile By Vietnamese German University’ students
1.2 Water supply• Ability: 3.2 million m3/day. (2010)• Demand: 4.3 million m3/day (in 61% of the region) (2025)• Source : Underground water, surface water (Dong Nai River, Tri An & Dau Tieng lake)• Water supply treatment plants (7)• Water leakage 42% Water supply treatment.• Curb wells in semi-urban areas Underground .
FLOODS Thanh Tam-Hoang Anh-Anh Vu-Tan Hung-Le Ha
SASKIA SASSEN ‘It is not simply a matter of global coordination but one of the production of global control capacities’ (Sassen, 2001a: 349). The proximal links between business services in cities such as London, New York and Tokyo are constituted for global rather than local reasons