The context of the climate change

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  • In addition to surface water, groundwater is an essential source of water for agriculture, industry, and living in Ha Tinh province (central Vietnam). However, overexploitation and unreasonable use of groundwater has put this resource at risk of endangerment and pollution. In the coastal areas especially, the impact of climate change and the rise in sea-level has increased the risk of salt-water intrusion into groundwater.

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  • The Day river coastal zone is the place of plentiful and eventful economical activities and the natural habitat of diverse endemic species that should be preserved and developed. According to the updated geological, remote-sensing and oceanographic data sources, this study figures out the actual state, evolutional history and forecasts the development of the Day river coastal zone up to the year 2070, which could be used to improve the effectiveness of the long-term spatial coastal zone management and master planning.

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  • Effect of last irrigation scheduling and foliar spray of bio regulators on the productivity of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) in context to the changing on climate under south East Rajasthan, India.

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  • This study aimed to evaluate the adaptive capacity (AC) to saltwater intrusion (SI) in Dong Nai province up to 2030 via 20 indicators. The research scope included 57 wards in Bien Hoa city, Long Thanh, and Nhon Trach districts where have been facing the SI.

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  • Rice is the most important crop of Vietnam with a harvested area of 7,835 ha, production of 45.2 million tons of paddies, and export volume of 6,997 thousand tons of milled rice for an export value of USD 2,852 million in 2015. However, if purely considering its economic aspects, rice contributes only 5.45% of national GDP1 and rice farmer’s net income is only USD 419/ha compared to USD 1,128/ha earnings of Thailand farmers. Moreover, it is projected that up to 16.8% of the Red River Delta and 38.9% of the Mekong River Delta will be submerged after sea level rises by 100 cm.

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  • This work aimed to establish indicators used to assess vulnerability (V) due to inundation on the basis of considering the exposure (E), sensitivity (S) and adaptive capacity (AC) of a system. By literature review, data analysis, and expert methods, 33 indicators for assessing vulnerability due to inundation were established, including 4 E, 11 S (divided into 4 groups: society, economic, environment, and land use), and 18 AC indicators (divided into 4 groups: human, financial, infrastructure, and society).

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  • Currently, in the context of climate change, droughts, salinity intrusion, sea level rise etc. and through the reality, it can be seen that the structure of land use in Tra Vinh Province, Viet Nam has been impacted quite strongly. The salinity intrusion, flooding and drought have increased in recent years, requiring appropriately comprehensive and proactive solutions. First and foremost, it’s a solution to change the structure of land use in combination with the change of seed structure and crop production structure to ensure efficient and sustainable development.

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  • This research evaluates Vietnam’s preparedness for its offshore wind energy program using the SWOT analytical method. The research found out that Vietnam has a lot of strengths and opportunities that makes an investment in offshore wind energy an economically viable option in the context of climate change. Despite the country’s effort towards meeting the requirements for the licensing and contracting of the facility, there are still some important loopholes which could delay the process.

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  • Empowerment is the increase of individual and collective power of people and social groups in interpersonal relations and institutions, especially those submitted to relations of oppression and social domination(8). As such, empowerment will have the primary purpose of helping people and communities to become more independent, generating self-confidence and sense of governance. One can associate empowerment to health gains, as one recognizes that its absence is a risk factor for falling ill(9).

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  • With a population of over 90 million, Vietnam is one of the most populous countries in the world, and a great potential for the workforce. The paper analyzes the correlation of population rapid growth and a part of Vietnam territory may be reduced due to sea level rise, which could lead labor forces to migrate, possibly towards Russia, Europe - the region has a long history in receiving the Vietnamese migrants. Suggestions are also made for Vietnam to cope with global climate change.

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  • The automated vulnerability scanning tool is used to scan a group of hosts or a network for known vulnerable services (e.g., system allows anonymous File Transfer Protocol [FTP], sendmail relaying). However, it should be noted that some of the potential vulnerabilities identified by the automated scanning tool may not represent real vulnerabilities in the context of the system environment. For example, some of these scanning tools rate potential vulnerabilities without considering the site’s environment and requirements.

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  • This research aims to develop communication programs to raise public awareness of CC, a case study in Thuan An District. The context, object properties, information gaps, and communication demand, etc. have been surveyed and documented. Thereby, the CC communication programs were proposed, including: objectives, messages, media, and compatible communication activities, etc.

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  • Sustainability is a holistic concept in development studies, including urban studies, encompassing natural, technical and social aspects, and has been regarded as an ultimate goal for every nation to strive for as well as for every community to achieve in the context of global climate change, environmental crisis and social instability caused by various socio-economic factors.

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  • The term vulnerability has been used in a variety of contexts, including climate change impact assessment. This study aimed to set up and evaluate climate change vulnerability indicators (CCVI) of agricultural zones based on exposure, sensitivity, and adaptation capacity to climate change in Ho Chi Minh city. Data from consultations with 10 experts was collected and analysed by the analysis hierarchy process (AHP).

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  • In the context of global climate change, heat stress is becoming an increasingly important constraint on grapevine growth and berry quality. There is a need to breed new grape cultivars with heat tolerance and to design effective physiological defenses against heat stress.

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  • This study, only the change in yield is assessed rice due to the impact of changes in temperature and precipitation in the context of climate change in the LXQR). By using the CROPWAT model to calculate rice yields with temperature changes and rainfall over periods according to climate change scenarios, the results show that under the RCP4.5 scenario when heat If the degree and rainfall increase, the rice yield decreases by 25.4% on average; RCP8.5 rice yield decreased by 25.3% on average.

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  • The previous edition of Energy Technology Perspectives(ETP), published in summer 2008, called for an energy technology revolution to tackle the undesirable consequences of our current patterns of energy supply and use. It also highlighted that, if we did not alter course, concerns about energy security and the threat of dangerous climate change would only become much worse. So what – if any – progress have we made over the last two years in meeting these challenges? At first sight, it may seem as though not much has changed.

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  • The answer to this question is partly a matter of perspective. Current scientific evidence suggests that to mitigate the risk of dangerous climate change, global GHG emissions must be reduced by 60 to 80 percent by mid-century, 14 equivalent to many billions of tons of annual reductions. In this context, the contribution of the voluntary carbon offset market – even under the most optimistic demand scenarios – is likely to be small.

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  • On a national scale, or regional scale depending on the size of the country, the initial step should be to conduct a water resources assessment. In this context, a water resources assessment is an integrated activity, taking into account water pollution control as well as more general water resources issues. At this very early stage it may be difficult to determine whether a certain problem is purely one of water quality or whether it also relates to the availability of water resources.

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  • Viet Nam is one of the countries that are most severely affected by climate change. With the global impact of climate change, many issues about water resources in Viet Nam, which used to be a potential threat, have now become a reality.

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