Flood controls in Southeast Asia

Flood controls in Southeast Asia This white paper documents research conducted to assess the impact of climate change in Southeast Asia, especially in regards to differing consequences for rural and urban areas and in relation to flood control and ecosystem vulnerability. The report outlines various technologies and water management systems used by government agencies to tackle local flood control challenges, including both natural methods and new technologies. These cases highlight the fact that each scenario requires a systematic way of thinking that addresses the different stakeholders, considers the local context and history, and takes into account the possible future fallout from climate change.

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