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KH?O ST HI?N TR?NG V TI?M N?NG ?NG D?NG H?M ? BIOGAS ? M?T S? X THU?C T?NH TI?N GIANG

T?p ch Khoa h?c Tr??ng ??i h?c C?n Th? s? 28 (2013): 80-85 Tc gi?: ?o Mai Trc Qu?nh, Nguy?n V Chu Ngn, Jan B...

Factors Influencing the Adoption of small-scale biogas digesters in developing countries - Empirical

The use of small-scale biogas digesters among farmers and households in rural areas of developing co...

?NG D?NG M HNH KH SINH H?C HDPE C?I TI?N V?I NGUYN LI?U N?P R?M V L?C BNH S?N XU?T BIOGAS

1. Gi?i thi?u m hnh kh sinh h?c lo?i HDPE c?i ti?n Vi?c ?ng d?ng m hnh kh sinh h?c trong x? l ch?t th?i ch?...

Publicaions in 2016 - 2017

STT Tn bi bo Abstract -E Abstract -VN 1 Ngo Thi Thanh Truc, Tran...

Biogas production from corn (Zea mays) stalks: effects of size

Study on size effects of corn stalks for biogas production was evaluated for three differe...

  • KH?O ST HI?N TR?NG V TI?M N?NG ?NG D?NG H?M ? BIOGAS ? M?T S? X THU?C T?NH TI?N GIANG

  • Factors Influencing the Adoption of small-scale biogas digesters in developing countries - Empirical

  • ?NG D?NG M HNH KH SINH H?C HDPE C?I TI?N V?I NGUYN LI?U N?P R?M V L?C BNH S?N XU?T BIOGAS

  • Publicaions in 2016 - 2017

  • Biogas production from corn (Zea mays) stalks: effects of size

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poster hong - eng

In the context of fast urbanization, cities of Southern Vietnam face risks of climate change such as sea water encroachment, social breakdown (human behavior, stresses) and economic deprivation (resettlement), etc. City resilience is a key to help people living and working in cities - particularly the poor and vulnerable - survive and thrive no matter what stresses or shocks they encounter.


The workshop City resilience - Challenges for urban development in Southern Vietnam at Ho Chi Minh city in May 23rd 2015, organised by Ton Duc Thang University in collaboration with Vietnam Belgium Alumni and Belgium Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce, with the sponsorship of the Belgian Embassy in Hanoi. The workshop aims to focus on the issue of City resilience and Chaleenges, in the urban planning field, to clarify (i) what or how to integrate urban resilience in the urban planning process and (ii) how to face and deal with the risks of the cities in Southern Vietnam.


Attending this workshop, Dr. Nguyen Vo Chau Ngan - PostDoctoral from SubProM project - contribute the idea on apply paddy straw for biogas production at the sub-urban area which help reducing the farmers custom on insitu burning rice straw, increasing the opportunity on using renewable energy but less of using fossil energy. These suggested ideas were clearly study within SubProM project and already proven with the positive affects.