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GUIDELINES FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF URBAN ECOSYSTEM-BASED ADAPTATION MEASURES IN QUANG BINH

As part of the IKI project “Support to Viet Nam for the Implementation of Paris Agreement” (VN-SIPA), the pilot measures on Ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA) implemented in Dong Hoi City, Quang Binh province are coming to an end. Three pilot models of Green Walls and Green Roofs, Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems and Water retention areas are aiming to support Dong Hoi City in flood risk management, energy efficiency and urban biodiversity enhancement.

Click the links below to learn more about the particular processes and benefits of each measure:

(i) Green Walls and Green Roofs:

(ii) Water Retention:

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IKI Interface Vietnam
GIZ Office Vietnam
Project “Support to Vietnam for the Implementation of the Paris Agreement II” (VN-SIPA II)

Editor: Tran Xuan Quynh

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