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T-fence: A solution for controlling coastal erosion
Vietnam Golden Kite Award 2017: “T-fence” won the best documentary film (CPV) “T-fence: A solution for controlling coastal erosion” by Director Phung Ngoc Tu (from the National Documentary and Scientific Film Studio of Vietnam) won the best documentary film in Vietnam Golden Kite Award 2017 held at the Ho Chi Minh city Military Theater.

Vietnam Golden Kite Award 2017: “T-fence” won the best documentary film (CPV) “T-fence: A solution for controlling coastal erosion” by Director Phung Ngoc Tu (from the National Documentary and Scientific Film Studio of Vietnam) won the best documentary film in Vietnam Golden Kite Award 2017 held at the Ho Chi Minh city Military Theater. It tells a story about the impact of climate change and the ecological havoc created by giant dams, deforestation and over-exploitation of natural resources in the Mekong Delta. These factors have contributed to more extreme weather, droughts, heavier rains, floods, coastal erosion, dramatic decline of mangrove forests and much hotter temperatures than ever before. A video captured on Youtube While the local citizens’ livelihoods have been threatened, the Vietnamese Government and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) implement the Integrated Coastal Management Program (ICMP), financed by the Australian and German Governments, aiming to supporting the Mekong Delta to improve its climate resilience. One of the most effective low-cost solutions is T-fence that were applied in the provinces of Soc Trang, Bac Lieu and Ca Mau. Made of natural materials like bamboo or melaleuca, T-fence could help to reduce wave strength and encourage sedimentation so that the mangrove forest would be rehabilitated and regenerated. Besides, the piloting of T-fence by ICMP in many coastal sites in the Mekong Delta witnessed its great advantages such as flexibility, easy maintenance and cost-saving effects. Also known as one of the annual the prestigious film award of the Vietnam Cinema Association, the Awards honors the country’s best motion pictures, television dramas and documentaries from the previous year./.

A video captured on Youtube

While the local citizens’ livelihoods have been threatened, the Vietnamese Government and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) implement the Integrated Coastal Management Program (ICMP), financed by the Australian and German Governments, aiming to supporting the Mekong Delta to improve its climate resilience.

One of the most effective low-cost solutions is T-fence that were applied in the provinces of Soc Trang, Bac Lieu and Ca Mau. Made of natural materials like bamboo or melaleuca, T-fence could help to reduce wave strength and encourage sedimentation so that the mangrove forest would be rehabilitated and regenerated.

Besides, the piloting of T-fence by ICMP in many coastal sites in the Mekong Delta witnessed its great advantages such as flexibility, easy maintenance and cost-saving effects.

Also known as one of the annual the prestigious film award of the Vietnam Cinema Association, the Awards honors the country’s best motion pictures, television dramas and documentaries from the previous year./.

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Khánh thành hai công trình quan trọng kè Hiệp Thạnh, thị xã Duyên Hải và kè Cồn Nhàn, huyện Duyên Hải Tỉnh Trà Vinh - Viện Kỹ thuật Biển là đơn vị thiết kế
Hướng tới chào mừng Đại hội đại biểu Đảng bộ tỉnh Trà Vinh lần thứ XI, nhiệm kỳ 2020-2025, sáng ngày 06/10, tại ấp Chợ, xã Hiệp Thạnh, thị xã Duyên Hải, Sở Nông nghiệp và Phát triển nông thôn phối hợp với UBND thị xã Duyên Hải và huyện Duyên Hải tổ chức lễ khánh thành hai công trình: Kè Hiệp Thạnh (thị xã Duyên Hải) và kè Cồn Nhàn (xã Đông Hải, huyện Duyên Hải).
Ứng dụng sáng chế vào công trình bảo vệ bờ phòng chống xói lở
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