Groundwater Sustainability in Asian Cities (2013.09-2014.08)
The project titled “Enhancing the groundwater management capacity of Asian Cities through the development and application of groundwater sustainability index in the context of global change” is funded by Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN). The project aims to enhance understandings of policy makers and relevant stakeholders in the selected Asian Cities and develop their capacity to assess their situation of groundwater resources and management through customization and application of “groundwater sustainability index (GSI)”.
– Project Partners: Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) as the project Leader; Asian Institute of Technology and Management (AITM); Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES); and International Research Center for River Basin Environment (ICRE)
– Project Coverage: Nine Asian Cities are covered in the project: Bangkok (Thailand), Bandung (Indonesia), Bharatpur (Nepal), Ho Chi Minh (Viet Nam), Hyderabad (India), Lahore (Pakistan), Tokyo (Japan), Vientiane (Laos), and Yangon (Myanmar)
– Website: http://www.apngw.ait.ac.th