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New Systemic Project to Solve The Issues of Sea Level Rise in The Delta Regions in Vietnam and the Netherlands

Xiang Han, Jingwen Li

New Systemic Project to Solve The Issues of Sea Level Rise in The Delta Regions in Vietnam and the Netherlands.

Rel. Silvia Barbero, Cecilia Padula. Politecnico di Torino, Corso di laurea magistrale in Design Sistemico, 2023

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Sea level rise has become a global issue in the face of intensifying extreme events. How can people living in deltas combine the existing local systems, resources and technologies to cope with the problems caused by sea level rise? Most cities in deltas around the world are currently the economic and political centers of the countries in which they are located and are home to large populations. At the same time, due to the fertile land, the deltas have been reclaimed to provide the agricultural base for the countries in which they are located. For example, the Mekong Delta in Vietnam and the Rhine-Meuse Delta in the west of the Netherlands, the Netherlands has achieved the second largest agricultural country in the world through smart agriculture and technological innovation, but also faces the risk of seawater intrusion in the coastal area; because of the poor economic base of the Vietnamese people, most of the local people depend on mangroves, so it has caused disruption and damage to the mangrove ecosystem. In the Netherlands, we realized the establishment of a vacant rooftop farm system by applying systemic thinking linked to the Dutch Diamond Program to promote local urban green and urban agriculture and provide new ideas for local systemic agricultural production models. Through holistic and systematic analysis, we developed a nature conservation approach based on Can Gio Vietnam, which can also be used throughout the delta region of Vietnam. The distinction between protected and agricultural areas, the artificial reinforcement of mangrove forests, and digital monitoring have opened up new opportunities for a gradual shift to intelligent environmental management. The government and organizations will support and raise the awareness of people to protect the quality of life of the people in the area and to protect the redevelopment of the mangrove ecosystem.

Relators: Silvia Barbero, Cecilia Padula
Academic year: 2022/23
Publication type: Electronic
Number of Pages: 92
Corso di laurea: Corso di laurea magistrale in Design Sistemico
Classe di laurea: New organization > Master science > LM-12 - DESIGN
Aziende collaboratrici: UNSPECIFIED
URI: http://webthesis.biblio.polito.it/id/eprint/25946
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