Empowering The Wet Market Waste Management Alor Gajah, Melaka, Malaysia

Though hypermarkets and supermarkets have become the primary source of goods for most Malaysians, many prefer to get their fresh agricultural products from farmers’ and wet markets, like the Alor Gajah Wet Market in the State of Melaka. Each month, the market sends two tons of waste–a third of its total monthly food supply–to a […]

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The Water Quality Monitoring of Chiang Mai City Moat: The Proposed Solution for Sustainable Development

Chiang Mai is the largest city in northern Thailand and the capital of Chiang Mai Province. The city’s location on the Ping River and its proximity to major trading routes contributed to its historical importance as the capital of the Lanna Kingdom. Chiang Mai was founded in CE 1296 and was built as a walled […]

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Mapping Inundation Areas for Sustainable Drainage and Waterlogging Management in Urban Areas of Long Xuyen City, An Giang Province, Vietnam’s Mekong Delta

Vietnam is prone to the negative impacts of climate change due to its topography and the tropical monsoon climate. Unfortunately, infrastructure in the Mekong Delta Region is poor and unable to keep up with the impacts. An Giang is the upstream province of the Delta, thus the water depth and duration of the flooding are […]

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Enhancing Disaster Preparedness of Lakeshore Communities in Calamba City, Laguna, Philippines

Calamba is the largest city in the province of Laguna, Philippines. It is the regional center of the Calabarzon Region, and in 2020, it was home to a population of 539,671. The city is part of the province that has been identified as one of the most vulnerable to climate change. Despite the various measures […]

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University of St. Thomas students improve their transit system through their learning

The Twin Cities’ primary public transit service, Metro Transit, provides 1.5 million weekly rides across 188 jurisdictions with an efficient and accessible network of bus, commuter rail, and light rail transit. The organization is a vital community resource, connecting residents of the region to work, home, school, and each other.  Metro Transit is an integral […]

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Empowering Community Income Diversification through Sustainable Smart Farming by Academia Resources

Even though the State of Penang is experiencing urban expansion, a large part of the state has desakota characteristics (urban and agricultural forms of land use coexist). In the town of Permatang Pauh, Seberang Perai District, there are 4,070 hectares of agricultural land, with an estimated 2,000 farmers. Many of these farmers engage in wet-rice […]

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