The Climate Change Impact and Adaptation (CCIA) Study for the Lower Mekong Basin (LMB) was designed to serve as a model approach, describing the impacts on key livelihood sectors of the LMB including agriculture, capture fisheries and aquaculture, livestock, natural systems, health, and rural infrastructure.
The USAID Mekong ARCC Climate Study Team has now completed its final revision of this Study by addressing comments raised at the March Final Results Workshop in Bangkok, generated during the period of open public review, and from experts who formally peer reviewed technical aspects of the analysis. The Full Report and Summary Report of the Study are available for download below and at USAID site.
The Climate Study Team consists of a group of researchers and climate change experts, led by Dr. Jeremy Carew-Reid - Climate Study Leader. Team members include Tarek Ketelsen (Modeling Theme Leader), Jorma Koponen, Mai Ky Vinh, Simon Tilleard, Toan To Quang, Olivier Joffre (Agriculture Theme Leader), Dang Kieu Nhan, Bun Chantrea, Rick Gregory (Fisheries Theme Leader), Meng Monyrak, Narong Veeravaitaya, Truong Hoanh Minh, Peter-John Meynell (Natural Systems Theme Leader), Sansanee Choowaew, Nguyen Huu Thien, Thomas Weaver (Livestock Theme Leader), John Sawdon (Socio-economics Theme Leader), Try Thuon, Sengmanichanh Somchanmavong and Paul Wyrwoll.