Extreme weather events and unusual seasons already have significant impacts on the profitability of aquaculture. We cannot be sure exactly how climate will change nor how demand for farmed fish and water will change. For this reason the aquaculture development strategies that are launched today by farmers, companies or governments need to be as robust …
A new paper by Dr. Louis Lebel and team on the robustness of aquaculture adaptation strategies in Northern Thailand.
Dr. Louis Lebel meets an award-winning group at the Department of Physics, The University of Melbourne.
Dialogues create spaces for meaningful conversations among diverse stakeholders.
University planners need to think decades ahead when devising long-term strategies for how to develop human resources and facilities. Scenario planning tools can help identify merits and limitations in particular strategies under key uncertainties. Dr. Louis Lebel and Dr. Phimphakan Lebel from USER worked with Dr. Ora-orn Poocharoen and Jameekorn Aumnatphook from the Chiang Mai University …
What activities have local and international CSOs done relating to gender and hydropower development in the Mekong Region? Have they been successful?
Dr. Louis and Phimphakan Lebel participated in a workshop on Sustainable Consumption in Asia hosted by the Research Institute for Humanity and Nature in Kyoto, Japan. Our main contribution and interest was in how people tried to understand and influence value-chains, for example, related to aquaculture products.The event was an activity of the Future Earth …
Team members from the AQUADAPT-Mekong project visit an innovative fish farm in Chiang Mai.
Aquaculture should be treated as another water use, and thus fish farmers a stakeholder in the management of watersheds and rivers.
Aside from conducting research, communicating results is another important mission for USER.