05/07/2019 10:16 AM GMT+7 TP HCM
On 2nd, July, 2019, at room 104 in Asian Center for Water Research (CARE-Rescif), Grow Green Vietnam presented a training session on raising awareness about plastic pollution. The vision of the training was “to contribute to change people’s awareness about environmental challenges and position them as action takers”. Around 25 people who are experts, foreign interns, students from Faculty of Environment and Natural resources, attended the session. The session provided helpful knowledge on sources, impacts and overview on plastic pollution around the world, then Grow Green Vietnam proposed 9 tips for living with less plastic. At the end of the session, all attendants agreed to sign on commitment charter, refusing to bring plastic bags, cups, etc. to their offices any more, in order to reducing the plastic pollution in HCM City, Vietnam and then in the world.
The short course was hold at CARE Lab on Jan. 11-12th 2016 and given by Prof. Marc Desmet (Paleo-limnologist, Tours University), Dr. Marc Babut (Ecotoxicologist, IRSTEA Lyon) and Dr. Brice Mourier (Limnogeologist, Limoges University)
In the collaboration framework between Center for Natural Resources and Environmental Monitoring (CEM) and Centre Asiatique de Recherche sur l’Eau (CARE), from 12/06 to 16/06/2017
From April 16th to April 21st, 2008, CARE Lab has collaborated with the Faculty of Geology & Petroleum Engineering, Ho Chi Minh University of Technology, to organize a short course
From April 16th to April 21st, 2008, CARE Lab has collaborated with the Faculty of Geology & Petroleum Engineering, Ho Chi Minh University of Technology, to organize a short course guided by Dr. Marc Descloitres of Institut des Géosciences de l’Environnement (IGE), France
After 2018's edition (dedicated to Electrical Tomography), the second hydrogeophysics training school proposes an intensive course focusing on two geophysical methods applied to hydrological and hydrogeological problems in the surrounding of HCM
From April 8-12, 2019, CARE laboratory organized the 2nd Hydrogeophysics Training School on hydrogeophysics, which is a branch of geophysics applied to groundwater investigation.