Living Deltas Hub News

In January 2020 the Living Deltas Hub official launched and held events in the Bangladesh, India and Vietnam. Hosted by the British High Commission and Newcastle University the events we very well attended by stakeholders and policy makers and highlighted to all how vitally important the research is regionally and internationally. Read More

 

Mekong Delta launch event in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

 

 

 

Red River launch event in Hanoi, Vietnam.

 

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The Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna launch event in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

 

 

Living Deltas Hub 2nd Annual Research Meeting

Living Deltas held its second Annual Hub Research Meeting at the HHI Hotel in Kolkata between the 1st and 5th March 2020.  We were lucky to get the meeting in before the full effects of the Covid-19 pandemic hit (at the time of the meeting it was still classed by the WHO as an epidemic).  However, a number of our delta colleagues were sadly unable to join us from the Mekong delta, the UK and from Bangladesh due to restrictions imposed by the viral outbreak.  These friends were much missed.  The meeting opened on the Sunday morning with a meeting of the Hub with members of our external Advisory Board and we were delighted to have Nina Laurie, Advisory Board Chair, Kay Heuser, UKRI Representative and Katharine Vincent, AB member join us from the UK and South Africa respectively.  Living Deltas marked its first birthday with a beautiful cake baked by the HHI Hotel and kindly provided by our friends and hosts Sumana Banerjee and Tuhin Ghosh of Jadavpur University.  Nina Laurie did the honours and cut the cake in the absence of the PI and Deputy PI, Andy Large and Andy Henderson, who had left Newcastle on Friday evening, but who finally arrived in Kolkata at 3am on Monday morning.  While a hotel bed between each flight was restful, it didn’t help either the Advisory Board meeting or the Executive Board meeting which followed.  The fact that at that time we were all still Zoom amateurs meant poor connection to Doha and less-than-effective input from ‘the two Andys’.
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Coronavirus destroys Bangladesh’s crab exports

 

The shutdown of exports, especially to China, has had a devastating impact on the livelihood of half a million families along the Bay of Bengal coast.

 

Read more on Eco Business

 

Coronavirus measures could cause global food shortage, UN warns

 

Exclusive: Protectionist policies and shortage of workers could see problems start within weeks

 

 

Read more on The Guardian

 

Mekong Delta fishers in distress as fish die en masse

 

Fishing communities on the Mekong Delta’s Tien River are blaming salinity intrusion for their fish dying in abnormal numbers, inflicting heavy losses.

 

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Living Deltas Hub News

In January 2020 the Living Deltas Hub official launched and held events in the Bangladesh, India and Vietnam. Hosted by the British High Commission and Newcastle University the events we very well attended by stakeholders and policy makers and highlighted to all how vitally important the research is regionally and internationally. Read More

 

Mekong Delta launch event in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

 

 

 

Red River launch event in Hanoi, Vietnam.

 

www.vneconomictimes.com

www.dtinews.vn

www.e.vnexpress.net/

www.vov.vn

 

 

The Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna launch event in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

 

 

Living Deltas Hub 2nd Annual Research Meeting

News Stories from the Media

 

Coronavirus destroys Bangladesh’s crab exports

 

The shutdown of exports, especially to China, has had a devastating impact on the livelihood of half a million families along the Bay of Bengal coast.

 

Read more on Eco Business

 

Coronavirus measures could cause global food shortage, UN warns

 

Exclusive: Protectionist policies and shortage of workers could see problems start within weeks

 

 

Read more on The Guardian

 

Mekong Delta fishers in distress as fish die en masse

 

Fishing communities on the Mekong Delta’s Tien River are blaming salinity intrusion for their fish dying in abnormal numbers, inflicting heavy losses.

 

Read more on VNExpress

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Living Deltas Hub News

In January 2020 the Living Deltas Hub official launched and held events in the Bangladesh, India and Vietnam. Hosted by the British High Commission and Newcastle University the events we very well attended by stakeholders and policy makers and highlighted to all how vitally important the research is regionally and internationally. Read More

 

Mekong Delta launch event in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

 

 

 

Red River launch event in Hanoi, Vietnam.

 

www.vneconomictimes.com

www.dtinews.vn

www.e.vnexpress.net/

www.vov.vn

 

 

The Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna launch event in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

 

 

Living Deltas Hub 2nd Annual Research Meeting

Living Deltas held its second Annual Hub Research Meeting at the HHI Hotel in Kolkata between the 1st and 5th March 2020.  We were lucky to get the meeting in before the full effects of the Covid-19 pandemic hit (at the time of the meeting it was still classed by the WHO as an epidemic).  However, a number of our delta colleagues were sadly unable to join us from the Mekong delta, the UK and from Bangladesh due to restrictions imposed by the viral outbreak.  These friends were much missed.  The meeting opened on the Sunday morning with a meeting of the Hub with members of our external Advisory Board and we were delighted to have Nina Laurie, Advisory Board Chair, Kay Heuser, UKRI Representative and Katharine Vincent, AB member join us from the UK and South Africa respectively.  Living Deltas marked its first birthday with a beautiful cake baked by the HHI Hotel and kindly provided by our friends and hosts Sumana Banerjee and Tuhin Ghosh of Jadavpur University.  Nina Laurie did the honours and cut the cake in the absence of the PI and Deputy PI, Andy Large and Andy Henderson, who had left Newcastle on Friday evening, but who finally arrived in Kolkata at 3am on Monday morning.  While a hotel bed between each flight was restful, it didn’t help either the Advisory Board meeting or the Executive Board meeting which followed.  The fact that at that time we were all still Zoom amateurs meant poor connection to Doha and less-than-effective input from ‘the two Andys’.
Read More

News Stories from the Media

 

Coronavirus measures could cause global food shortage, UN warns

 

Exclusive: Protectionist policies and shortage of workers could see problems start within weeks

 

 

Read more on The Guardian

 

Coronavirus destroys Bangladesh’s crab exports

 

The shutdown of exports, especially to China, has had a devastating impact on the livelihood of half a million families along the Bay of Bengal coast.

 

Read more on Eco Business

 

Mekong Delta fishers in distress as fish die en masse

 

Fishing communities on the Mekong Delta’s Tien River are blaming salinity intrusion for their fish dying in abnormal numbers, inflicting heavy losses.

 

Read more on VNExpress

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Living Deltas Hub News

In January 2020 the Living Deltas Hub official launched and held events in the Bangladesh, India and Vietnam. Hosted by the British High Commission and Newcastle University the events we very well attended by stakeholders and policy makers and highlighted to all how vitally important the research is regionally and internationally. Read More

 

Mekong Delta launch event in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

 

 

 

Red River launch event in Hanoi, Vietnam.

 

www.vneconomictimes.com

www.dtinews.vn

www.e.vnexpress.net/

www.vov.vn

 

 

The Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna launch event in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

 

 

Living Deltas Hub 2nd Annual Research Meeting

Living Deltas held its second Annual Hub Research Meeting at the HHI Hotel in Kolkata between the 1st and 5th March 2020.  We were lucky to get the meeting in before the full effects of the Covid-19 pandemic hit (at the time of the meeting it was still classed by the WHO as an epidemic).  However, a number of our delta colleagues were sadly unable to join us from the Mekong delta, the UK and from Bangladesh due to restrictions imposed by the viral outbreak.  These friends were much missed.  The meeting opened on the Sunday morning with a meeting of the Hub with members of our external Advisory Board and we were delighted to have Nina Laurie, Advisory Board Chair, Kay Heuser, UKRI Representative and Katharine Vincent, AB member join us from the UK and South Africa respectively.  Living Deltas marked its first birthday with a beautiful cake baked by the HHI Hotel and kindly provided by our friends and hosts Sumana Banerjee and Tuhin Ghosh of Jadavpur University.  Nina Laurie did the honours and cut the cake in the absence of the PI and Deputy PI, Andy Large and Andy Henderson, who had left Newcastle on Friday evening, but who finally arrived in Kolkata at 3am on Monday morning.  While a hotel bed between each flight was restful, it didn’t help either the Advisory Board meeting or the Executive Board meeting which followed.  The fact that at that time we were all still Zoom amateurs meant poor connection to Doha and less-than-effective input from ‘the two Andys’.
Read More

News Stories from the Media

 

Coronavirus destroys Bangladesh’s crab exports

 

The shutdown of exports, especially to China, has had a devastating impact on the livelihood of half a million families along the Bay of Bengal coast.

 

Read more on Eco Business

 

Coronavirus measures could cause global food shortage, UN warns

 

Exclusive: Protectionist policies and shortage of workers could see problems start within weeks

 

 

Read more on The Guardian

 

Mekong Delta fishers in distress as fish die en masse

 

Fishing communities on the Mekong Delta’s Tien River are blaming salinity intrusion for their fish dying in abnormal numbers, inflicting heavy losses.

 

Read more on VNExpress

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Living Deltas Hub News

In January 2020 the Living Deltas Hub official launched and held events in the Bangladesh, India and Vietnam. Hosted by the British High Commission and Newcastle University the events we very well attended by stakeholders and policy makers and highlighted to all how vitally important the research is regionally and internationally. Read More

 

Mekong Delta launch event in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

 

 

 

Red River launch event in Hanoi, Vietnam.

 

www.vneconomictimes.com

www.dtinews.vn

www.e.vnexpress.net/

www.vov.vn

 

 

The Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna launch event in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

 

 

Living Deltas Hub 2nd Annual Research Meeting

Living Deltas held its second Annual Hub Research Meeting at the HHI Hotel in Kolkata between the 1st and 5th March 2020.  We were lucky to get the meeting in before the full effects of the Covid-19 pandemic hit (at the time of the meeting it was still classed by the WHO as an epidemic).  However, a number of our delta colleagues were sadly unable to join us from the Mekong delta, the UK and from Bangladesh due to restrictions imposed by the viral outbreak.  These friends were much missed.  The meeting opened on the Sunday morning with a meeting of the Hub with members of our external Advisory Board and we were delighted to have Nina Laurie, Advisory Board Chair, Kay Heuser, UKRI Representative and Katharine Vincent, AB member join us from the UK and South Africa respectively.  Living Deltas marked its first birthday with a beautiful cake baked by the HHI Hotel and kindly provided by our friends and hosts Sumana Banerjee and Tuhin Ghosh of Jadavpur University.  Nina Laurie did the honours and cut the cake in the absence of the PI and Deputy PI, Andy Large and Andy Henderson, who had left Newcastle on Friday evening, but who finally arrived in Kolkata at 3am on Monday morning.  While a hotel bed between each flight was restful, it didn’t help either the Advisory Board meeting or the Executive Board meeting which followed.  The fact that at that time we were all still Zoom amateurs meant poor connection to Doha and less-than-effective input from ‘the two Andys’.
Read More

News Stories from the Media

 

Coronavirus destroys Bangladesh’s crab exports

 

The shutdown of exports, especially to China, has had a devastating impact on the livelihood of half a million families along the Bay of Bengal coast.

 

Read more on Eco Business

 

Coronavirus measures could cause global food shortage, UN warns

 

Exclusive: Protectionist policies and shortage of workers could see problems start within weeks

 

 

Read more on The Guardian

 

Mekong Delta fishers in distress as fish die en masse

 

Fishing communities on the Mekong Delta’s Tien River are blaming salinity intrusion for their fish dying in abnormal numbers, inflicting heavy losses.

 

Read more on VNExpress

Living Deltas Hub News

In January 2020 the Living Deltas Hub official launched and held events in the Bangladesh, India and Vietnam. Hosted by the British High Commission and Newcastle University the events we very well attended by stakeholders and policy makers and highlighted to all how vitally important the research is regionally and internationally. Read More

 

Red River launch event in Hanoi, Vietnam.

 

www.vneconomictimes.com

www.dtinews.vn

www.e.vnexpress.net/

www.vov.vn

 

 

Mekong Delta launch event in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

 

The Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna launch event in Kolkata, India.

 

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The Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna launch event in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

 

 

 

Living Deltas Hub 2nd Annual Research Meeting

Living Deltas held its second Annual Hub Research Meeting at the HHI Hotel in Kolkata between the 1st and 5th March 2020.  We were lucky to get the meeting in before the full effects of the Covid-19 pandemic hit (at the time of the meeting it was still classed by the WHO as an epidemic).  However, a number of our delta colleagues were sadly unable to join us from the Mekong delta, the UK and from Bangladesh due to restrictions imposed by the viral outbreak.  These friends were much missed.  The meeting opened on the Sunday morning with a meeting of the Hub with members of our external Advisory Board and we were delighted to have Nina Laurie, Advisory Board Chair, Kay Heuser, UKRI Representative and Katharine Vincent, AB member join us from the UK and South Africa respectively.  Living Deltas marked its first birthday with a beautiful cake baked by the HHI Hotel and kindly provided by our friends and hosts Sumana Banerjee and Tuhin Ghosh of Jadavpur University.  Nina Laurie did the honours and cut the cake in the absence of the PI and Deputy PI, Andy Large and Andy Henderson, who had left Newcastle on Friday evening, but who finally arrived in Kolkata at 3am on Monday morning.  While a hotel bed between each flight was restful, it didn’t help either the Advisory Board meeting or the Executive Board meeting which followed.  The fact that at that time we were all still Zoom amateurs meant poor connection to Doha and less-than-effective input from ‘the two Andys’.
Read More

News Stories from the Media

 

Coronavirus destroys Bangladesh’s crab exports

 

The shutdown of exports, especially to China, has had a devastating impact on the livelihood of half a million families along the Bay of Bengal coast.

 

Read more on Eco Business

 

Coronavirus measures could cause global food shortage, UN warns

 

Exclusive: Protectionist policies and shortage of workers could see problems start within weeks

 

 

Read more on The Guardian

 

Mekong Delta fishers in distress as fish die en masse

 

Fishing communities on the Mekong Delta’s Tien River are blaming salinity intrusion for their fish dying in abnormal numbers, inflicting heavy losses.

 

Read more on VNExpress