Road Infrastructure and Climate Change in Vietnam
AbstractClimate change is a potential threat to Vietnam’s development as current and future infrastructure will be vulnerable to climate change impacts. This paper focuses on the physical asset of road infrastructure in Vietnam by evaluating the potential impact of changes from stressors, including: sea level rise, precipitation, temperature and flooding. Across 56 climate scenarios, the mean additional cost of maintaining the same road network through 2050 amount to US$10.5 billion. The potential scale of these impacts establishes climate change adaptation as an important component of planning and policy in the current and near future. View Full-Text
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Chinowsky, P.S.; Schweikert, A.E.; Strzepek, N.; Strzepek, K. Road Infrastructure and Climate Change in Vietnam. Sustainability 2015, 7, 5452-5470.
Chinowsky PS, Schweikert AE, Strzepek N, Strzepek K. Road Infrastructure and Climate Change in Vietnam. Sustainability. 2015; 7(5):5452-5470.Chicago/Turabian Style
Chinowsky, Paul S.; Schweikert, Amy E.; Strzepek, Niko; Strzepek, Kenneth. 2015. "Road Infrastructure and Climate Change in Vietnam." Sustainability 7, no. 5: 5452-5470.