Case study: Makassar, Indonesia
Research question: What are the feasible options for a sustainable water system for Makassar City to cope with the current problems resulting from high rates of urbanisation, population increase and looming climate change?
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Description of the project case study
Climate adaptation through sustainable urban development: case study of urban water system in Makassar, Indonesia
The impacts of climate change and urban development on future water security and adaptation options for Makassar City, Indonesia: A synthesis of findings from Climate Adaptation through the Sustainable Urban Development Research Project (SUD)
Current and future climate of Makassar
Streamflow projections for MAMMINASATA for 2020-2040
Climate change impacts on soil erosion across MAMMINASATA
Stakeholders’ perceptions of climate change and its impact on the urban water system of Makassar, Indonesia
Current and future water supply for Makassar
These project updates were produced during the life of the project. As the project has concluded there will be no further updates.
Makassar Project Newsletter #1 December 2010
Makassar Project Newsletter #2 March 2011
Makassar Project Newsletter #3 January 2012
Project completion date – September 2012