To assist inland freshwater aquaculture farms in Thailand adapt to climate change through better farm and water management and to assess the value of aquaculture as an adaptation strategy.
- Improve understanding of effective ways to reduce flood- and low-flow related losses of aquaculture farms under current climate conditions.
- Assess risks of flood- and low-flow related losses of aquaculture farms under plausible future climates and watershed management practices
- Improve understanding of how the integration of aquaculture into livelihood systems affects the resilience of rural households to climate-related changes in water quality and quantity.
- Identify effective ways to reduce flood- and low-flood related losses of aquaculture farms as well as build resilience of livelihood systems under plausible future climate scenarios.
- Engage with key stakeholders throughout the project lifecycle to share research results through presentations, briefings, dialogue and documents.