Beyond Engineering: Building with Nature 2x video #14. Tema in Ghana - Coastal erosion and effects of port expansion
datasetposted on 29.10.2021, 07:49 authored by Kwasi Appeaning Addo, Edem Mahu, Jill SlingerJill Slinger
Fourteenth video in a set of 14 videos on designing for stakeholder inclusion in Building with Nature. This video forms a component of the e-book Building with Nature & Beyond (Slinger, 2021) published by TU Delft open Publishing. The book deals with stakeholder-inclusive, ecosystem-based approaches to hydraulic infrastructure design. Such an approach was applied in the Sustainable Ports in Africa project, which forms the central case study of Part II. Other examples are drawn from the Sand Engine, Room for the River, and the Mud Motor in The Netherlands as well as mangrove areas in Indonesia, hydropower exploration in Sierra Leone, and stakeholder engagement procsses in South Africa.
OrganizationsTU Delft, Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management
Integrated designSocial design principlesTransdisciplinarityBuilding with NatureStakeholder inclusionEcosystem basedCommunity basedHydraulic engineering design principlesEcological design principlesCoalition BuildingSustainable Ports in AfricaGhanaCoastal erosionCo-creationCo-designTema in GhanaVolta DeltaNature Based SolutionsEcosystem Based ApproachEngineering with Nature