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1Department of Environmental Engineering, Da-Yeh University, Changhua, Taiwan

2Creation Production, Co., Taipei, Taiwan

3Department of Environmental Engineering, Da-Yeh University, Changhua, Taiwan

4Department of Environmental Engineering, Da-Yeh University, Changhua, Taiwan

Abstracts

Under climate changes, the traditional water control thinking has long been obsolete. “Adaptation” has been considered as one of the strategies for climate change. In addition to the adjustment of engineering technology and water management strategies, there are still non-engineering aspects considerations, too. Climate change has never been a simple question to wait for a simple answer. The sustainable development of water management strategy requires not only good scientific research and good communication, but also trustworthy science, clear policies, creative business opportunities and public participation. Sometimes, after damage, quarrel provoked by the people's grievances and public opinion also caused disaster, too. The reason behind this is that people have lack sufficient knowledge in science, let alone scientific literacy and the recognition of scientific value under extreme climate. The expression of the story in this popular science video will allow people to experience the universal value of the life community in which people and water are closely interdependent.

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Yi-Ching Chen, Michelle Hui Lee, Fu-Ming Chang, Mei-Xiu Lai (2019), A Popular Science Video Program Proposed for Promoting Scientific Literacy in Water Disaster Solutions Adapting Climate Change. Vietnam Journal of Hydrometeorology, 02, 1-8.

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