In april ’23, the University of San Carlos (USC) took up the River Challenge with the Hanze University of Applied Sciences (HUAS) and the Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences (RUAS). During the River Challenge, also bearing the name ‘ClimateCafé Cebu 2023’, the participants were divided into 12 groups to investigate the problems and possible solutions for the Butuanon River and Mahiga Creek in Cebu City.
With 13 Filipino students from the USC and two Dutch students from HUAS and RUAS, group 11 worked together intensively to map the problems and possible solutions for a part of the Butuanon River. The location assigned by the professors was located downstream at the river, where low-cost, multi-functional, technical, social, implementable solutions have to be explored, that build onto previous plans from earlier ClimateCafé’s and the local governments.
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