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Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation (CChAM) Framework Learning Events

Learning Events

SEARCA’s Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation (CChAM) Framework for Agriculture and Natural Resource Management in Southeast Asia aims to contribute to an enabled environment for rural poverty reduction and food security via built capacities and institutions that ensure climate change resiliency in agricultural production and sustainable natural resource management in Southeast Asia.

Second Training-Workshop for ASEAN Multisectoral Framework on Climate Change (AFCC) Sectoral Working Groups: Integrating Climate Change Adaptation into Development Plans and Investments
24-26 September 2013
RECOFTC, Bangkok, Thailand

Description:

Adapting to climate change is a rapidly growing challenge, particularly for developing countries such that many development policies, plans and projects currently do not take climate change into account due to a lack of awareness and clarity on how to effectively develop and integrate adaptation options. This three-day workshop is based on the Policy Guidance on Integrating Climate Change Adaptation into Development Cooperation (OECD Guidance) developed by the OECD’s Environment Policy Committee (EPOC) and its Development Assistance Committee (DAC) with the aim of promoting understanding and identifying appropriate approaches and practical ways for integrating climate change adaptation into development policies and activities at national, sectorial, project and local levels.

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Training-Workshop for ASEAN Multisectoral Framework on Climate Change (AFCC) Sectoral Working Groups: Integrating Climate Change Adaptation into Development Plans and Investments
3-5 September 2013
SEARCA, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippine

Description:

Adapting to climate change is a rapidly growing challenge, particularly for developing countries such that many development policies, plans and projects currently do not take climate change into account due to a lack of awareness and clarity on how to effectively develop and integrate adaptation options. This three-day workshop is based on the Policy Guidance on Integrating Climate Change Adaptation into Development Cooperation (OECD Guidance) developed by the OECD’s Environment Policy Committee (EPOC) and its Development Assistance Committee (DAC) with the aim of promoting understanding and identifying appropriate approaches and practical ways for integrating climate change adaptation into development policies and activities at national, sectorial, project and local levels.

Read more: Training-Workshop for ASEAN Multisectoral Framework on Climate Change (AFCC) Sectoral Working...

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Workshop | Vulnerability, Impact, and Adaptation Assessment for Climate Change: Approaches, Methods, and Tools
10-12 July 2013
Hanoi, Vietnam

Description:

A three-day workshop that aimed to familiarize focal climate change adaptation (CCA) points in the region with vulnerability, impact, and adaptation assessment (VIA) tools applied in planning CCA initiatives that address the projected impacts of climate change in the agricultural and natural resource management (NRM) sectors of their respective areas. These CCA focal points are involved in the formulation of national communication plans, national adaptation plans, or developing adaptation projects. The forum-workshop presented and demonstrated methodological approaches for assessing capacities and gaps to carry out vulnerability, impacts and adaptation assessment. In the process, it provided a platform for sharing of appropriate and replicable practices and tools for proper VIA towards shared understanding and consolidation of knowledge and experiences.

Read more: Workshop on Vulnerability, Impact, and Adaptation Assessment for Climate Change: Approaches,...

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ADSS | Climate Change Vulnerability Mapping of SelectedMunicipalities in Laguna, Philippines
By Engr. Vicente G. Ballaran, Jr.

LOS BAÑOS, Philippines – The Province of Laguna in the Philippines, though it has a relatively low exposure to climate change threats, continues to become highly vulnerable because of its low capacity to adapt to typhoons and floods, a recent study shows.

This study, conducted by the Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA) and the University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB), under the auspices of the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) of Canada, started in May 2011 and will be completed in December 2013. It is part of a multi-country project titled “Building Capacity to Adapt to Climate Change in Southeast Asia” which aims to capacitate three Southeast Asian countries—Cambodia, Philippines, and Vietnam—in research, planning, and action with regard to climate change adaptation. 

Read more: SEARCA’s ADSS tackles Laguna’s vulnerability to climate change

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