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SEARCA Photo Contest 2018

SEARCA Photo Contest 2018

Ready your cameras!  Join the SEARCA Photo Contest 2018: Managing Climate Uncertainties and Scarce Water Resources.

Global Farm Tourism Summit draws 350 participants, features best practices

Global Farm Tourism Summit draws 350 participants, features best practices

The International School of Sustainable Tourism (ISST), Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), and…

SEARCA forum reasserts smallholders as central in agriculture and development work in Southeast Asia

SEARCA forum reasserts smallholders as central in agriculture and development work in Southeast Asia

 A one-day forum discussed gaps and directions to reshape agriculture and development in Southeast Asia and called for changing and…

SEARCA awards travel grant to UPLB Professor on Onehealth approach

SEARCA awards travel grant to UPLB Professor on Onehealth approach

SEARCA has supported the participation of Dr. Rico Ancog in the France Excellence Summer on OneHealth Approach to Fight Antimicrobial Resistance...

School-plus-home gardens project levels up with SEARCA-led training of trainers

School-plus-home gardens project levels up with SEARCA-led training of trainers

Los Baños, Laguna – As part of ongoing mechanisms to sustain and improve on the lessons learned and successes of the…

SEARCA hosts Donors Forum on Mobilizing Resources for Social Forestry in ASEAN

SEARCA hosts Donors Forum on Mobilizing Resources for Social Forestry in ASEAN

Makati, Philippines. The Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), which manages the ASEAN Working…

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ABOUT KC3

The Knowledge Center on Climate Change (KC3) is a one-stop-shop of information on climate change adaptation and mitigation in Southeast Asia. It features SEARCA’s projects, learning events, publications, and other climate change initiatives. Learn more

ABOUT CChAMSEA

SEARCA’s Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation in Southeast Asia (CChAMSEA) Framework aims to contribute to the realization of an inclusive, sustainable, and climate change-resilient agriculture and natural resource management in Southeast Asia.  Learn more

Climate Change Resources

  • Journal looks at Laotian film, Thai shrimp

    Journal looks at Laotian film, Thai shrimp

    Read about the making of an interdisciplinary service-learning course on climate change in Vietnam, Indonesian music and environmental movements, and the legacy of monarchy in Asia. Also: SEAP…

  • Building Urban Resilience

    Building Urban Resilience

    Principles, Tools, and Practice Abhas K. Jha, Todd W. Miner, and Zuzana Stanton-Geddes, Editors About Building Urban Resilience in East Asia Building Urban Resilience in East Asia is a World…

  • Cities and Flooding

    Cities and Flooding

    A Guide to Integrated Urban Flood Risk Management for the 21st Century Abhas K Jha | Robin Bloch Jessica Lamond How to use the Guide Cities and Flooding: A Guide to Integrated Urban Flood Risk…

  • Safer Homes, Stronger Communities

    Safer Homes, Stronger Communities

    Abhas K. Jha with Jennifer Duyne Barenstein Priscilla M. Phelps Daniel Pittet Stephen Sena Background Safer Homes, Stronger Communities: A Handbook for Reconstructing after Disasters was developed…

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Asia Clean Energy

In the photo: Dr. Lorna M. Calumpang (center) together with other finalists of the Clean Energy Marketplace. Second from left is Barbara Krell of the USAID Regional Development Mission for Asia.

23 June 2009 -- SEARCA’s Knowledge Center on Climate Change (KC3) joined the 13 finalists chosen from around the globe at the Clean Energy Marketplace in the recently concluded High Profile Dialogue on Climate Change back-to-back with the 4th Asia Clean Energy Forum 2009 held last 15-19 June 2009. The Clean Energy Marketplace Poster Competition featured innovative technologies, business projects, and models and programs in the light of clean energy as a means to mitigate climate change and its impacts. Grand prize went to the Renewable Biomass Solid Fuel as Alternative to Coal for Firing Bricks in Kilns Project of the MinErgy Pvt. Ltd, Nepal.

Organized and sponsored by the Asian Development Bank and USAID, the High Profile Dialogue on Climate Change back-to-back with the 4th Asia Clean Energy Forum gathered together about 800 participants from various groups: policymakers, private institutions, and non-governmental organizations. The forum provided the opportunity for stakeholders to share best practices and form partnerships in response to climate change. (By Bernadette P. Joven)

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