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KC3 provides a long list of experts and practitioners not only on climate change but also on cross-cutting issues such as natural resources management, agroforestry, economics, among others.

Dr. Maria Victoria O. Espaldon

Philippines
Category/ies
  • Differential Impact and Vulnerability Assessment
  • Communication and Advocacy
  • Natural Resources Management/Ecosystem Management
ExpertiseClimate change adaptation studies, Vulnerability Studies, Population and Resources Dynamics, Paticipatory Planning, Impact Assessment, Environmental Resource Assessment
Institution/ AffiliationUniversity of the Philippines Los Banos
Educational Background
  • PhD Geography (Rural resource assessment and environmental analysis)
  • MS Forestry (Social Forestry)
  • BS Biology (Program in Ecology)
Project/s
  • Vulnerability and Risk Assessment for Climate Resiliency and Green Growth Planning of Palawan and Oriental Mindoro. Jan-December 2016. World Fish Center and Freedom, Inc for Climate Change Commission and Global Green Growth Institute.
  • Co-Program Leader - Monitoring and Detection of Ecosystem Changes for Resilience and Adaptation (MODECERA). PCAARRD-DOST. 2015-2017.
  • Program Leader -“Smarter Approaches to Re-invigorate Agriculture as an Industry (SARAI).” Department of Science and Technology.
  • Demonstrating Ecotown Approach as a Climate Change Adaptation and Green Growth Strategy. Asian Development Bank/SEARCA/Philippine Climate Change Commission.
Publication/s
  • Comiso, J., C. Blanche, T. Sarigumba, M.V.O. Espaldon, and F.P. Lansigan (Editors). 2014. Changing Philippine Climate : Impacts on Agriculture and Natural Resources. University of the Philippines Press. 378 p. Quezon City, Philippines.
  • Mischlik, E. and M.V. O. Espaldon. 2011. Vulnerability and Resilience in the Philippines: Science and Policy Linkages. Earthscan Publishing. U.K.
  • Michlik-Acosta, L. and M.V.O. Espaldon. 2008. Vulnerability of Farming Communities to Climate Change and Globalization: A case study in Tanauan City, Batangas, Philippines. Global Environmental Change: Human and Policy Dimension. Springer Publishing.
  • Espaldon, M.V.O., J. P. Pulhin and R.V. Cruz. 2008. Vulnerability to Climate variability and change in the uplands. Criticial States : Environmental Challenges to Development in Monsoon Southeast Asia (l. Lebel, A. Snidvongs, C.A Arthur Chen, and R. Daniel-Eds). Malaysia. pp. 400-411.
Email Addressmoespaldonupeduph/ mariavictoriaespaldongmailcom