DEVELOPING INNOVATIVE AND RESILIENT TECHNOLOGIES

 

 

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(Updated 30 Sept 2022)

NEWS
– CCARPH is looking for Undergraduate and Graduate Research interns! Read more about it HERE.
– APSA 2022 Conference now open for Abstract Submissions. HERE.
– CCARPH Urban Resilience Laboratory joins the Arete Sandbox Open House. Read about it HERE.

CONTACT US:
For questions and inquiries, please email ccarph@ateneo.edu, and copy Dr. Emma Porio (eporio@ateneo.edu), CCARPH Project Leader and Principal Investigator, and Joy Rocamora (joyroc@gmail.com), CCARPH Research Associate and Website Manager.

PANAHON WEATHER REPORT
Manila Observatory
https://panahon.observatory.ph/

July 1, 2021 | Ateneo de Manila University President Fr Roberto C Yap SJ delivers a message, on behalf of the University and the academic sector for the 2021 National Disaster Resilience Month Kick-off Ceremony.

Why is the Philippine prone to hazards like typhoons and floods? Who are the most vulnerable when floods and typhoons come? What can we do about it? (Youtube/Arete)

 

“Filipino resilience must include the ability to recover, adapt and more importantly, transform. This transformation will only be possible with the cooperation of all sectors of society, government, non-government, industry, academe, media, utilities, health, and others.”

Fr. Roberto C. Yap, SJ, PhD
President, Ateneo de Manila University
CCARPH Project Holder (2020-present)

 about

The Resilience Toolkit of the Coastal Cities at Risk in the Philippines is a knowledge database designed to help disaster management planners, risk and/or resilience practitioners, and local government units to refer and use various technologies to enhance our cities’ climate and disaster resilience. Learn more about the toolkit and project here.

 about

The Resilience Toolkit of the Coastal Cities at Risk in the Philippines is a knowledge database designed to help disaster management planners, risk resilience practitioners, and local government units to refer and use various technologies to enhance our cities’ climate and disaster resilience. Learn more about the toolkit and project here.

TOOLKIT

A digital repository of transdisciplinary scientific tools to develop more resilient systems for our cities.  

CLIMATE
Understand the different dimensions of climate change to enhance our city’s resilience.

SOCIAL VULNERABILITY
Explore what can be done to strengthen our most vulnerable and burdened communities.

GEOSPATIAL
Visualize the features and impacts of climate change to better respond to the problem.

CITY RESILIENCE
Harness the instruments needed to develop more resilient systems.

CAPACITY BUILDING
Improve your craft to fulfill our mission to have a more resilient and sustainable future.

explore THE TOOLKIT

TECHNOLOGIES

Explore disaster-related technologies that enable communities to further capacitate themselves and enhance their resilience

CASE STUDIES

Take a more intimate look at how key cities in the Philippines capacitate themselves amidst climate-related issues

CAPACITY BUILDING

Enhance capacity and transfer knowledge for climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction for resilience

MDRR

Be a changemaker who will make an impact on the way we create a more sustainable world for all.

CITY ENGAGEMENTS

We put into practice our science by working with local governments to make a big difference.

PARTNERSHIPS

We put science and the community at the heart of our work to inspire change and develop more resilient localities.

InfoBase

Information repository to supplement the Resilience Toolkit

key concepts

webinars

technical documents

media gallery

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"This transdisciplinary action research was carried out under the Coastal Cities at Risk in the Philippines: Investing in Climate and Resilience Project, with the aid of a grant from the International Development Resource Centre (IDRC), Canada, and implemented by the Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU),  in collaboration with the Manila Observatory (MO), Ateneo Innovation Center (AIC), and the National Resilience Council (NRC).”

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