DEVELOPING INNOVATIVE AND RESILIENT TECHNOLOGIES
(Updated 30 Jan 2023)
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PANAHON WEATHER REPORT
Fr. Roberto C. Yap, SJ, PhD
President, Ateneo de Manila University
CCARPH Project Holder (2020-present)
The Ateneo de Manila is proud to be part of the first cohort of colleges and universities worldwide that have made an institutional commitment to participate in Pope Francis’ 7-year journey towards integral ecology. Ateneo de Manila is excited to journey with other universities and add our voice to the chorus of responses to the Pope’s call to hear the cry of the earth and the cry of the poor. We have made Integral Ecology a Strategic Priority. In this reflection video, we share our starting point on this journey, from our unique angle of vision, rooted in our experiences and aspirations as a leading Filipino, Catholic, and Jesuit university based in Metro Manila.
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.
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.
A digital repository of transdisciplinary scientific tools to develop more resilient systems for our cities.
Understand the different dimensions of climate change to enhance our city’s resilience.
Explore what can be done to strengthen our most vulnerable and burdened communities.
Visualize the features and impacts of climate change to better respond to the problem.
Harness the instruments needed to develop more resilient systems.
Improve your craft to fulfill our mission to have a more resilient and sustainable future.
explore THE TOOLKIT
Explore disaster-related technologies that enable communities to further capacitate themselves and enhance their resilience
Take a more intimate look at how key cities in the Philippines capacitate themselves amidst climate-related issues
Enhance capacity and transfer knowledge for climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction for resilience
Information repository to supplement the Resilience Toolkit
For more stories, visit coastalcitiesatriskph.com.
A preview of the website is available below for desktop users.
All information and documents within the Coastal Cities at Risk in the Philippines Resilience Toolkit is the intellectual property of their respective authors. Republication, copying or redistribution is strictly prohibited without the prior written permission of the authors. Reproduction in whole or in part without permission is prohibited. Please ensure the to include the suggested citations when referencing to the works.
"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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