[Webinar] Engineering Equitable Resilience in Metro Manila: Possibilities for Urban Transformation in Muntinlupa City

Joshua Cabal

February 16, 2021

The Coastal Cities at Risk in the Philippines: Investing in Climate & Disaster Resilience (CCARPH) project and the National Resilience Council (NRC) invite you to

Engineering Equitable Resilience in Metro Manila: Possibilities for Urban Transformation in Muntinlupa City
February 26, 2021
9:00 AM – 11:00 AM (GMT +8:00, Philippine Time)
via Zoom

Register at bit.ly/EERinMM2021

In this keynote lecture, Prof. Stephen Gray (Harvard University Graduate School of Design) and Prof. Mary Anne Ocampo (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) will share insights on equitable resilience through urban design from the MIT Urban Studio conducted in 2015. The lecture will feature responses from the Muntinlupa City local government unit (LGU), the academe, and the private sector. It will also discuss the impact of biological hazards on planning and architecture, with the goal of generating greater multi-stakeholder support for an evidence-informed, resilience-driven executive and legislative agenda, and investment plan.

This event will be streamed live on the Facebook pages of CCARPH and NRC | facebook.com/CCARinthePhilippines and facebook.com/resiliencecouncil.ph
For more information about the event, visit bit.ly/EERinMM-EventOverview

For inquiries, contact CCARPH Project Management (ccarph@ateneo.edu), with the email subject “Webinar Inquiry”

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