2nd Scientists’ and Community Development Practitioners’ Roundtable on Climate Change Adaptation and Risk Reduction (Oct. 15, 2010)

Source: Ateneo de Manila University

The Manila Observatory, in partnership with the Christian Aid UK Philippine Office invites the community to the “2nd Scientists’ and Community Development Practitioners’ Roundtable on Climate Change Adaptation and Risk Reduction” on Friday, 15 October 2010 from 8:30 am to 6:30 pm at Klima Climate Change Center, 2/F Selga Hall, Manila Observatory Ateneo de Manila University Campus, Loyola Heights, Quezon City.

The objective of this whole-day conference is to bring together experts, institutions, and CCA-DRR practitioners working on the various aspects of the science of climate change and disaster risk in order to revisit and update the scientific evidence, challenges, and options for the Philippines. This event is also a follow up activity to the 1st Scientists and Community Development Practioners on Climate Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation Roundtable Discussion held at Legazpi, Albay organized by the Centre for Initiatives and Research on Climate Adaptation (CIRCA) in 2008.

The roundtable aims to cover issues ranging from the physics, impacts, scientific infrastructure, tools and innovations affecting risk reduction and adaptation.

Due to limited seats, please confirm your attendance by contacting Mr. Andy Gutierrez at 426-5921 andy@observatory.ph or Ms. Sandee Recabar sandee@observatory.ph on or before Tuesday, October 12, 2010.

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