March 22-23 Presentations_Climate Change Commission 2

Report
Understanding the Legal Mandates for
DRRM and LCCA planning
Based on the most recent
developments in the global
efforts to solve climate
change,
we are in for a very
challenging future
Co-benefits
No regrets
Types of adaptation
Autonomous
Planned
Levels of adaptation
Species, Genus
Ecosystems
Biogeographic zones/ clusters
Ecoregions
Levels of climate action
Community
Province/City/Municipality
Regional
National
International Regional
Adaptation must address
root causes
National Framework Strategy
on Climate Change
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CLIMATE CHANGE
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Increasing temperatures
Changing rainfall patterns
Sea level rise
Extreme weather events
VISION:
A climate risk-resilient Philippines with
healthy, safe, prosperous and self-reliant
communities, and thriving and productive
ecosystems
CLIMATE PROCESS
Energy DRIVERS
Transport
Land Use Change & Forestry
Agriculture
Waste
SUSTAINABLE
DEVELOPMENT
SOCIETY
Goal: To build the adaptive capacity
of communities and increase the
resilience of natural ecosystems to
climate change, and optimize
mitigation opportunities towards
sustainable development.
MITIGATION
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Capacity
Development
Knowledge
Management
IMPACTS AND
VULNERABILITY
IEC &
Advocacy
Energy Efficiency & Conservation
Renewable Energy
Environmentally-Sustainable Transport
Sustainable Infrastructure
National REDD+ Strategy
Waste Management
Gender
Research & Development
Mainstreaming Technology Transfer
CROSS-CUTTING STRATEGIES
• Ecosystems (River Basins,
Coastal & Marine, Biodiversity)
• Food security
• Water resources
• Human health
• Infrastructure
• Energy
• Human society
ENVIRONMENT
ECONOMY
ADAPTATION
• Enhanced Vulnerability and Adaptation Assessments
• Integrated Ecosystem-Based Management
• Climate-Responsive Agriculture
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Water Governance & Management
Climate-Responsive Health Sector
Disaster Risk Reduction & Management
Climate-proofing of Infrastructure
Multi-stakeholder
Partnerships
Financing
Valuation
Policy, Planning &
Mainstreaming
MEANS OF IMPLEMENTATION
• 2011 to 2028
• address urgent and
immediate needs and
concerns relating to the
dangerous consequences of
climate change to
vulnerable sectors such
as agriculture, water
resources, ecosystems,
humans and infrastructure
services
• Keeping the Promise in the
President’s Social Contract
• Adopted 11-22-11
NCCAP:
Ultimate Goal
Build the adaptive capacities
of women and men in their
communities, increase the
resilience of vulnerable
sectors and natural
ecosystems to climate
change, and optimize
mitigation opportunities
towards gender-responsive
and rights-based sustainable
development
Intermediate Outcomes
Ecological and
Environmental
Stability
Human
Security
Water
Sufficiency
Climate-Smart
Industries and
Services
Sustainable
Energy
Knowledge and
Capacity
Development
Food Security
Enhanced adaptive capacity of
communities, resilience of
natural ecosystems, and
sustainability of built
environment to climate change.
Successful
transition
towards
climate-smart
development.
Ultimate Outcomes
How do we
localize climate action?
Key Directions
LGUs located within Ecotowns to
be areas of priorities for
green growth investment and
payment for ecological services
(PES)
Comprehensive National
Vulnerability and
Adaptation Assessment
& Climate Risk Analysis
National Natural
Resource
Accounting (Total Economic
Valuation)
Establish the Ecotowns in Key
Biodiversity Areas (sensitive forest,
coastal and marine ecosystems,
small islands, food baskets)
The whole
National
Budget as Climate Change
Adaptation Budget
CCT+CCA with protection
of natural resources as the
condition
Climate Financing for
Adaptation
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To manage the unavoidable and
avoid the unmanageable
Local Climate Change Action Plan
LGUs as
frontline
agencies
Barangays to be directly
involved with LGUs in
prioritizing CCA and DRR
issues
CCA and DRR to become a
regular function of municipal
and city LGUs
Is adaptation all
about climate
change
Adaptation is
about
paradigm
shifts
It is a useless life that is not
consecrated to a great ideal.
-Jose Rizal
Salamat!
www.climate.gov.ph

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