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1 Understanding the Legal Mandates for DRRM and LCCA planning

2 Based on the most recent developments in the global efforts to solve climate change, we are in for a very challenging future

3 Co-benefits No regrets

4 Types of adaptation Autonomous Planned

5 Levels of adaptation Species, Genus Ecosystems Biogeographic zones/ clusters Ecoregions

6 Levels of climate action Community Province/City/Municipality Regional National International Regional

7 Adaptation must address root causes

8 SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ECONOMY SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 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. VISION: A climate risk-resilient Philippines with healthy, safe, prosperous and self-reliant communities, and thriving and productive ecosystems CLIMATE CHANGE Increasing temperatures Changing rainfall patterns Sea level rise Extreme weather events IMPACTS AND VULNERABILITY Ecosystems (River Basins, Coastal & Marine, Biodiversity) Food security Water resources Human health Infrastructure Energy Human society ADAPTATION Enhanced Vulnerability and Adaptation Assessments Integrated Ecosystem-Based Management Climate-Responsive Agriculture Water Governance & Management Climate-Responsive Health Sector Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Climate-proofing of Infrastructure MITIGATION Energy Efficiency & Conservation Renewable Energy Environmentally-Sustainable Transport Sustainable Infrastructure National REDD+ Strategy Waste Management CLIMATE PROCESS DRIVERS Energy Transport Land Use Change & Forestry Agriculture Waste Capacity Development Knowledge Management Research & Development Technology Transfer Financing Policy, Planning & Mainstreaming CROSS-CUTTING STRATEGIES National Framework Strategy on Climate Change Multi-stakeholder Partnerships MEANS OF IMPLEMENTATION IEC & Advocacy Gender Mainstreaming Valuation

9 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

10 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 NCCAP: Ultimate Goal

11 Successful transition towards climate-smart development. Successful transition towards climate-smart development. Enhanced adaptive capacity of communities, resilience of natural ecosystems, and sustainability of built environment to climate change. Food Security Water Sufficiency Knowledge and Capacity Development Ecological and Environmental Stability Sustainable Energy Climate-Smart Industries and Services Human Security Ultimate Outcomes Intermediate Outcomes

12 How do we localize climate action?

13 Establish the Ecotowns in Key Biodiversity Areas (sensitive forest, coastal and marine ecosystems, small islands, food baskets) 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 The whole National Budget as Climate Change Adaptation Budget National Natural Resource Accounting (Total Economic Valuation) CCT+CCA with protection of natural resources as the condition Climate Financing for Adaptation

14 + To manage the unavoidable and avoid the unmanageable

15 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

16 Is adaptation all about climate change

17 Adaptation is about paradigm shifts

18 It is a useless life that is not consecrated to a great ideal. -Jose Rizal

19 Salamat!


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