Amparo, Jennifer Marie S.
Prof. Jennifer Marie S. Amparo is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Social Development Services, College of Human Ecology, University of the Philippines Los Banos. She is a PhD scholar at the Australian National University under the Australia Awards Scholarship doing research on analyzing social-ecological traps using a human-ecological systems-based framework. She has a MA Sociology degree from UP Diliman and a cum laude graduate of BS Human Ecology from UP Los Banos.
Prof. Amparo has worked with an interdisciplinary team to create training modules and train local government units and academics in integrating CCA/M and DRM in local development plans and projects in 2012-2014. She has also presented a number of research and paper on the topic in international and local conferences specifically on integrating CCA/M and DRM in local governance/administration and local CCA adaptation of small-scale fish farms in the Philippines.
1. Amparo, JS et al. Against the Odds: Small-scale fishers' Climate Change Adaptation through a social-ecological resilience lens. Paper presented at the Asia Pacific Climate Change Adaptation Forum, October 2, 2014, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
2. Amparo, JS et al. Mainstreaming Climate Change Adaptation at the Local Government Unit through Community-engaged scholarship. Paper presented at the Asia Pacific Climate Change Adaptation Forum, March 19, 2013, Incheon, Republic of Korea
3. Training-Workshop on Participatory Capacity Vulnerability Assessment (PCVA) for Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (DRRM) Planning. Training of Trainors' Module. 2012. Department of Social Development Services, College of Human Ecology, University of the Philippines