“Let us take full advantage of this occasion in providing a platform that further enhances our regional collaboration so that we could better respond to the risks of climate change,” UPLB Chancellor Fernando C. Sanchez, Jr. urged the participants of the Workshop on Enhancing Climate Change Adaptation in Southeast Asia.
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The School of Environmental Science and Management (SESAM), in cooperation with the University of the Philippines Los Baños Climate Risk Studies Center (UPLB CRSC), held its 7th Green Seminar Series entitled "Cryosphere Chapter of the IPCC WG1 Report – Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis" last 16 October 2015 at the SESAM Lecture Hall.
The University of the Philippines is one of the institutional partners of the Climate Change Commission and the National Youth Commission for the #NowPH Campaign. #NowPH aims to empower young people to help raise public consciousness on the science of climate change and on ways to lead a climate-resilient and climate-smart lifestyle.
We would like to invite you and your colleagues to participate in the Sustainable Built Environment 2016 Conference (SBE16 Manila) to be held on July 13-15, 2016 in Manila. SBE16 Manila is a regional conference of the International Initiatives on Sustainable Built Environment (iiSBE), jointly organized by the UP College of Engineering (UPCOE), UP College of Architecture (UPCA) and UP School of Urban and Regional Planning (SURP). This 3-day conference with the theme “Sustainable Built Design” aims to promote and facilitate the adoption of methods, policies and tools to accelerate movements towards global sustainable built environments.
Dubbed an 'anti-Monopoly,' a Philippine-made game challenges players to spur development through investments while ensuring that environment is resilient to climate change impacts.
We are responsible for the kind of world our future generation will live in. No matter what we do, even if we stop all our CO2 emissions now, it is inevitable that our planet will get warmer since there are still residual emissions left caused by the industrialization from the past decades.