Bridging Science and Community in Isla de Ometepe, Nicaragua: UP NOAH Center’s Resilience Live Episode 7

Written by: For. Janiella Sandoval and Ella Santiaguel The Resilience Live webinar series, in its 7th episode, brought to light the groundbreaking geopark project in Isla de Ometepe, Nicaragua, and the pivotal role of science-based information in empowering the local community. The episode featured Dr. Benjamin van Wyk de Vries, a professor of volcanology at […]

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UP NOAH Center’s Resilience Live Episode 6 addresses the place of Geoheritage in the Anthropocene Epoch

By: For. Rysch Nae Subijano and Ric Christian Tolero For its 6th episode, Resilience Live explored Geoheritage for Resilience Building in the Anthropocene: Seeking out the leadership challenges of the 21st Century on 29 February 2024 via Zoom. The episode featured Dr. Christine Mortimer, Deputy Academic Dean at Lancaster University in the United Kingdom (UK) […]

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UP NOAH Center’s Resilience LIVE Episode 4 delves into Tropical Cyclones and Water-related Disasters

By: April Dawn F. Tegelan and Marie Claire P. Mandar How can students and researchers contribute to making the Philippines Disaster Resilient? This question was explored by Dr. Lea Dasallas,  a researcher for the Water Resources and Environmental Research Center, K-water Research Institute, during the 5th episode of Resilience Live.    Held last 30 November […]

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