Philippines - climate change act 2009 - ccc

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  1. 1. Naderev M. Saño Climate Change Commission National C N ti l Consultation on St lt ti Strengthening Cli t R ili th i Climate Resilience SEAMEO- SEAMEO-INNOTECH, Quezon City May 18, 2010 Disaster Ri k R d ti and Di t Risk Reduction d Climate Change Adaptation: The Climate Change Act of 2009
  2. 2. ONDOY - 585 mm / 24 inches
  3. 3. Declaration of Policy Afford full protection and advancement of right of the people to healthful ecology Adoption of the Philippine Agenda 21 framework fulfill human needs while maintaining quality of natural environment for current and future generations
  4. 4. Declaration of Policy Principle of common but differentiated responsibility Precautionary Principle UNFCCC objectives j Stabilization of GHG Adaptation, food security, economic sustainability Hyogo Framework for Action Adoption of strategic goals to build national and local resilience to climate change-related disasters change-
  5. 5. Declaration of Policy Recognition of vulnerability of local communities Recognition of most vulnerable g sectors: the poor, women, children
  6. 6. Declaration of Policy Participation of national gov’t, LGUs, business NGOs local LGUs business, NGOs, communities in responding to adverse impacts d i t Gender-sensitive pro-children Gender-sensitive, pro- and pro-poor perspective pro-
  7. 7. Declaration of Policy The State recognizes that Cli t Change and DRR Climate Ch closely closely interrelated are interrelated i l d and effective DRR will enhance Climate Change Cli t Ch adaptive capacity adaptive capacity
  8. 8. Declaration of Policy The State integrates DRR into Climate Change programs and initiatives
  9. 9. Climate Change Commission C i i Independent and autonomous body Sole policy-making body of the policy- government tasked to coordinate, monitor and evaluate CC programs and action plans
  10. 10. Climate Change Commission Board of Commissioners / Commission Proper President of the Republic of the  ADVISORY BOARD Philippines Secretaries: NATIONAL PANEL  Chairperson •Department of Agriculture OF TECHNICAL  •Department of Energy EXPERTS •Department of Environment & Natural Resources •Department of Education Commissioner Commissioner/Vice‐ Commissioner •Department of Foreign Affairs Chair* •Department of Health •Department of Interior and Local Government •Department of National Defense/ NDCC Chair •Department of Public Works & Highways •Department of Public Works & Highways •Department of Science & Technology •Department of Social Welfare and Development •Department of Trade and Industry Climate Change Office •Department of Transportation & Communications •Director General of National Economic &  Development Authority/ PCSD Chair Executive Director Executive Director* •Director General of the National Security Council •Chair of the National Commission on the Role of  Fiiipino Women Presidents: Officers** •League of Provinces •League of Cities •League of Cities •League of Municipalities •Liga ng mga Barangay Staff** Sectoral Representatives: •Academe •Business Sector •Non‐governmental organizations As provided for by Republic Act 9729 * The Vice Chairperson of the Commission serves as the Executive Director of the Climate Change Office **Positions subject to approval by Commission Proper
  11. 11. Advisory Board DA, DoE, DENR, DepEd, DFA, DOH, DILG, DND/NDCC, DPWH, DOST, DSWD, DTI, DOTC, NEDA/PCSD, NSC, NCRFW, League of Provinces, League of Cities, League of Municipalities Liga ng mga Barangay Cities Municipalities, Barangay, Academe, Business sector, NGO
  12. 12. Powers & Functions relevant to DRR CCA DRR:CCA Mainstreaming of CC, in synergy with DRR Framework Strategy on CC National Program/ Action Plan Recommendations on legislation, p g policies, strategies, programs Key development investments in climate-sensitive climate- sectors Enabling environment for broader multi- multi- stakeholder participation
  13. 13. Powers & Functions relevant to DRR CCA DRR:CCA Coordinate and establish a close partnership with the National Disaster Coordinating Council in order to increase efficiency and effectiveness in d i ffi i d ff i i reducing the people’s vulnerability to climate- climate- related disasters Guidelines for determining vulnerability to CC impacts and adaptation assessments p p Coordination with LGUs and private entities to address vulnerability to CC impacts y p
  14. 14. Powers & Functions relevant to DRR CCA DRR:CCA Facilitation of capacity building for local adaptation planning, implementation and monitoring of CC initiatives in vulnerable communities and areas Technical and financial support to local research and development programs and projects in vulnerable communities and areas ii d Dissemination of information on Climate h Cli t change Local vulnerabilities and risks Relevant laws and protocols Adaptation and mitigation measures
  15. 15. CLIMATE CHANGE WILL EXACERBATE THE IMPACTS OF EXISTING NON CLIMATE NON-CLIMATE STRESSORS AND INSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGES on ALL SECTORS
  16. 16. Framework Strategy and Program on CC gy g Basis for a program for CC planning, research and development, extension, and monitoring of activities t protect vulnerable communities from i i i to t t l bl iti f the adverse effects of CC Formulated b d on CC vulnerabilities, specific F l d based l bili i ifi adaptation needs, mitigation potential, international agreements g Review every 3 years
  17. 17. National Framework Strategy   CLIMATE CHANGE on Climate Change • • Increasing temperatures Changing rainfall patterns • Sea level rise • Extreme weather events h IMPACTS AND  VISION: VULNERABILITY CLIMATE PROCESS DRIVERS A climate risk‐resilient Philippines with  • Ecosystems (River Basins, Coastal  • Energy & Marine, Biodiversity) • Transport healthy, safe, prosperous and self‐reliant  • Food security ood secu ty • Land Use Change & Forestry communities, and thriving and productive  • Water resources • Agriculture   • Human health • Waste ecosystems • Infrastructure • Energy • Human society   SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT Goal: To build the adaptive  capacity of communities and  increase the resilience of natural  ecosystems to climate change, and  ECONOMY optimize mitigation opportunities  towards sustainable development. MITIGATION ADAPTATION • Enhanced Vulnerability and Adaptation Assessments • Energy Efficiency & Conservation • Integrated Ecosystem‐Based Management • Renewable Energy • Climate‐Responsive Agriculture • Environmentally‐Sustainable  • Water Governance & Management Transport • Climate‐Responsive Health Sector • Sustainable Infrastructure • Disaster Risk Reduction & Management • National REDD+ Strategy National REDD+ Strategy • Climate‐proofing of Infrastructure • Waste Management Capacity  Knowledge  IEC & Gender Research & Development Multi‐stakeholder Financing Policy, Planning  & Development Management Mainstreaming Technology Transfer Partnerships Valuation  Advocacy Mainstreaming  CROSS‐CUTTING STRATEGIES MEANS OF IMPLEMENTATION
  18. 18. CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS AND VULNERABILITIES Ecosystems      Energy          Food         Water   Health               Human Society Infrastructure Capacity  Development Multi‐Stakeholder Partnerships ADAPTATION Knowledge  Management  Enhanced Vulnerability and  MITIGATION Adaptation Assessments Energy Efficiency & Conservation                           Integrated Ecosystem‐Based     Sustainable Infrastructure Sustainable Infrastructure Financing g Management Renewable Energy                                       IEC and Advocacy Climate‐Responsive Agriculture Environmentally‐Sustainable  Water Governance & Management Transport                                           Climate‐Responsive Health Sector National REDD+ Strategy Waste Management Valuation Research and  Research and Disaster Risk Reduction & Mgt Disaster Risk Reduction & Mgt Development/  Climate‐Proofing Infrastructure Technology  Transfer Policy, Planning  and  and Gender  GOAL Mainstreaming Mainstreaming To build the adaptive capacity of communities  CROSS‐CUTTING and increase the resilience of natural ecosystems  and increase the resilience of natural ecosystems MEANS OF to climate change, and optimize mitigation  IMPLEMENTATION opportunities towards sustainable development.
  19. 19. Framework Strategy and Program on CC gy g National priorities Impact, vulnerability and adaptation assessments Policy formulation P li f l i Compliance w/ international commitments Research and development p Database development and management Academic programs, capacity building and mainstreaming Advocacy and information dissemination Monitoring and evaluation Gender G d mainstreaming i t i
  20. 20. THE NATIONAL CLIMATE CHANGE ACTION PLAN
  21. 21. National CC Action Plan Assessment of CC national impacts Identification of most vulnerable communities/areas Identification of differential impacts of CC on men, women, children Assessment and management of risk and vulnerability Mitigation potentials Identification of options, prioritization of appropriate adaptation measures p
  22. 22. Local CC Action Plan LGUs as frontline agencies Barangays to be directly involved with LGUs in g y y prioritizing CC issues Climate change adaptation to become a regular function of municipal and city LGUs Inter-LGU collaboration Inter-
  23. 23. Local CC Action Plan LGUs to regularly update CC Action Plans Reflect social, economic, and environmental , , conditions and emerging issues LGUs to mobilize and allocate resources to implement action plans l l LGUs expressly authorized to use IRA to implement local CC Action Plan
  24. 24. Multi-sectoral Multi- participation ti i ti In the development of the National CC Action Plan, Local CC Action Plans The Commission shall coordinate with NGOs, civic organizations, academe, POs, private and corporate sectors and other concerned stakeholder groups d h d k h ld
  25. 25. Funding allocation for Climate Change Cli t Ch All relevant gov’t agencies, LGUs shall allocate funds for formulation, dev’t and implementation (including i i (i l di training, capacity b ildi and di i building d direct intervention) of CC programs and plans, public awareness campaigns and mitigation solutions p g g Special mention of educational and training p g programs and micro-credit schemes for women in micro- rural areas
  26. 26. Peace Biodiversity Food Economy Energy gy Fisheries Education Climate Change Water Health Business Forests Environment Human Settlements Agriculture
  27. 27. WE MUST PROTECT OUR PEOPLE OUR ENVIRONMENT OUR FUTURE
  28. 28. CLIMATE CHANGE OUR OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE THE PHILIPPINES A BETTER NATION
  29. 29. R.S.I. RSI
  30. 30. The QWERTY keyboard
  31. 31. The Dvorak keyboard
  32. 32. DO NOT BE AFRAID OF CHANGE. CHANGE
  33. 33. We are  W     at war. at war
  34. 34. Can we survive  climate change?
  35. 35. Can we  win this  battle?
  36. 36. WE WILL WE WILL.
  37. 37. Salamat!

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