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  • 1. Conference Background
  • 2. Early beginning
    • A “tap” from PhilDHRRA’s strategic plan
    • Just like a routine of development work
      • Not so exciting
      • Seems to be just one of the various issues that NGOs will have to face
      • Is it a big deal?
  • 3. A “pinch” from LWR
    • PhilDHRRA was requested to submit a proposal to organize a conference for its partners
      • LWR-Philippines got a mandate from its head office to take action on climate change
      • Existing and future projects must be climate responsive
  • 4. Opening a Pandora’s Box and a Treasure Chest at the same time?
    • PhilDHRRA requested SUCCEED to undertake a research on Climate Change.
    • The research findings created a heart pounding jolt!
      • Global Warming poses a grave danger to humanity.
      • No issue has “united” the world as profound as this.
        • Common perception among CSOs, scientific communities, governments, big and small businesses and even school children!
      • Big potential for a reflow of wealth from developed to developing countries!
      • Can potentially cure the “malnutrition” of many NGOs are suffering in terms of funding.
  • 5. Making the idea larger than itself
    • Why not make it big?
      • Proposal to expand participation in the conference were sent to FPE and was readily approved in principle.
      • PhilDHRRA national sent a proposal to World Bank CSF and was approved also.
      • We asked other FAs, No time for fund processing, but they will send their NGO partners. CAFOD, PEF, other MINGO members.
    • Climate change is a special issue. Why not do it in an unusual way? It should be a conference with a plus!
      • A pre-conference interactive website
      • A pre-conference Video trailer
      • Marry climate change agenda and social entrepreneurship
      • Make the conference rich with video and animated documentaries to demystify the physical and social science of it.
  • 6. Making the idea larger than itself
    • Why not make it big?
      • Proposal to expand participation in the conference were sent to FPE and was readily approved in principle.
      • PhilDHRRA national sent a proposal to World Bank CSF and was approved also.
      • We asked other FAs, No time for fund processing, but they will send their NGO partners. CAFOD, PEF, other MINGO members.
    • Climate change is a special issue. Why not do it in an unusual way? It should be a conference with a plus!
      • A pre-conference interactive website
      • A pre-conference Video trailer
      • Marry climate change agenda and social entrepreneurship
      • Make the conference rich with video and animated documentaries to demystify the physical and social science of it.
  • 7. The Conference Website
  • 8. Website’s Reach After Two Weeks
  • 9. What should be avoided? “ pagkatapos tayong takutin, iwan tayo sa ere!” Action! Action! Action! Action!
  • 10. RATIONALE
  • 11. Rationale:
    • While climate change has already become a global agenda, it has been observed that civil society organizations operating in Mindanao are not entirely adept to these issues , much more with operating frameworks on how to integrate the concern in the day to day operations of doing development work thru various community based projects.
    • Be ready. Funding and donor institutions would soon require rationalization of the related issues in the design, development and implementation in community projects proposed for grant funding.
    • A trend is unfolding that initiatives for climate change mitigation and adaptation would potentially broaden the financial resource base of CSOs as concepts of carbon trading and offsetting could possibly be a possible future source of funding for non-profit organizations, if the dynamics of such are fully understood.
  • 12. OBJECTIVES
  • 13. What we plan to achieve
    • A heightened awareness on Climate Change issues among participants.
    • This 3 day conference will jumpstart a vigorous mass movement in Mindanao against climate change.
    • Compile and disseminate media rich info materials and make it accessible at the tip of the finger.
      • CD
      • Website
      • Handouts/kits
    • Discuss a framework for climate change sensitive and responsive community development projects.
    • Pave the way for a global network that will advance the Mindanao climate agenda thru a social networking site.
    • Identify and discuss project concept that intertwines climate agenda and social entrepreneurship.
    • Craft the Mindanao Climate Change Agenda and roadmap
    • Organize a CSO initiated but partnership driven Mindanao institutional body to advance the Mindanao
  • 14. Conference Flow
  • 15. Day 1: shock and awe
    • All about carbon and climate change
      • The Science
      • The Economics
      • The Impact
        • From Antartica to Davao City
        • From slums to farms
        • From the beach to the forest
      • Global and Local Responses
  • 16. Day 1 Topics
  • 17. Day 1 Videos
  • 18. Day 2: Discern, We can beat the heat!
    • The Social Dimension of Climate Change
      • A new kind of development markmanship.
    • Climate change is democratizing wealth.
      • Will carbon make you rich?
    • CSO can do it! LGU can do it!
      • “ Beat the heat” case studies
    • Carbon Solidarity Night
  • 19. Day 2: Presentations
  • 20. Day 2: Videos
  • 21. Day 3:Don’t stop at teaching a man how to fish. Revolutionize the fishing industry!
    • Social entrepreneurship and Climate Change Projects
    • Lets synthesize what we learned so far.
    • Then decide on the framework for climate change response.
      • From a single community to the entire island of Mindanao to elsewhere in the globe.
    • Lets organize and connect Mindanao communities to the rest of the world.
    • Then ask the donors how can you help us and maybe how can we help them?
    • What we will convey to the world: our Mindanao declaration about Climate Change
  • 22. Day 3: Topics