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PRESIDENTIAL TASK FORCE ON CLIMATE CHANGE

PRESIDENTIAL TASK FORCE ON CLIMATE CHANGE

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  • Climate Change: The Philippine Response Presentation of Framework & Structure CLIMATE CHANGE, ENERGY & DEVELOPMENT PLANNING: A MULTI-SECTORAL REGIONAL DIALOGUE KALANTIAO GRAND BALLROOM, SARABIA MANOR HOTEL, ILOILO CITY JUNE 6, 2008 GARRIE A. DAVID Executive Director Presidential Task Force on Climate Change
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  • The science is clear and convincing, but we need to ask:
    • How will climate change impact the Philippines?
    • How should we address the problem?
  • Philippines is highly vulnerable to the effects of climate change.
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  • Guiding principles of the Task Force 1. Align with the global agenda 2. Involve community through holistic strategy 3. Synchronize efforts across disciplines, agencies and sectors 4. Emphasize local efforts and interventions
  • Mitigation Adaptation Financial Resources Technology Solutions Social Mobilization and Advocacy Effective Governance of CC Response Pro-Action and Cooperation Among Diverse Stakeholders Lifestyle Changes Highlighting Urgency of International Action on Mitigation Commitments
  • Mitigation Adaptation
  • The Mitigation Imperative
  • The Mitigation Imperative
    • We have to do our share as part of global community through, (e.g.)
    • Climate-friendly energy supply mix
    • Policy incentives for renewable energy
    • Diverse interventions in:
      • Energy Generation
      • Energy Efficiency
      • Transport/consumer behavior
    • Address vulnerabilities of specific sectors and areas.
    • Focus on disaster-prone settlements, high-risk population centers, and food production areas.
    Adaptation Response Guidelines
  • Mitigation Adaptation Financial Resources Technology Solutions
  • Financing Interventions
    • Search for financing mechanisms in support of local and sectoral initiatives.
    • ODA funds
    • Market-based incentives
    • Subsidies targeted at lowering costs for power generation using solar, wind and other clean technologies
    • Innovative lending schemes
    • Mitigation : climate-friendly technologies for low-carbon infrastructure for energy, agriculture, industry, transportation and settlements.
    • Task Force to facilitate transfer of technology through bilateral, multilateral and regional agreements.
    Technology Solutions
    • Adaptation : introduce new methods of technologies
  • Mitigation Adaptation Financial Resources Technology Solutions Social Mobilization and Advocacy
  • Social Mobilization
    • Various stakeholders such as:
      • Home and Office Builders
      • Local Government Officials
      • Car Manufacturers
      • Mall Owners
      • Appliance Makers
      • Academe
      • Others
    Create critical mass of climate change advocates who can make a difference!
  • Mitigation Adaptation Financial Resources Technology Solutions Social Mobilization and Advocacy Effective Governance of CC Response Pro-Action and Cooperation Among Diverse Stakeholders Lifestyle Changes Highlighting Urgency of International Action on Mitigation Commitments
  • WHAT PAGSO CAN DO
    • Social Mobilization
    • with the influence of PAGSO, internal and external within LGU, creating awareness and walking our talk can be the primary contribution
    • Pro-active
    • during period of calamity GSO are among the first agency of LGU required to be responsive to the need of the people, thus it will be better for us to contribute in being prepared and ready.
  • WHAT PAGSO CAN DO
    • Life Style Change
    • GSO can initiate the immediate lifestyle change required to make energy efficient activity, since utilities management and logistical support are among the primary concern of GSO
    • Align with other initiative
    • We have yellow tag, palit-ilaw, renewable energy, solid waste disposal and management,
  • Task Force Organizational Chart
  • Climate Change: The Philippine Response Strategic Framework and Action Plan Version 1 GARRIE A. DAVID Executive Director Presidential Task Force on Climate Change