In this third and final Climate Voices webinar, you will be joined by two guest speakers: Dr Ma Assunta C. Cuyegkeng, Professor, Department of Educational Leadership and Management, and Ms Raquel Cementina-Olpoc, an instructor from the Department of Leadership and Strategy, both from the Ateneo de Manila University. Dr Cuyegkeng and Ms Cementina-Olpoc will share their insights on disaster risks of microenterprises. They dive into how this critical sector makes sense of their experience of climate change, and what their climate information needs are.
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This webinar is the first in the series “Climate Voices on the Ground: Perspectives from Different Sectors”. Learn more about the other two webinars:
- Community-based Organizations and the Roots of Resilience
- Climate Information Needs of Coastal Communities
My Climate Risk (MCR) is a lighthouse activity of the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP). This aims to develop and mainstream a ‘bottom-up’ approach to regional climate risk, which starts with a better understanding of local contexts and the requirements of decision-makers. Ateneo de Manila University, through the Ateneo Institute of Sustainability (AIS), now hosts one of the Asia-Pacific hubs of MCR. Consistent with the aims of MCR, the ADMU Hub wishes to bring people’s experiences on the ground to the fore, and to highlight the perspectives of different stakeholders and sectors on their experiences of climate change and how they are using climate information in addressing climate risks, particularly in Southeast Asia.