Why is the Philippine prone to hazards like typhoons and floods?
Who are the most vulnerable when floods and typhoons come?
What can we do about it?
Based on the research findings of CCARPH, this animated lecture entitled “RISK AND RESILIENCE IN THE CITY” answers these questions in animated form.
This science communication project received support from the Coastal Cities at Risk: Investing in Climate and Disaster Resilience in the Philippines (CCARPH), a transdisciplinary action research project implemented by the Ateneo de Manila University and Manila Observatory, in partnership with the National Resilience Council, with the support of the International Development Research Council (IDRC, Canada), and in collaboration with Areté, the university’s creative and innovation hub.