- Advance knowledge of climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction for resilience
1.1 Characterize and visualize climate and atmospheric hazards, across space and time, using state of the science approaches in selected coastal cities
1.2. Understand the evolving exposures, and contextual vulnerability and capacities of multiple stakeholders
- Develop methodologies and tools for climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction for resilience
2.1. Examine the elements and indicators of a resilient city, developed by the National Resilience Council, and its application in developing a City Resilience Suite.
2.2. Inform and enhance existing tools and approaches, such as the Climate and Disaster Risk Assessment (CDRA) used in disaster and climate risk governance in the Philippines.
- Enhance capacity and transfer knowledge for climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction for resilience
3.1. Enhance capacity through the newly-created Master in Disaster Risk and Resilience (MDRR) program specially designed for the public and private sectors and develop risk and resilience research utilization approaches that can strengthen its implementation.
C2. Deliver multi-stakeholder and transdisciplinary work with the National Resilience Council to inform policy reform and/or formulate public and private practice on resilience, including plans and actions for Resilient Cities 2022