- Training Course
- Earthquakes and Megacities Initiative (EMI)
- Other organizer:
- Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the (GFDRR)
- 28 Jan - 27 Feb 2013
- Philippines (Quezon City, Metro Manila)
- 2F Puno Bldg. Annex 47, Kalayaan Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Metro Manila, 1101
Climate Change and Disaster Risk (CCDR) is a four-week specialization course within the Natural Disaster Risk Management Program that aims at supporting the global agenda of managing the risks associated with climate change through increased knowledge and awareness of development practitioners and policy makers at the national and local levels.
The course gives a brief introduction to the science of climate change, reviews the climate change impacts on natural hazards, the trends in magnitude and frequency of climatic extremes and changes in average climatic conditions. It explores the inter-linkages between disaster risk management and climate change adaptation and outlines strategies, methods and tools for integrated climate risk management.
Event feeUS $250.00, Discounts are available through group enrollment to encourage institutional learning.
Target audienceThis course is offered to disaster risk management professionals, development practitioners, government officials, policymakers,consultants, researchers and specialists of training and academic institutions, NGO representatives, humanitarian and community leaders, who are interested in acquiring fundamental knowledge of climate change adaptation (CCA) and disaster risk management (DRM) and their linkages to sustainable development challenges.
How to register
Online registration only. Kindly visit this link and fill in the application at www.emi-megacities.org/ndrmp-form.
Deadline of Application is on January 23, 2012
Additional instructions on registration and payment procedures will be sent via e-mail, so please check your e-mail regularly. Your payment should be received no later than January 23, 2012.
For inquiries, please email Jesus Dominic Dizon at [email protected]
- Climate Change, Advocacy & Media, Disaster Risk Management