Umbrella Program on Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation for Southeast Asia: Framework for Collaboration 2015-2020
In line with the overall thrust of SEARCA in its 10th Five Year Plan (FYP) of inclusive and sustainable agricultural and rural development (ISARD), the Umbrella Program on Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation for Southeast Asia or Umbrella Program on CChAM has been developed to serve as a platform for collaborative research and development (R&D), and knowledge management and capacity development (KMCD) on climate change adaptation and resiliency in Southeast Asia.
The Umbrella Program on CChAM is not an attempt to develop a new research agenda on climate change nor does it attempt to put all the existing research agenda of the partner institutions under one “umbrella program”. In as much as institutions already have their respective priorities, focus areas on the subject matter, and accomplishments, this umbrella program identifies priority areas of convergence and collaboration at the regional and sub-regional levels, where institutions can work together, pool resources, and address gaps or move in directions where their joint efforts provide a strategic advantage for climate resiliency in SEA. It is hoped that the synergy created by the Umbrella Program can produce added value in terms of new knowledge, technologies, capacities, processes, and inputs to policies at the national and ASEAN levels than what is currently being generated by institutions working on their own specific research agenda.
This Umbrella Program on CChAM is seen as strategic and is anchored on the ASEAN Multi-Sectoral Framework on Climate Change (AFCC) and reflective of areas where there is willingness to collaborate at the regional level among the participating institutions. It can also support the implementation of the ASEAN Vision for Food, Agriculture and Forestry (2016-2025) where climate change will be a crucial concern. It is likewise drawn from the work, experiences, and lessons of other institutions and research programs working on related subject matter. The framework for collaboration shown below and the thematic/subthematic projects and activities laid out have been developed from a scoping study of frameworks, initiatives, and literature on climate change in the region and validated in the Regional Consultation Workshop held on 12-14 May 2015 in Hanoi, Vietnam with 59 participants, representing government, academe and research institutions, non-government organizations, and international organizations based in different countries.
To enable the AMS Leaders and Focal Points to quickly respond to emerging issues and challenges and articulate policy recommendations and directions on social forestry as it relates to climate change, food security, and poverty alleviation.
To support regional/ASEAN-level initiatives of developing policy frameworks and guidelines for cross-sectoral collaboration in support of the ASEAN Multi- Sectoral Framework on Climate Change: Agriculture and Forestry towards Food Security (AFCC) 2016-2025, and the ASEAN Vision of Regional Cooperation in Food, Agriculture and Forestry (ASEAN-FAF) 2016-2025.
ASEAN Working Group on Social Forestry (ASRF); Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC); Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR); Non-Timber Forest Product-Exchange Programme (NTFP-EP); Center for People and Forests (RECOFTC); World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF)
provide funds and/or need-based services which could be any of the following: quick "turn-around" studies; exploratory reviews; meta-analysis/analytical studies and think pieces; dialogues/roundtable discussions/national and local consultation; and learning exchange activities
provide funds for AMS Leaders and Focal Points on social forestry to present a paper in a conference or forum relevant to their work on SF
development of a Business Plan for ASRF to determine how the fund can grow, analyzing possible fund leverage schemes from international donors and AMS.
Harvest SEARCA's 40 year-experience in ARD and bring this to bear upon the lives of the rural poor and vulnerable sectors in the Region;
Enhance the capacity of communities and partner institutions in effective agricultural systems that demonstrate increased benefit for the poor and vulnerable groups through integrated ground-level interventions; and
Assess the enabling environment, processes and performance in implementing effective agricultural systems.
Showcase need-based productivity-enhancing and environment-friendly technologies and practices and other critical elements of people-centered development;
Draw lessons and identify best practices that can be replicated and expanded in other areas;
Institutionalize active community and local institutions' participation to ensure sustainability of ISARD models and projects; and
Identify anticipated outcomes and impact, and use them to formulate adaptive measures/interventions as well as to integrate the design of impact evaluation studies within the Project design.
VSU, ViCAARP and Inopacan, Leyte LGU; MinSCAT and Victoria, Oriental Mindoro LGU
Enhance the capacity of communities and partner institutions in effective agricultural systems that demonstrate increased benefit for the poor and vulnerable groups, as well as assess the enabling environment, socio-economic processes and overall performance in implementing effective agricultural systems.
A well-established set of need-based productivity-enhancing and environment-friendly technologies and practices and other critical elements of people-centered development;
A set of recommendations based on lessons drawn and identified best practices that can be used to formulate strategies for replicating and expanding the project in other areas;
Institutionalization of active community and local institutions' participation, through local legislation, that is meant to ensure sustainability of ISARD models and projects; and
Identified set of outcomes and impact that can be used to formulate adaptive measures and interventions, and integration of the design of impact evaluation studies within the Project design.
Strengthen research capacity in food and nutrition security and environmental sustainability toward inclusive and sustainable agricultural and rural development in Southeast Asia
Specifically, strengthen collaborative research capacity of young researchers and scientists in the field of Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation (CChAM) as it relates to agriculture and rural development in the region
IFS; CCAFS; young career scientists in SEA
Collaborative research studies aimed at providing science-based solutions to current issues and concerns in climate change adaptation and mitigation
Improve the nutritional condition and dietary habits of school-aged children by increasing production of locally adapted vegetables through school gardening and consequently contribute to the community's food and nutrition security;
Increase diversity and availability of food within the local community that will meet the nutritional needs of children;
Increase the knowledge and improve the skills of students and teachers on food production and nutrition through experiential learning activities that inculcate the importance of agriculture, environmental concerns, and the use of locally adapted green technologies; and
Reduce families' food expenses, create savings, and provide an alternative source of income for families to alleviate poverty.
DepEd Laguna; UPLB; SEAMES
Phase 1. Preliminary Phase
The preliminary phase includes the selection of pilot schools, conduct of planning workshop, assessment of existing school gardens, baseline study on the nutritional status of children, preparation of garden plans, curricula review and acquisition of garden inputs and structures.
Phase 2. Establishment and Maintenance Phase
Phase 2 involves the establishment and maintenance of the school gardens, development of lesson plans integrating agriculture and nutrition concepts to the current curriculum, development of training manuals, organization of core groups and establishment of linkages and cross-visits and monitoring of project sites.
Phase 3. Value-Adding Phase
Phase 3 includes the following activities: harvesting of produce, assessment of garden produce and utilization, end line study on the nutritional status of children, awarding of outstanding school garden, and development of upscaling strategy.
Strengthening Implementation of Adaptation and Mitigation Initiative in Agriculture (AMIA Project 1)
Apr 2015 – Dec 2016
Strengthen its capacity in providing highly responsive (efficient and resilient) agriculture and fishery support services as envisaged in its Adaptation and Mitigation Initiatives in Agriculture (AMIA) program
Department of Agriculture, Philippines
Recommendations to make DA's policies, planning, operations, monitoring, and evaluation functions related to its key mandates, namely Research and Development (R&D), Agriculture and Fishery Regulation, and Agricultural Extension, Climate Change-resilient
Review of DA's planning, monitoring and evaluation systems including the reformulation of Agriculture Rehabilitation Plan for Yolanda-Affected Areas and recommendations on systems and procedures to achieve CC-resiliency in DA's plans and budget
Establishment and operation of an Integrated Climate Change Geographic Information System (ICCGIS) laboratory at the central office and the production of multi-hazard and crop suitability maps in support of DA's functions
Review and formulation of policies on disaster risks reduction and management (DRRM)
Initial capacity building interventions to key DA officers; and
Initial institutional assessment; and the conduct of special studies in support of above concerns
Coordination of the ASEAN Network on Promoting Climate Resilience of Rice and Other Crops – ASEAN-German Programme on Response to Climate Change (GAP-CC)
Dec 2013 - May 2015
To promote a common understanding of the climate change related threat to the agriculture sector focused on selected crops (rice, maize and cassava);
To identify successful practices and policies at AMS level for tackling these climate change related threats that can be promoted and up-scaled; and
To identify common concerns and capacity needs, and propose regional support strategies and instruments to address these in a coherent manner
(GIZ) Indonesia; ATWGARD
Facilitate the regional platform; and
Establish national research teams in the seven pilot countries with the aim of identification and formulation of regional support measures in strengthening climate resilience of the selected value chains
To identify bottlenecks in the implementation process and entry points for international institutions to support implementation of national mitigation plans in the rice sub-sector
To highlight key stakeholders and their roles as well as posit recommendations on how to effectively involve them to successfully reduce the carbon footprint of rice production in the Philippines and Vietnam
International Rice Research Institute
Improved level of understanding of the dynamics of implementation of climate change mitigation policy, particularly in the rice sub-sector, in the Philippines and Vietnam.
Better grasp of the INDCs, national climate change action plans, related initiatives in GHG mitigation in the rice sub-sector and the resources entailed.
Identified potential bottlenecks in the implementation of national mitigation plans in the rice sub-sector.
Possible entry points for interventions in support of the implementation of national mitigation plans in the rice sub-sector.
Understanding how climate change policies developed at the national level are translated to the local level.
Recommendations on effectively involving stakeholders to reduce the carbon footprint of rice production in the Philippines and Vietnam.
To enable the AMS Focal Points to quickly respond to emerging issues and challenges and articulate policy recommendations and directions on social forestry as it relates to climate change, food security, and poverty alleviation
ASEAN Social Forestry Network (ASFN); Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC); Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR); Non-Timber Forest Product-Exchange Programme (NTFP-EP); Center for People and Forests (RECOFTC); World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF)
Provide funds and/or need-based services which could include, but are not limited to, quick "turn-around" studies; exploratory reviews; meta-analysis/analytical studies and think pieces; study tours; dialogues/roundtable discussions; position or background papers as inputs to policy debates and decision-making; and very strategic training scholarships
ADB TA 7189-INO: Institutional Strengthening for Integrated Water Resources Management in the 6 Cis River Basin Territory (Package E)
Jan 2011 – Mar 2016
Strengthen the institutional capacity of the National, Provincial and Municipal governments of the Republic of Indonesia, in accordance with the 2004 Water Law with implementation directed through common strategic planning
AECOM Asia as the Lead Firm. Funded by the Asian Development Bank.
Increased ability of the stakeholders to successfully and efficiently manage the Water Resources to cope with climate change impact in the CRB area
TA-8493 PHI: Climate Resilience and Green Growth in Critical Watersheds (46441-001)
Apr 2014 – Jun 2017
Integrate climate change and disaster risk reduction and management (DRRM) into national, sector, and local development plans and programs
Asian Development Bank
Project brochures for each of 9 LGUs
LGU-specific case study reports (e.g., GHG inventory)
Vulnerability and impact assessment reports in priority sectors (e.g., water resources, agriculture, transport) for each watershed
Four guidance manuals (a) baseline calculation methodology, (b) GHG inventory, (c) economic valuation of natural resources and ecosystem services, and (d) Payment for Ecosystem Services
TA-8111 PHI: Climate Resilience and Green Growth in the Upper Marikina River Basin Protected Landscape: Demonstrating the Eco-town Framework (46225-001)
Nov 2012 – Sep 2015
Demonstrate the eco-town framework in the Upper Marikina River Basin Protected Landscape and strengthen the capacity of local government units (LGUs) for mainstreaming green, climate resilient growth options in development planning
Asian Development Bank
Full socio-economic profiling at the UMRBPL, climate modeling and risk assessment, greenhouse gas (GHG) inventory
Production of GIS maps; and
At least five knowledge products on topics such as stakeholder perceptions on green growth and climate resilience, GHG inventory at the LGU level, green growth road map development, ecosystems valuation, and demonstration of eco-town framework
To analyze how good agricultural practices (GAP) adoption among corn farmers could be implemented to compliment the enhancement of the agricultural insurance system in the Philippines
Existing and matured GAP technologies on pest and disease resilience in corn production analyzed.
Extent of awareness of farmers about GAP determined and uptake patterns analysed.
Psychological, socioeconomic and demographic determinants of GAP adoption identified.
Perception and level of awareness on crop insurance mechanisms among corn farmers assessed.
Appropriate policy recommendations and intervention measures to improve adoption of GAP and effectiveness of agricultural insurance program identified.
Strengthening ASEAN Mechanisms for Reducing Emission for Deforestation and Forest Degradation
Mar 2012 - Feb 2013
To enhance ASEAN's ability to coordinate efforts for REDD-plus at the regional and international levels to address the issue of climate change and its impact in ASEAN Member States
To promote utilization of the ASEAN strategy and common positions on REDD-plus in the international arena
To develop and promote the application of guidelines for measuring and reporting emissions and removals, forest carbon stocks and area changes
To establish Reference Emission Levels as key entry requirements for REDD-plus programs in ASEAN Member States
Guidelines for the establishment of Reference Emission Level (REL) and Measurement, Reporting and Verification (MRV) systems for implementing REDD plus
Economic incentives and financing mechanisms in implementing REDD plus
Potential collaborative research and future activities among ASEAN Countries in implementing REDD plus
Regional workshop among AMS to present draft documents on methodological approaches for REL/RL and MRV systems, and guidelines for REL (1-2 Nov 2013, Jakarta)
Regional Workshop Report
Implementing an Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries (EAF) in Small-scale Tropical Marine Fisheries SEARCA provides assistance to WorldFish in the various diagnosis and capacity building activities of the Project in the Philippines
Dec 2011 - Dec 2014
To use EAF framework to improve small-scale fisheries (SSF) management in selected sites and enhance their contribution to poverty reduction
WorldFish though European Commission funding
Training coordination on EAF and livelihood diversification and other capacity-building activities to be identified by LGUs and other partners at ground level
Coordinated FGD and KII/survey if the KII is still needed beyond the FGD
Validated workshops with the stakeholders
Shared/disseminated data and information
Research results, geographic information system (GIS) and vulnerability maps; peer-reviewed journal articles; conference, workshop, and seminar papers and presentations; climate change adaptation project proposals; policy briefs; monographs; policy recommendations to enhance capacity to adapt to climate change at the local level
Building Local Capacity to Adapt to Climate Change for Selected Southeast Asian Countries (Philippine Component)
17 Feb 2011 - 16 Jun 2014
To build capacities for research, planning, and action with respect to climate change and the economics of adaptation in selected communities of three Southeast Asian Countries of Cambodia, Philippines, and Vietnam
From Ridge to Reef: An Ecosystem Based Approach to Biodiversity Conservation and Development in the Philippines (EB-ABCD Philippines) – (Project 8: Capacity Building in Biodiversity Conservation and Natural Resources Management)
01 Feb 2011 - 28 Feb 2013
The capacity building component aims to address the complexities of biodiversity conservation (e.g. governance, law enforcement, livelihood, access to basic services and socio-cultural considerations) through comprehensive capacity building programs
Biodiversity Conservation and Natural Resources Management adopted and integrated to the local development plans of LGUs including the institutionalization of the biodiversity monitoring and evaluation (BIOME) system.
Training programs on upland farming systems, mariculture and aquaculture technologies, mangrove rehabilitation, integrated coastal management, monitoring and evaluation
Capability Building on Responding to Climate Change through Research and Development In Agriculture
Jan 2010 - Jul 2012
To enhance the capability of DA and its partners in proactively addressing RD and E issues and problems related to climate change
In-country short term trainings
Overseas educational visits to provide participants first-hand knowledge and information on how ASEAN countries develop and implement programs and activities addressing climate change
Focused-Food Production Assistance to Vulnerable Sectors (FPAVAS): Mainstreaming of Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) in Local Development Plans Component
Jan 2010 - Oct 2011
To understand the risks and effects of climate change phenomena, and develop strategies and plans to help reduce its impacts especially on agricultural production
EU; CIRAD; WorldFish; DA Philippines; National Commission on Indigenous Peoples; Provinces of Misamis Oriental, Misamis Occidental, Oriental Mindoro, Occidental Mindoro, Camarines Sur, and Camarines Norte, Philippines
Vulnerability and Adaptation (V&A) Assessment (participatory assessment and GIS mapping)
284 vulnerability maps produced
The most dominant climate risks likely to have an effect on the target provinces, and consequently their agricultural production, are droughts, floods, landslides, erosions, tidal surges, and salinity in the coastal areas
Phase II: Mainstreaming Climate Change in Development Planning
A total of 226 LGU staff members from six provinces were mentored by the climate change team in mainstreaming CCA in local plans
Around 300 farmer-beneficiaries were oriented by LGUs on their respective provincial CChAMPs and on disaster risk reduction (DRR) management.
Six provincial CChAMPs were developed, which could become LGUs' basis of adaptation actions to the extreme climatic changes and events in specific locations.
The Impacts of El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) Events on Cereal Production, Area and Yield in Asia (China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Sri Lanka)
Dec 2009 – Dec 2010
To extend the number of countries and crops covered in the current literature on ENSO
To improve cross-country comparability by using a standard methodology
To increase market transparency by providing publicly available estimates of ENSO impacts
To assist in the preliminary identification of coping strategies
Project workshops to level off on common methodology to be used, and for the sharing of project outputs
Country project reports
State of the Art on the Socioeconomics of Climate Change in the Philippines
29 Jul 2009 – 22 Jan 2012
To determine the state of the art of socioeconomic research on climate change in the Philippines that will serve as a guide in defining the focus of further research efforts on climate change
Body of climate change-related socioeconomic researches in the Philippines covering 1990-2010 synthesized and analyzed.
Impact of Climate Change on the Philippine Rice Sector: Supply/Demand Projections and Policy
01 Mar 2007 – 28 Feb 2008; extended until 31 May 2014
To assess the effects and impacts of climate change on rice production in the Philippines
To analyze location-specific climate risks and their relations with the rice production situation by province
To assess the suite of CC adaptation measures in rice production
Effects of global warming on rice crop productivity assessed using available historical data on rice yields and weather data, supplemented by crop simulations utilizing a process-based crop model CERES-Rice model under DSSAT (Tsuji et al., 2000).
Crop yields determined and compared for different plausible climate scenarios defined by incremental increases in temperature, change in rainfall volume and distribution, and increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration.
Exploratory regression analysis conducted relating rice yield in selected areas (provinces) as a function of weather variables.
Geospatial mapping of risks associated with climate-related hazards (e.g. temperature increase, change in rainfall, typhoons, etc.) and their effects and impacts on rice production analysed.
Availability and access to the suite of adaptation measures in major rice growing areas and the level of adaptive capacity of rice production systems despite vulnerability to climate hazards assessed.
To provide a venue for rural development practitioners, including policymakers, to discuss collaborative strategies and policy instruments to combat poverty and food insecurity amidst challenges brought about by various factors including market globalization, climatic events, economic and financial crisis, etc.
To further develop capacities of human resources in the CLMV countries especially on effective and sound policy formulation, implementation and evaluation
International development agencies; Relevant national government agencies; Non-government organizations; Private Sector
Critical mass of technical (policy) experts in agriculture and related fields produced
Quality of service delivery and governance of policies, rules and regulations improved
Knowledge exchange and the joint undertaking of projects that address common concerns and issues that hinder agricultural growth and food security improvement promoted
Linkages and cooperation of institutions in the region towards the attainment of sustained agricultural growth, building up of the sector's competitiveness and facilitation of cross-border trade of agricultural products established and strengthened
This research exercise aims to demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills acquired through the graduate program and eventually contribute “new” body of knowledge to a certain field or discipline.
Thesis/ Dissertation manuscripts
Oral and Poster Presentations in Conferences and Seminars
Professorial Chair Grant
“Diversity of Fungi in the Makiling Forest Reserve: Indicators of Productivity and Climate Change” (Ernesto P. Militante, UPLB, Philippines)
“Mainstreaming Climate Change Adaptation in the Philippine Forestry and Natural Resources Sector” (Diomedes A. Racelis, UPLB, Philippines)
FY 2013/2014 “Challenges and Issues in Implementing Weather Index-based Insurance in the Philippines” (Felino P. Lansigan, UPLB, Philippines)
FY 2014/2015 Climate Change Adaptation Strategies of Agribusiness Enterprises in the Philippines (Dinah Pura T. Depositario, UPLB, Philippines)
2009 - 2014
The grant aims to give due recognition to outstanding Southeast Asian experts in the academe in specific fields of study relevant to the broad themes of Agricultural Competitiveness and Natural Resource Management.
FSC 2013 Summer School Module 4: Climate Change Adaptation For Rural Development and Food Security
25-29 November 2013
The Summer School module aims to explain climate change, terminology, impact mitigation, adaptation as it affects food security.
FSC, UHOH, DAAD, BMZ Germany
13 students from Asia, Latin America, Africa with acquired knowledge on food and nutrition security in the context of Southeast Asia
Continuing (core) offerings and project-based: 3-5 day events
1-2 hour seminars
Promote a learning culture, knowledge sharing and use, and knowledge creation in agricultural and rural development in Southeast Asia
Update professionals and decision-makers in ARD institutions in SEA on contemporary issues, emerging perspectives, and competencies and skills on ISARD
Provide access to evidence-based information and knowledge that advance ISARD in SEA
Encourage and support knowledge creation and intellectual and scholarly productivity in ISARD for Southeast Asia
Varies per event
Completion reports/proceedings for harvesting of materials (publications) for dissemination
Cohort of equipped actors in agricultural and rural development from various sectors
Completed and ongoing
List Of Seed Fund For Research And Training (SFRT) Projects, 2009-2015
Assessment the Impact of Climate Change to Aquaculture/Fisheries Household Livelihood in the Lower Mekong Delta, Vietnam
Assessment of Impacts of and Adaptation to Climate Change in Fisheries and Agriculture in the Coastal area of Thua Thien Hue Province,Vietnam
Assessment on Vulnerability and Risk for Adaptation at Household Level in Central Dry Zone of Myanmar
Climate Change Vulnerability Mapping and Geo-spatial Analysis in Cagayan River Basin, Philippines
GIS-aided Biophysical Characterization of Leyte Landscape in Relation to Landslide Occurrences
Flood Damage Assessment at Jabonga, Agusan del Norte, Philippines
Mangrove Rehabilitation in Ticao I., Masbate, Philippines
Coastal and Marine Resource Management in the Philippines: An Analysis of the Political Economy of Selected LGU Initiatives
Payments for the Environmental and Cultural Services (PECS) of the Ifugao Rice Terraces of the Philippines
Community Building Resilience towards Emerging Climate Disasters: A Case Study in Koh Andet District, Takeo Province, Cambodia
Simulating Hydraulic Effects of Climate Change on Groundwater Resources in a Selected Aquifer in the Philippines Using a Numerical Groundwater Model
Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) in the Philippines: Status, Issues and Policy Strategies
Economic Implications and Safety Nets for Mesh Size Regulations on Local Fishing Communities: A Policy and Economic Analysis
Simulation Analysis of the Effects of Changing Climate on Major Crops in the Philippines
Effects of Biofuels on Agricultural Development, Food Security, Poverty and the Environment in the Philippines
Rice Supply and Security in terms of Sea Level Rise, Conversion of Rice Land to Industrial Land and Population Growth in the Red River Delta, Vietnam
The Impact of Climate Change on Livelihood and Land Use of People along Nam Ou River: A Case Study of Two Villages in Pak Ou District, Luang Prabang Province, Lao PDR
Investigation of Climate Change Impacts on Rice Production in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam
Assessing the Impacts of Land Use and Climate Change on Soil and Water Resources in the Srepok Watershed, Central Highland, Vietnam
Enhancing Resilience of the Community through Climate Change Adaptation: Research and Training Activities for Preservation and Development of Floating Rice-Vegetables Farming Systems in Vinh Phuoc Commune, Tri Ton District, An Giang Province, Mekong Delta, Vietnam
Socio-economic Impact of Integrating Marine Aquaculture with Seaweed Farming in Supporting Community’ Livelihood towards Blue Economy Implementation in Lombok, Indonesia
Development of Pigmented Rice for Rural Community
An Analysis of Smallholder Commodity Systems using an integrative systems-based framework in two pilot ISARD communities in the Philippines
Integrated Economic Valuation for Inclusive Conservation and Sustainability of Coastal Ecosystem Services: A Case for Taklong Island National Marine Reserve, Guimaras, Philippines
Review and Assessment of Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA) Models in Vietnam, Selection and Proposal of Appropriate CSA Models for Replication
Climate Change Impact on Rice Production and Adaptation: A Case Study of Salinity Intrusion in Coastal Areas of the Mekong Delta, Vietnam
Assessment of Traditional Rice Based Farming Systems for Adaptation to Climate Change in the Mekong Delta
Use of ICT to Assess Climate and Land Use Changes Impacts on Hydrological Responses and Sediment Yield for future Land Use Planning and Sustainable Water Management - A Case Study in the Upper Ma River Basin, Northwestern
Gender Roles and Relationships: Ethnic Women's Participation in Water Management (A Case Study in O Lam Commune, Tri Ton District, An Giang Province, Vietnam
The Islanders Small Scale Fishermen Adaptation towards Climate Change Impacts in Malaysia
Exploring Livelihood Vulnerability and Adaptation to Saltwater Intrusion and Droughts in Two Coastal Communities in Mekong Delta: A Case Study in Lich Hoi Thuong Commune, Tran De District, Soc Trang Province
Developing Sustainable Biogas Solutions from Biomass in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam: Options and Barriers for Increased Usage of Biomass among Farmers and Households in order to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Lower Energy Costs
List Of Dissertation/Thesis Of Scholars, 2009-2015
“Carbon Sequestration by Faraon and Agtuyon Soils Under Different Cropping and Tillage Systems in Zamboanga Peninsula” (Eriberto D. Salang, PhD Soil Science, Philippines)
“Impact of Climate Variability on Traditional Upland Rice Production and Farmers’ Adaptation Mechanisms in Luangprabang Province, Lao PDR” (Bounmi Phommakone, MS Environmental Science, Lao PDR)
“Carbon Storage and the Role in Climate Change Mitigation of the Caimpugan Peatland in Agusan Marsh, Philippines” (Van Leeah B. Alibo, PhD Environmental Science, Philippines)
“Climate Change Impacts and Adaptations among the Indigenous Highland Farming Communities of the Ambuklao Watershed, Benguet, Philippines” (Kenneth A. Laruan, PhD Forestry, Philippines)
“Supplementary Light for Wet-Season Production of Lettuce (Lactuca Sativa Linn.) under Protective Cultivation” (Gay Therese M. Bucol, MS Horticulture, Philippines)
“Mainstreaming Climate Change Adaptation in the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Curricular Program in Selected Commissions on Higher Education (CHED) Centers of Excellence in Agriculture” (Violeto N. Coronacion, PhD Agricultural Education, Philippines)
“Comparative Assessment of using Rice Straw for Rapid Composting and Straw Mushroom Production in Mitigating Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Mekong Delta, Vietnam and Central Luzon, Philippines” (Ngo Thi Thanh Truc, PhD Environmental Science, Vietnam)
“Development of Management System of Spiked Pepper (piper aduncum) for Watershed Rehabilitation, Livelihood Development, and Climate Change Mitigation in Southern Mindanao, Philippines” (Thomas L. Cardente II, PhD Forest Resources Management, Philippines)
“Nature Base Tourism Responding Toward the Challenge of Climate Change: A Case Study in Tanjung Putting National Park” (Johan Setiawan, MS Tourism Planning, Indonesia)
“Vulnerability and Adaptive Capacity of the Food Production Systems to Climate Change: Planning Implications for Food Security Resiliency and Sustainability in Buhi, Camarines Sur” (Rey B. Lara, MA Urban and Regional Planning, Philippines)
“Social Vulnerability and Willingness to Pay for Adaptation to Climate Change and Variability of Farming Households in Dumangas, Iloilo” (Gay D. Defiesta, PhD Agricultural Economics, Philippines)
“Climate Change Mitigation Capability Improvements for Coastal Communities in the Biological Reserve of Red River Delta, Vietnam” (Quyen Dinh Ha, PhD Community Development, Vietnam)
“Community Organizing for Flood Risk Reduction in Xieng Ngeun District, Luang Prabang Province, Lao PDR” (Bounxou Xayxana, MS Community Development, Lao PDR)
“Assessment of the Flood Vulnerability and Adaptation of Rice Production System in Champhone District, Savannakhet Province, Lao PDR” (Outhevy Vongmany, MS Environmental Science, Lao PDR)
“Vulnerability Assessment of Rice Farming Provinces to Climate Change in Mekong River Delta and Red River Delta in Vietnam” (Hoang Ha Anh, MS Environmental Science, Vietnam)
“The Influence of Rural Investment Climate Factors on Business Operations of Agricultural Firms: Evidence from Vietnam” (Tran Quang Trung, PhD Food and Nutrition, Vietnam)
“Climate Change Awareness and Farm Level Adaptation of Rainfed Farmers (Central Dry Zone) in Monywa Township, Sagaing Region, Myanmar” (Myo Win Maung, MS Environmental Science, Myanmar)
“Assessing Rice Farmers’ Use of Seasonal Weather Forecasts Data to Cope with Climate Variability in Central Highland of Vietnam” (Nguyen Thi Chung, MS Agricultural Systems Management, Vietnam)
“Farmers’ Perception and Adaptation to Climate Change Pressure on Highland Coffee Production, Dak Lak Province, Vietnam” (Tran Cao Uy, MS Agricultural Systems Management, Vietnam)
“Thermal and Soil Moisture Regimes Mapping and Analysis at the Municipal Level in Support to Food Security Amidst Global Climate Change”(Bathsheba A. Aprilla, MS Soil Science, Philippines)
“Impact of REDD+ on Livelihood and Food Security in the Upland Areas of Vietnam” (Nguyen Tien Dinh, PhD Agricultural Economics, Vietnam)
“Diversity, Physiological and Morphological Attributes of Indigenous Tree Species for Rehabilitation, Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation of Upper Marikina River Basin Protected Landscape” (Joseph Angelus F. Palomar, PhD Forestry, Philippines)
“Modeling and Evaluation of Risks from Water-induced Erosion and Landslide in Wahig-Inabanga Watershed, Bohol, Philippines” (Tomas D. Reyes, Jr., PhD Forestry, Philippines)
“Use of Geographic Information System (GIS) and Remote Sensing (RS) to enhance Irrigation and water Management in the Agricultural Food Production Areas for better Adaptation to Climate Change and Global Warming” (Moises Dorado, PhD Agricultural Engineering, Philippines)
“Intercropping of Corn and Peanut in Changing CLimate” (Nouyang, MS Agronomy, Lao PDR)
“Strengthen Adaptive Capacity of Poor People to Climate Change and Socio-economic Change in Northwest Mountainous Region of Vietnam” (Trinh Quang Thoai, PhD Agricultural Economics, Vietnam)
List Of Conferences, Executive Fora, Policy Roundtables, And Training Workshops Organized And Co-organized By SEARCA From 2008-2014
Title of Event
Venue / Date
No. of Participants
International Conferences – 3
International Conference-Workshop on Biodiversity and Climate Change in Southeast Asia: Adaptation and Mitigation
Training-Workshop Integrating Climate Change Adaptation into Development Plans and Investments for the Philippine Agriculture and Fisheries Sector
7-10 October 2014
Philippines - 20
Department of Agriculture-National Agriculture and Fishery Council (NAFC)
Regional Knowledge Sharing Writeshop on Climate Change Adaptation in Inclusive and Sustainable Agricultural and Rural Development
15-17 April 2015
Philippines - 10
Oscar M. Lopez Center for Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Management; French International Agency for Research and Development (CIRAD); International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT)
Policy Roundtables and Technical Workshop for CLMV – 3
Eight Policy Roundtable on Building Capacities for Agricultural Competitiveness of Transition Countries in Southeast Asia: Climate Change - Impacts, Challenges, and Responses toward Strengthening Agriculture and Food Security in Transition Southeast Asia
Training Course on Responding to Climate Change through Research and Development in Agriculture; Preparation of Provincial Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation Plan (CChAMP)
14-17 Jun 2010 SEARCA
Training workshop on the Development of a Participatory Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction Management (CDRRM) Plans, Famy, Laguna
17 September 2013 Famy, Laguna, Philippines
Local Government Unit (LGU) - Famy
Training Orientation and Vulnerability Assessment and NRM Methodologies in UMRBPL
18 December 2013 Antipolo City, Rizal
Asian Development Bank (ADB)
Special ATWGARD Kick-off Workshop on the Promotion of Climate Resilience or Rice and Other Crops
21-22 January 2014 Pattaya, Thailand
Training on Geospatial Applications and Analysis for Climate Resiliency, Mitigation and Adaptation Planning for UMRBPL LGUs
10-11 February 2014 Antipolo City, Rizal
Training on Economic Valuation for Climate Change Resilience and Green Growth: Benefit-Cost Analysis of Integrated Natural Resource Management in UMRBPL
20-21 February 2014 Los Baños, Laguna
Laos 1st National Consultative Meeting
21-February 2014 Vientiane, Laos
Lao PDR: 17
Vietnam 1st National Consultative Meeting
Philippines 1st National Consultative Meeting
11, 17 February 2014 Quezon City
20 March 2014 Los Baños, Laguna
Second Philippine National Consultative Meeting: ASEAN Network on Promoting Climate Resilience in Rice and other Crops
28 March 2014 DA-BAR Office, Quezon City
Second Philippine National Consultative Meeting: ASEAN Network on Promoting Climate Resilience in Rice and Other Crops
14 April 2014 SEARCA, Los Baños, Laguna
Thailand First Consultative Meeting: ASEAN Network on Promoting Climate Resilience in Rice and Other Crops
6 May 2014 Training and Technology Transfer Center, Department of Agriculture, Bangkok, Thailand
Lao PDR Second Consultative Meeting
13 May 2014 Vientiane, Lao PDR
List Of Seminars From 2006-2015
Agriculture and Development Seminar Series, 2006 to 2015
Climate Change Adaptation Strategies of Agribusiness Enterprises in the Philippines
Dr. Dinah Pura Depositario SEARCA Professorial Chair Grantee Associate Professor and Chair Department of Agribusiness Management College of Economics and Management University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB)
Media and Inter-agency Collaboration to Mitigate Climate Change
Dr. Bruce Tolentino Deputy Director-General for Partnership International Rice Research Institute Ms. Vilma S. Dimaculangan Department of Agriculture - Region IV
Assessing Vulnerability of Fisheries in the Philippines to Climate Change Impacts: Tool for Understanding Resilience of Fisheries
Ms. Remelyn I. de Ramos Research Assistant Marine Science Institute University of the Philippines Diliman
Towards a Clarification of Definitions, Methodologies and Approaches: A State-of-the-Art of Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment
Prof. Maria Emelinda T. Mendoza Department of Social Development Services UPLB College of Human Ecology
Good Practices in Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) in Local Agriculture Governance
Dr. Cely S. Binoya Professor VI and Director Institutional Planning, Resources Generation and Linkages, Central Bicol State University of Agriculture
Sea Turtles and The Turtle Islands and Some Impacts of Climate Change on Sea Turtles and Their Habitats
Dr. Romy B. Trono Former Country Executive Director, Conservation International
Implementation Issues in Weather Index-based Insurance for Managing Risk in Agricultural Production
Dr. Felino Lansigan SEARCA Professorial Chair Awardee, 2013-2014
WeRise, a Decision Support Tool for Climate Change Adaptation in Rainfed Rice Areas: The Sequel
Dr. Anita A. Boling Postdoctoral Fellow and CCARA Theme 4 Leader Crop and Environmental Sciences Division International Rice Research Institute
SPECIAL SEMINAR: Economic Analysis of Selected Adaptation Options to Flooding
Ms. Jaimie Kim Bayani Arias Assistant Professor Department of Economics UPLB College of Economics and Management
SPECIAL SEMINAR: Insights, Lessons and Challenges from a Transdisciplinal Assessment of Climate Change-Related Vulnerability
Ms. Ma. Emilinda T. Mendoza Assistant Professor Department of Social Science Development Services UPLB College of Human Ecology
Climate Change Vulnerability Mapping of Selected Municipalities in Laguna, Philippines
Engr. Vicente G. Ballaran, Jr. Assistant Professor Agrometeorology and Farm Structures Division, Institute of Agricultural Engineering UPLB College of Engineering and Agro-Industrial Technology
WEBINAR (hosted online viewing for Los Baños audience): Disaster and Climate Risk Assessment Frameworks, Tools and Indices
Vulnerability and Risk Frameworks: Looking Into VIA Assessment Frameworks, Tools and Indices
Vulnerability Assessment in the Philippines: Operationalization of the Concept and Selected Examples
Dr. Rosa T. Perez Senior Research Fellow Manila Observatory
Dr. Charlotte Kendra Gotangco Assistant Professor Department of Environmental Science Ateneo de Manila University
Climate Change and Food Production in Asia
Dr. Krishna Jagadish SV Molecular Plant Physiologist Crop Environmental Sciences Division International Rice Research Institute (IRRI)
Physiological Studies on Seed Priming of Rice for Establishment in Stressed Environment
Dr. Maribel Dionisio-Sese UPLB Diamond Jubilee Professorial Chair Awardee Institute of Biological Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences University of the Philippines Los Baños
Climate Smart Disaster Risk Management as Applied to Agriculture
REDD+ and Safeguards: State of UNFCCC Negotiations and Relevance to ASEAN
Dr. Nur Masripatin Director, Centre for Standardization and Environment, Ministry of Forestry, Indonesia and Coordinator, ASEAN Regional Knowledge Network on Forest and Climate Change (ARKN-FCC)
SPECIAL GRADUATE SEMINAR: Willingness to Pay for a Planned Adaptation Program to Climate Change of Farmers in Dumangas, Iloilo, Philippines: Evidence from a contingent valuation survey
Gay D. Defiesta College of Arts and Sciences, UP Visayas
Early Growth and Carbon Sequestration Potential of Selected Tree Species in Degraded Grassland in Southern Leyte, Philippines
Prof. Anatolio N. Polinar SEARCA PhD Research Scholar and Assistant Professor College of Forestry and Natural Resources, Visayas State University
Effect of Early Thermal Conditioning and Feed Restriction in Enhancing Heat Resistance of Broilers in the Tropics
Ms. Hyde D. Nadela Assistant Professor University of Southeastern Philippines Tagum City, Davao del Norte
SPECIAL SEMINAR: Modelling Climate Change Impacts on Water Balance
Dr. Edwin A. Combalicer Assistant Professor Institute of Renewable Natural Resources College of Forestry and Natural Resources, UPLB
Factors Associated with the Effects of Flood Risks in Rice Farming Communities of Pototan, Iloilo
Prof. Stephen Rey P. Ligasan SEARCA PhD Research Scholar and Faculty, College of Arts and Sciences, West Visayas State University
Carbon Storage and the Role in Climate Change Mitigation of Caimpugan Peatland in Agusan Marsh, Philippines
Ms. Van Leeah B. Alibo SEARCA PhD Research Scholar and Instructor, Caraga State University
The Philippine Climate Change Program: Updates and the Potential Role of the Academic and R&D Sector
Mr. Naderev M. Saño Commissioner, Climate Change Commission Republic of the Philippines
The Philippine National REDD+ Strategy
For. Lourdes C. Wagan Chief, Planning and Project Management Services Division Forest Management Bureau Department of Environment and Natural Resources
A REDD+ Strategy for Global Cooperation and Greener Forests
Ms. Majah-Leah V. Ravago SEARCA PhD Research Scholar and PhD Candidate Department of Economics, University of Hawai'i Mānoa
Special Seminar Discover Green Gold on Marginal Land and Cattle for Climate Change Mitigation (CAPS)
Dr. Bambang Suwignyo Manager of Planning and Development Institute of Research and Community Services Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia
Diversity of Fungi in the Makiling Forest Reserve: Indicators of Productivity and Climate Change
Dr. Ernesto P. Militante Chair, Forest Biological Sciences College of Forestry and Natural Resources University of the Philippines Los Baños
SPECIAL SEMINAR Climate Change Implications for Plant Genetic Conservation
Dr. Von Mark Cruz USDA Agricultural Research Service Fort Corlins, Colorado, USA
SEARCA Professorial Chair Lecture Mainstreaming Climate Change Adaptation in the Philippine Forestry and Natural Resources Sector
Dr. Diomedes A. Racelis Associate Dean and Associate Professor, College of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of the Philippines Los Baños
Leucaena leucocephala in Ruminant Feeding Management: Challenge and Opportunity in Production and Methane Emission Reduction
Mr. Bambang Suwignyo SEARCA PhD Research Scholar and Lecturer, Faculty of Animal Science, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia
Aftermath of the Copenhagen Talks and its Challenges to the Newly-Formed Climate Change Commission
Atty. Mary Ann Lucille L. Sering Commissioner, Nat'l Climate Change Commission, Office of the President, Philippines and Exec. Director, Climate Change Office, DENR
Knowledge Management for Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation
Dr. Serafin D. Talisayon Professor, Technology Management Center University of the Philippines Diliman
SPECIAL SEMINAR: COP 15: What the Copenhagen Accord means
Dr. Henry Neufeldt Global Research Project Leader - Climate Change, World Agroforestry Centre, International Centre for Research in Agroforestry
SPECIAL SEMINAR: Soil Carbon Sequestration Under Conservation Tillage Systems on Faraon and Adtuyon Soil Series in Zamboanga Peninsula
Mr. Eriberto D. Salang SEARCA PhD Research Scholar and Associate Professor, College of Agriculture, Western Mindanao State University
Monitoring of Rice Cropping Systems and Agro-drought in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta Using Time-series MODIS Data
Mr. Nguyen Thanh Son SEARCA Ph.D. Research Scholar, Department of Civil Engineering, National Central University, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Weather Insurance: A New Approach for Agricultural Insurance in the Philippines
Dr. Milton Boyd Professor and Economist, Department of Agribusiness and Agricultural Economics, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada
African Agriculture in the 21st Century: A Case of Water Efficient Maize for Africa (WEMA)
Dr. Francis L. Nang'ayo Manager and Head, Regulatory Affairs Unit, African Agricultural Technology Foundation, Nairobi, Kenya
SEARCA Professorial Chair Lecture: Disaster and Development: Livelihood Constraints and Vulnerabilities to Typhoons in Two Agricultural Communities in Vietnam and the Philippines
Dr. Doracie Zoleta Nantes Professor, UP Diliman
SPECIAL SEMINAR Fossil Fuels, Climate Change and Philippine Energy Alternatives
Dr. Kelvin S. Rodolfo Professor Emeritus, Dept. of Earth & Environmental Sciences, University of Illinois at Chicago, Adjunct Professor, Nat'l. Institute of Geological Sciences, University of the Philippines Diliman, Balik Scientist, Department of Science and Technology
SPECIAL SEMINAR Urban Transformation and Carbon Footprint of Megacities in Japan and China
Dr. Shinji Kaneko Associate Professor, Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Hiroshima University, Japan
ICRISAT’s Crop Adaptation to Climate Change
Dr. Ashok Kumar Scientist and Expert in Sorghum Breeding, ICRISAT, India
Special Seminar Frequency Analysis of Extreme Hydrologic Events and Water Stress in a Changing Climate
Dr. Felino P. Lansigan Professor, UPLB Institute of Statistics, and SEARCA Fellow
Reducing Upland Poverty, Mitigating Climate Change Impacts, Increasing Biofuel Sources, and Providing Sustainable Supply of Raw Water through Implementation of Community-based Equitable Payment for Watershed Services
Dr. Tonie O. Balangue Executive Director, Resources, Environment and Economics Center for Studies, Inc. (REECS), Quezon City
Special Seminar Communicating Climate Change
Dr. Juan M. Pulhin Associate Professor, CFNR, UP Los Baños, Laguna
SEARCA Professorial Chair Lecture: Sustaining Rice Agriculture through Physiological Profiling of Rice Cultivars for Salt Tolerance
Dr. Maribel L. Dionisio-Sese Professor, Institute of Biological Sciences, UP Los Baños, College, Laguna
Sea Level Rise and Mangrove Plants
Dr. Honorato Palis
Chief, Mangrove Section, Ecosystems Research and Development Bureau, Department of Environment and Natural Resources
College, Los Baños, Laguna
Climatic Variability and Climate Change: Impacts and Coping Strategies in Crop Production Systems
Dr. Felino P. Lansigan Professor, Institute of Statistics, UPLB
Online Platform and Publications
Knowledge Center on Climate Change Adaptation in Agriculture and Natural Resource Management in Southeast Asia (KC3) www.climatechange.searca.org
The Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA)’s KC3 is a one-stop-shop of information on climate change adaptation in agriculture and natural resource management in the region. It features SEARCA’s projects, learning events, publications, and other climate change initiatives.
Sajise, P.E., Saguiguit, G.C. Jr., Ticsay, M.V. 2010. Moving Forward: Southeast Asian Perspectives on Climate Change and Biodiversity, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies and Philippines: Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture
Balisacan, A.M., Burnett, K.M., Roumasset, J.A. 2010. Sustainability Science for Watershed Landscapes, Singapore: Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies and Philippines: Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture
Lasco, Rodel D., Roberta Gerpacio, Patricia Ann J. Sanchez, and Rafaela Jane P. Delfino. 2008. “Philippine Environment and Climate Change: An Assessment of Policies and their Impacts.” SEARCA Policy Brief Series 2008-2. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Sibayan, L.R. 2007. Mitigating the Worst Impact of Natural Disasters. SEARCA Policy Brief Series 2007-6. Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines.
Lasco, Rodel D. 2008. “Tropical Forests and Climate Change Mitigation.” SEARCA Policy Brief Series 2008-6. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
SEARCA. 2008. “Flood- and Typhoon-Proofing Communities: Learning from the Vietnam Experience.” SEARCA Policy Brief Series 2008-7. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Castillo, Gelia T. 2009. “CURE Approach amidst Rice Crisis and Changing Climate.” SEARCA Policy Brief Series 2009-7. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Sawa, Akihiro. 2009. “Japan’s Agenda after COP15: Forget Numerical Targets, Give the World a Framework.” SEARCA Policy Brief Series 2009-8. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Rola, Agnes C., and Asa Jose U. Sajise. 2010. “Food Security under Climate Risk: Conservation Farming and Upland Corn in the Philippines.” SEARCA Policy Brief Series 2010-6. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Manzanilla, Digna O., and David E. Johnson. 2010. “Developing “Climate-Ready” Rice to Safeguard Livelihoods in the Fragile Ecosystems.” SEARCA Policy Brief Series 2010-7. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Ella, Victor B. 2011. “Simulating the Hydraulic Effects of Climate Change on Groundwater Resources Using a Numerical Groundwater Model.” SEARCA Policy Brief Series 2011-2. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Jadina, Beatriz Cuevas. 2012. “Landslide occurrences in the Philippines: Contributing factors and implications to local governance.” SEARCA Policy Brief Series 2012-2. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Ancog, Rico, and Mariliza V. Ticsay. 2013. “Climate Change Adaptation in Agriculture in Southeast Asia: Broad Trends and Some Policy and Research Recommendation.” SEARCA Policy Brief Series 2013-2. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
SEARCA, IGES. 2012. Improving the Sub-national Capacity to Adapt to Climate Change in Agriculture. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
SEARCA, IGES. 2014. Climate-smart Agriculture: The Action Agenda for Southeast Asia. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
SEARCA, IGES. 2015. Agricultural Innovation: Options for Appropriate Technologies in Responding to Climate Change. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Research, Experience and Learning Notes/Briefs
Agriculture and Development Notes on Climate Change Adaptation (ADN-CCA)
Phirum, Am. 2011. “Improving Rice Production in a Changing Climate.” Agriculture and Development Notes on Climate Change Adaptation, vol. 1, no. 1. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Hanh, Le Thi. 2011. “Mangroves for Climate Change Adaptation: The Case of Thua Thien Hue, Vietnam.” Agriculture and Development Notes onClimate Change Adaptation, vol. 1, no. 2. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Meta, Bun Chan. 2011. “Community-based Ecotourism: Livelihood cum Adaptation Strategy for Kampong Speu Province, Cambodia.”Agriculture and Development Notes on Climate Change Adaptation, vol. 1, no. 3. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Concepcion, Rogelio N., Maria Victoria O. Espaldon, Sylvie Lewicki-Dhainaut, Ranell Martin M. Dedicatoria, and Edwin R. Abucay. 2011. “Coping with Extreme Climatic Events: Stories of Resiliency in the Philippines.” Agriculture and Development Notes on Climate Change Adaptation, vol. 1, no. 4. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Lansigan, Felino P., Gernot Laganda, Reiner Wassman, and Anan Polthanee. 2012. “A Systems Approach to Reducing Risks in Rice Production in Southeast Asia.” Agriculture and Development Notes on Climate Change Adaptation, vol. 1, no. 5. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Alam, Mozaharul, Louis Lebel, Lucille Elna de Guzman, and Oscar Zamora. 2012. “Community-based Adaptation to Climate Change in Southeast Asia.” Agriculture and Development Notes on Climate Change Adaptation, vol. 1, no. 6. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Salceda, Joey Sarte. 2012. “Adapting to Climate Change: Strategies of Albay, Philippines.” Agriculture and Development Notes on Climate Change Adaptation, vol. 2, no. 1. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Golez, Ronaldo. 2012. “Climate Field-School: An Innovative Approach to Agricultural Production.” Agriculture and Development Notes on Climate Change Adaptation, vol. 2, no. 2. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Crisostomo, Ron P. 2012. “Gearing up Towards Community-based Climate Change Programs.” Agriculture and Development Notes on Climate Change Adaptation, vol. 2, no. 3. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Manalo, David M. 2013. “Bell and Bottle Technology: Community-based Early Warning System.” Agriculture and Development Notes on Climate Change Adaptation, vol. 2, no. 4. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Idzenga, Auke. 2013. “Hydraulic Ram Pump: A Practical Solution to Climate Change.” Agriculture and Development Notes on Climate Change Adaptation, vol. 2, no. 5. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Cruz, Rex Victor O. 2013. “Watershed Management and Governance in a Changing Climate.” Agriculture and Development Notes on Climate Change Adaptation, vol. 2, no. 6. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
La Viña, Antonio G.M. 2013. “REDD+ for Climate Change: Ensuring the Rights of Local Communities.” Agriculture and Development Notes on Climate Change Adaptation, vol. 3, no. 1. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Sandoval, Roberto Jr., and Stephen Baas. 2013. “Adapting to Climate Change: The Cordillera Experience.” Agriculture and Development Notes on Climate Change Adaptation, vol. 3, no. 2. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Mendoza, Maria Emilinda T., Vicente G. Ballaran, Jr., Jamie Kim B. Arias, and Bessie M. Burgos. 2014. “A Transdisciplinary Approach to Climate Change Adaptation.” Agriculture and Development Notes on Climate Change Adaptation, vol. 3, no. 3. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Arias, Jaime Kim B., Rowena A. Dorado, Maria Emilinda T. Mendoza, and Vicente G. Ballaran, Jr. 2014. “Flood Early Warning System: Viable Low-cost Adaptation for lakeshore Municipalities in the Sta. Cruz River Watershed.” Agriculture and Development Notes on Climate Change Adaptation, vol. 3, no. 4. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Pulhin, John M. 2014. “Mainstreaming Climate Change Adaptation in the Agriculture Sector in Southeast Asia: Challenges and Lessons Learned.” Agriculture and Development Notes on Climate Change Adaptation, vol. 3, no. 5. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
SEARCA 2008. Proceedings of the Experts’ Roundtable Discussion entitled “Towards Effective Disaster Management for Sustainable Agriculture in Southeast Asia” held on 19 Jan 2007, Richmonde Hotel, Ortigas Center, Pasig City, Philippines.
SEARCA 2008. Realizing Challenges, Exploring Opportunities. Proceedings of the “International Conference-Workshop on Biodiversity and Climate Change in Southeast Asia: Adaptation and Mitigation” held on 19-20 Feb 2008, Sofitel Philippine Plaza, Pasay City, Philippines
SEARCA. 2013. International Conference on Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation for Food and Environmental Security: Summary Report. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
SEARCA. 2013. Climate Change Adaptation in Watersheds for Water, Food, and Environmental Security in Southeast Asia: Training Report. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
SEARCA. 2014. Integrating Climate Change Adaptation into Policies, Plans and Investments: A Training Workshop for the Philippine Agriculture and Fisheries Sector. Training Completion Report. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Discussion Paper Series
Ella, Victor B. 2011. “Simulating the Hydraulic Effects of Climate Change on Groundwater Resources in a Selected Aquifer in the Philippines Using a Numerical Groundwater Model.” Discussion Paper Series 2011-1. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Kim, Chang-Gil. 2009. “Strategies of the Agriculture Sector in Korea for the Post-Kyoto Regime.” Discussion Paper Series 2009-4. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Oo, Khin, and Theingi Myint. 2010. “Impacts of Cyclone Nargis on Livelihood, Food Security and the Agriculture Sector in Myanmar.” Discussion Paper Series 2010-1. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
Jadina, Beatriz C. 2013. “GIS-aided Biophysical Characterization of Southern Leyte Landscape in Relation to Landslide Occurrences.” Discussion Paper Series 2013-2. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
SEAMEO (Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization). 2010. Integrating Climate Change Issues in Southeast Asian Schools: A Teachers’ Guidebook. Penang, Malaysia: RECSAM.
Sajise, Asa Jose, Mercedita Sombilla, and Rico Ancog. 2012. Socioeconomics of Climate Change in the Philippines: A Literature Synthesis (1990–2010). Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
IGES, and SEARCA. 2012. A Review of Issues and Challenges in Climate Change and Agriculture in Southeast Asia. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
IGES, SEARCA. 2013. Technical Report: Current Trends in Climate Change Adaptation in Agriculture in Southeast Asia. Hayama, Japan: IGES.
Lansigan, Felino P. 2015. Implementation Issues in Weather Index-based Insurance for Agricultural Production: A Philippine Case Study. Hayama, Japan: IGES; Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines: SEARCA.
1.SEARCA. 2013. International Conference on Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation for Food and Environmental Security: Summary Report. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
2.SEARCA. 2013. Climate Change Adaptation in Watersheds for Water, Food, and Environmental Security in Southeast Asia: Training Report. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.
3.SEARCA. 2014. Integrating Climate Change Adaptation into Policies, Plans and Investments: A Training Workshop for the Philippine Agriculture and Fisheries Sector. Training Completion Report. Los Baños, Philippines: SEARCA.