Impact of rising sea levels on the Philippines earns global coverage

2020-03-17T12:33:03+08:0025 Feb 2020|Tags: , |

By Catalina Ricci S. Madarang   February 25, 2020 Published by Interaksyon Homes of millions of Filipinos living in coastal and low-lying areas are at risk of being submerged due to rising ocean and sea levels as an effect of global climate change. The impact on the City of Manila and Batasan Island in Bohol, [...]

A Crisis Right Now: San Francisco and Manila Face Rising Seas

2020-03-17T12:15:48+08:0013 Feb 2020|Tags: , , |

Somini Sengupta, The New York Times global climate reporter, and Chang W. Lee, a photographer for The Times, traveled to the Philippines and California to see how rising sea levels are affecting two big metropolitan areas. Published Feb. 13, 2020 in New York Times What do you do when the sea comes for your home, [...]

Kairos Dela Cruz on ANC: Sea level rise and climate action

2019-06-13T13:45:33+08:0010 Jun 2019|Tags: , , , |

Kairos Dela Cruz, ICSC's associate for climate policy, talks to Migs Bustos of Early Edition on ANC about sea level rise projections worldwide and in the Philippines, and how the country can ramp up its efforts to respond to this and other climate change impacts.

Frontlines of climate impacts, forefront of action

2019-05-24T15:28:53+08:0024 May 2019|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

by Isabella Ann Mendoza ICSC’s climate policy team, in partnership with CORDAID, has been working closely with the municipalities of Guiuan, Eastern Samar; Santa Fe, Bantayan Island, Cebu; and Coron, Palawan to help develop their local plans in response to the adverse impacts of climate change. The biggest challenge faced by local government units (LGUs) [...]