Climate Science. Policy. Action.
KLIMA has been reinstituted to become the Manila Observatory’s interface between science and society. It aims to provide science-based policy and decision support, technical assistance, capacity-building, and information-education-communication initiatives to its stakeholders and partners, i.e., national and local government agencies, international partners in Southeast Asia, non-government organizations, the private sector, and others. It aims to draw from the scientific, technical and research services of the different laboratories to ensure that science is harnessed by society and that social concerns shape the kind of science being done by the Observatory.
KLIMA LATEST NEWS AND FEATURES
- Klima Center of the Manila Observatory Condemns the Abduction of Jhed Tamano and Jonila Castro
- Accelerating Mitigation Efforts in the Asia Pacific: SB58
- Back at Bonn Climate Change Conference, yet What’s New?
- Loss and Damage: Perspectives from Southeast Asia
- ACT2025: Beyond Dialoguing to Action and Support to Avert, Minimize, and Address Loss and Damage
- Loss and Damage: Now or Never
- Supertyphoon Odette: Precautionary Tale
- Impacts of Taal Volcano Phreatic Eruption (12 January 2020) on the Environment and Population: Satellite-Based Observations Compared with Historical Records