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LIST OF ONGOING INTERNAL PROJECTS

Project Photo/Logo Title Description Period Proponents Funding Agency
-- Gender-sensitive Central Luzon State University Local Climate Change Action Plan In spite of the fact that climate change affects women and men differently, gender-sensitive climate change action plans are still not widely developed. The general objective of the project is to develop a Gender-Sensitive CLSU Climate Change Action Plan. Specifically, it seeks to 1) Conduct in depth analysis on how men and women affect and are affected differently by climate change 2) Develop climate change adaptation and mitigation that integrate gender perspectives 3) Implement climate change adaptation and mitigation efforts that address gender-based vulnerability and inequality. 5/1/2022-04/30/2023
  • Lea S. Caguiat,
  • Gella Patria L. Abella,
  • Roberto D. Pelayo,
  • Daryl A. Juganas,
  • Edmark P. Bulaong,
  • Teodora A. Polo,
  • Jocelyn T. Neuda
-- GREEN GAIN PROJECT: Gender Empowerment thru Greenhouse Gas Inventory in Barangay Sto. Tomas, San jose City Nueva Ecija The Green Gain Project aims to estimate and quantify the carbon emissions of households in Barangay Sto. Tomas, San Jose City, Nueva Ecija. The inventory of greenhouse gases will enable quantifiable measures for adaptation and mitigation strategies to be developed. The project aims to have a greenhouse gas inventory that Establish partnership with City and Barangay LGUs, City GAD FPS and Management Offices; Raise the level of awareness and preparedness of the constituents of the barangay on Greenhouse Gases; Capacitate the household of the barangay on GHGI and Reporting; Determine adaptation and mitigation strategies towards carbon emissions; and Generate sex-disaggregated data for carbon emissions. 4/1/2022-12/31/2022
  • Edmark P. Bulaong,
  • Gella Patria L. Abella,
  • Roberto D. Pelayo,
  • Daryl A. Juganas,
  • Lea S. Caguiat,
  • Teodora A. Polo,
  • Neal Vincent L. Fernando
-- Environmental Impact Assessment Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is the process of securing the Environmental Compliance Certificate from the Department of Environmental and Natural Resources (DENR) – Environmental Management Bureau. The project aims to issue an Environmental Compliance Certificate from the DENR that certifies that the university has complied with the requirements of the EIS System and the proponent has committed to implement its approved Environmental Management Plan (EMP) to address the environmental impacts and to operate within the best environmental practice. The assessment requires an Environmental Impact Assessment Report that involves predicting, monitoring, and evaluating the impacts of the existing projects at the Central Luzon State University including the academic laboratories, research facilities, hostels, and student dormitories. 11/1/2021-11/1/2022
  • Edgar A. Orden,
  • Gella Patria L. Abella,
  • Redel L. Gutierrez,
  • Jessah Mae A. Flores
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-- Vulnerability Assesment of Central Luzon State University and its Students to Climate Change The objective of the study is to identify the specific climate change challenges faced by the agricultural sector of CLSU and the health welfare of the students to understand the different climate risks, vulnerabilities, adaptation and resilience. This study is to provide the policy and decision-makers with science-based information on the magnitude and/or degree of vulnerability of CLSU to drought and flood hazards. It also analyzes and determines as to where and what interventions should be conducted as well as the strategies and methods to be applied. 6/1/2021-4/30/2022
  • Eliza E. Camaso,
  • Gella Patria L. Abella,
  • Roberto D. Pelayo,
  • Edmark P. Bulaong,
  • Neal Vincent L. Fernando