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GIS Analysis Reveals Climate Trends and Projections Insights for Naga City

The Coastal Cities at Risk Project conducted by the Ateneo de Manila, Manila Observatory, National Resilience Council and the Ateneo de Naga University included data and information on the trends of various environmental parameters including temperature. The image below shows baseline temperature of Naga City for the months of March, April, and May covering 1986-2005.

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The Impact of How We Use Land on Our Planet’s Temperature

Land use patterns and land surface temperature are closely connected. Land use patterns refer to how humans utilize and modify the land, such as by building cities, farming, draining wetlands and marshes, flattening hills, or preserving natural areas. Land surface temperature (LST) refers to how hot or cold the Earth’s surface is in different areas

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AdNU-SHS Joins INECAR for their Work Immersion

We’re thrilled to share the success of our Senior High School students’ recent work immersion program, conducted in partnership with the Ateneo de Naga University – Senior High School and the Institute for Environmental Conservation and Research (INECAR)!  Before the immersion proper, an orientation session was held to provide the students with guidelines and ideas

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An Analysis of Solid Waste Generation (2020-2023) at Ateneo de Naga University-Main Campus

This is an attempt to provide a comprehensive analysis of solid waste generation at Ateneo de Naga University-Main Campus from January 2020 to July 2023. The Institute for Environmental Conservation and Research (INECAR) examined the waste generation patterns, aiming to shed light on our collective efforts to create a greener and more environmentally responsible campus.

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Online Dashboard for Solid Wastes Monitoring

The Institute for Environmental Conservation and Research (INECAR) through its Ateneo Regional Environmental Geographic Information Systems (REGIS) Hub developed an interactive online dashboard for monitoring solid waste management in its Bonoan and Main Campuses. This dashboard is a comprehensive tool that provides real-time data and insights on solid waste management practices within the university. The

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The Heat is On: How Higher Heat Index Affects Communities and Why Trees in Urban Environments are Essential

Image source: https://pubfiles.pagasa.dost.gov.ph/iaas/heat_index/highestheatIndex.png According to the World Health Organization (2018), sudden increases in heat due to exposure to hotter-than-normal temperatures can impair the body’s capacity to regulate its temperature. This will lead to heat cramps, heat exhaustion, heatstroke, and hyperthermia with the following symptoms: unconsciousness, confusion, and seizure. As temperatures continue to rise around the

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ADNU and LGU Naga Present during the GRID-DSS Culminating Activity

          The National Resilience Council (NRC) held the Culminating Activity for the Web-based Geospatial Risk Database (GRID) for COVID-19 Pandemic Response and Recovery – Coaching and Mentoring Phase last September 17, 2020. It was participated online by the different partner LGUs and Academe all over the country. Distinguished guests were also

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