Dr Johanna Nalau
Dr Johanna Nalau
Australian Research Council DECRA Fellow, Griffith University
Verified email at griffith.edu.au - Homepage
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Adaptation opportunities, constraints and limits. Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability
R Klein, G Midgley, B Preston, M Alam, F Berkhout, K Dow, M Shaw, ...
Cambridge University Press, 2014
A Reisinger, R Kitching, F Chiew, L Hughes, P Newton, S Schuster, A Tait, ...
Climate change 2014: Impacts, adaptation, and vulnerability. Part B …, 2014
Is adaptation a local responsibility?
J Nalau, BL Preston, MC Maloney
Environmental Science and Policy 48, 89-98, 2015
Strategies for improving adaptation practice in developing countries
D Conway, J Mustelin
Nature Climate Change 4, 339–342, 2014
Climate adaptation heuristics and the science/policy divide
BL Preston, J Mustelin, MC Maloney
Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 20 (3), 467-497, 2015
Planning for climate change: is greater public participation the key to success?
P Burton, J Mustelin
Urban Policy and Research 31 (4), 399-415, 2013
Understanding current and future vulnerability in coastal settings: community perceptions and preferences for adaptation in Zanzibar, Tanzania
J Mustelin, RG Klein, B Assaid, T Sitari, M Khamis, A Mzee, T Haji
Population and Environment 31 (5), 371-398, 2010
Alternative approaches to co-design: insights from indigenous/academic research collaborations
M Parsons, K Fisher, J Nalau
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 20, 99-105, 2016
When is transformation a viable policy alternative?
J Nalau, J Handmer
Environmental Science & Policy 54, 349-356, 2015
The practice of integrating adaptation and disaster risk reduction in the south-west Pacific
J Nalau, J Handmer, M Dalesa, H Foster, J Edwards, H Kauhiona, L Yates, ...
Climate and Development 8 (4), 365-375, 2016
Tempering growth: planning for the challenges of climate change and growth management in SEQ
A Dedekorkut, J Mustelin, M Howes, J Byrne
Australian Planner 47 (3), 203-215, 2010
Science for loss and damage. Findings and propositions
R Mechler, E Calliari, LM Bouwer, T Schinko, S Surminski, ...
Loss and damage from climate change, 3-37, 2019
Historical analogies as tools in understanding transformation
M Parsons, J Nalau
Global Environmental Change 38, 82-96, 2016
Alternative perspectives on sustainability: indigenous knowledge and methodologies
M Parsons, J Nalau, K Fisher
Challenges in Sustainability 5 (1), 7-14, 2017
Climate adaptation research for the next generation
J Mustelin, N Kuruppu, AM Kramer, J Daron, K de Bruin, AG Noriega
Climate and Development 5 (3), 189-193, 2013
Triggering transformation: Managing resilience or invoking real change
J Mustelin, J Handmer
Proceedings of transformation in a changing climate, 19-21, 2013
Climate change adaptation in South East Queensland human settlements: issues and context, a report for the South East Queensland Climate Adaptation Research Initiative
J McDonald, S Baum, F Crick, J Czarnecki, G Field, D Low Choy, ...
Griffith University, March, 2010
Assessing adaptive capacity and adaptation: Insights from Samoan tourism operators
M Parsons, C Brown, J Nalau, K Fisher
Climate and Development 10 (7), 644-663, 2018
A review of themes in disaster resilience literature and international practice since 2012
A Tiernan, L Drennan, J Nalau, E Onyango, L Morrissey, B Mackey
Policy Design and Practice 2 (1), 53-74, 2019
The role of indigenous and traditional knowledge in ecosystem-based adaptation: A review of the literature and case studies from the Pacific Islands
J Nalau, S Becken, J Schliephack, M Parsons, C Brown, B Mackey
Weather, Climate, and Society 10 (4), 851-865, 2018
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