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Dr Kimberley Reis
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Towards networked governance: improving interagency communication and collaboration for disaster risk management and climate change adaptation in Australia
M Howes, P Tangney, K Reis, D Grant-Smith, M Heazle, K Bosomworth, ...
Journal of environmental planning and management 58 (5), 757-776, 2015
2022015
Mainstreaming climate change adaptation: An incremental approach to disaster risk management in Australia
M Heazle, P Tangney, P Burton, M Howes, D Grant-Smith, K Reis, ...
Environmental and Science Policy 33, 162-170, 2013
1032013
Rethinking disaster risk management and climate change adaptation: Final Report [NCCARF Publication 88/13]
M Howes, D Grant-Smith, K Reis, K Bosomworth, P Tangney, M Heazle, ...
National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF), 2013
252013
The challenge of integrating climate change adaptation and disaster risk management: Lessons from bushfire and flood inquiries in an Australian context
M Howes, D Grant-Smith, K Reis, P Tangney, K Bosomworth, M Heazle, ...
Urban Planning Program, Griffith University, 2012
152012
Five things government can do to encourage local food contingency plans
K Reis
Journal of environmental planning and management 62 (13), 2295-2312, 2019
142019
Community and School Gardens as Spaces for Learning Social Resilience.
K Reis, JA Ferreira
Canadian Journal of Environmental Education 20, 63-77, 2015
112015
Rethinking disaster risk management and climate change adaptation: final report
M Howes, D Grant-Smith, K Reis, K Bosomworth, P Tangney, M Heazle, ...
National Climate Change Adaptation Facility, Griffith University: Brisbane, 2013
112013
Towards local food resilience: Key considerations for building local food resilience and contingency plans: A focus on the Cairns region.
K Reis, C Desha, M Bailey, P Liddy, S Campbell
10*2021
Working through disaster risk management to support regional food resilience: a case study in North-Eastern Australia
K Reis, C Desha, S Campbell, P Liddy
Sustainability 14 (4), 2466, 2022
82022
Rethinking emergency management and climate adaptation policies
M Howes, D Grant-Smith, K Bosomworth, K Reis, P Tangney, M Heazle, ...
The Refereed Proceedings of the 2012 Australian Political Studies …, 2012
72012
Food for thought: The governance of garden networks for building local food security and community-based disaster resilience
K Reis
PhD Diss. Griffith University, Brisbane. https://research-repository …, 2013
62013
Public policy, disaster risk management and climate change adaptation
M Howes, D Grant-Smith, K Reis, K Bosomworth, P Tangney, M Heazle, ...
Public Policy Network Conference, 2013
62013
We’ve had a taste of disrupted food supplies – here are 5 ways we can avoid a repeat
K Reis, C Desha, P Burton
The Conversation, 2020
42020
Planning for food contingencies: A call to action
K Reis, C Desha, A Rifai
Australian Journal of Emergency Management, The 34 (4), 14-15, 2019
42019
Re-Conceptualizing Community Resilience in Australian Disaster Risk Management
K Reis, D Grant-Smith, P Burton, M Howes, M Heazle, P Tangney, ...
Conference CD–Rom, Sydney, Climate Adaptation, 2013
42013
Closing the loop on local food access through disaster management
DC Reis K
The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Urban and Regional Futures., 2021
22021
Food for thought: learning to build local food security and community-based disaster resilience through garden networks
K Reis
Environmental Education Research 22 (3), 440-441, 2016
12016
Using secondary data from mobile phones to monitor local food market access during disasters: an Australian case study
A Qasim, D Tjondronegoro, C Desha, K Reis, F Dwirahmadi
International Journal of Digital Earth 17 (1), 2330689, 2024
2024
Exploring resilience concepts and strategies within regional food systems: a systematic literature review
S Keegan, K Reis, A Roiko, C Desha
Food Security, 1-25, 2023
2023
Key Takeaways
K Reis, G Brent, S Martin
Routledge Handbook of University-Community Partnerships in Planning Education, 2023
2023
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