Silvia Serrao-Neumann
Silvia Serrao-Neumann
Associate Professor, The University of Waikato
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Environmental sustainability: a case of policy implementation failure?
M Howes, L Wortley, R Potts, A Dedekorkut-Howes, S Serrao-Neumann, ...
Sustainability 9 (2), 165, 2017
Interrogating resilience: toward a typology to improve its operationalization
JL Davidson, C Jacobson, A Lyth, A Dedekorkut-Howes, CL Baldwin, ...
Ecology and society 21 (2), 2016
Water in the city: Green open spaces, land use planning and flood management–An Australian case study
G Schuch, S Serrao-Neumann, E Morgan, DL Choy
Land use policy 63, 539-550, 2017
Maximising synergies between disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation: Potential enablers for improved planning outcomes
S Serrao-Neumann, F Crick, B Harman, G Schuch, DL Choy
Environmental Science & Policy 50, 46-61, 2015
Public engagement and climate adaptation: insights from three local governments in Australia
S Serrao-Neumann, B Harman, A Leitch, D Low Choy
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 58 (7), 1196-1216, 2015
Unpacking components of sustainable and resilient urban food systems
LC Vieira, S Serrao-Neumann, M Howes, B Mackey
Journal of cleaner production 200, 318-330, 2018
Connecting land-use and water planning: Prospects for an urban water metabolism approach
S Serrao-Neumann, M Renouf, SJ Kenway, DL Choy
Cities 60, 13-27, 2017
Urban water metabolism indicators derived from a water mass balance–bridging the gap between visions and performance assessment of urban water resource management
MA Renouf, S Serrao-Neumann, SJ Kenway, EA Morgan, DL Choy
Water research 122, 669-677, 2017
One human settlement: A transdisciplinary approach to climate change adaptation research
S Serrao-Neumann, G Schuch, B Harman, F Crick, M Sano, O Sahin, ...
Futures 65, 97-109, 2015
Improving cross-sectoral climate change adaptation for coastal settlements: insights from South East Queensland, Australia
S Serrao-Neumann, F Crick, B Harman, M Sano, O Sahin, R Van Staden, ...
Regional Environmental Change 14, 489-500, 2014
Drivers and temporality of internal migration in the context of slow-onset natural hazards: Insights from north-west rural Bangladesh
ME Kabir, S Serrao-Neumann, P Davey, M Hossain, MT Alam
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 31, 617-626, 2018
Marine governance to avoid tipping points: Can we adapt the adaptability envelope?
S Serrao-Neumann, JL Davidson, CL Baldwin, A Dedekorkut-Howes, ...
Marine Policy 65, 56-67, 2016
Understanding urban water performance at the city-region scale using an urban water metabolism evaluation framework
MA Renouf, SJ Kenway, KL Lam, T Weber, E Roux, S Serrao-Neumann, ...
Water research 137, 395-406, 2018
The role of anticipatory governance in local climate adaptation: Observations from Australia
S Serrao-Neumann, BP Harman, D Low Choy
Planning practice & research 28 (4), 440-463, 2013
Climate change adaptation: is there a role for intervention research?
S Serrao-Neumann, GM Di Giulio, LC Ferreira, DL Choy
Futures 53, 86-97, 2013
Urban water metabolism information for planning water sensitive city-regions
S Serrao-Neumann, MA Renouf, E Morgan, SJ Kenway, DL Choy
Land Use Policy 88, 104144, 2019
Climate change adaptation narratives: Linking climate knowledge and future thinking
L Coulter, S Serrao-Neumann, E Coiacetto
Futures 111, 57-70, 2019
When salient science is not enough to advance climate change adaptation: Lessons from Brazil and Australia
S Serrao-Neumann, G Di Giulio, DL Choy
Environmental Science & Policy 109, 73-82, 2020
Intrinsic barriers to and opportunities for community empowerment in community-based tourism development in Thai Nguyen province, Vietnam
DTN Nguyen, AM d'Hauteserre, S Serrao-Neumann
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 30 (4), 723-741, 2022
Learning from cross-border arrangements to support climate change adaptation in Australia
W Steele, I Sporne, P Dale, S Shearer, L Singh-Peterson, ...
Journal of environmental planning and management 57 (5), 682-703, 2014
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