Found 125 Archive items
Tait, P., Vallance, S. and Rutherford, P. (forthcoming). Expanding the conversational terrain: A Choice Experiment exploring residents’ preference for future use of the Avon River Residential Red Zone. Land Use Policy
Prior, J., Kuruppu, N. (invited, under review). Governmentality and Urban Health: Reflections from a Small Island Developing State. Journal of Urban Health.
Kuruppu, N., Capon, T.(2016) Climate change, traditional knowledge and health. Correspondence Letter. The Lancet
Khalil, M., Jacobs, B., Kuruppu, N., (2016) Grassroots Technologies and Community Trust in Climate Change Adaptation: Learning from Coastal Settlements of Bangladesh. In: Leal, W. (eds), Climate Change Management:Innovation in Climate Change Adaptation. Springer, Switzerland, pp.297-311
Kuruppu, N., Mukheibir, P., Murta, J., (2015). Ensuring small business continuity under a changing climate; The role of adaptive capacity. In: Palutikof, J.P., Boulter, S.L., Barnett, J. & Rissik, D. (eds.), Applied Studies in Climate Adaptation: Australian Experiences. Wiley, Oxford.
Kuruppu, N., Willie, R.2015. ‘Barriers to Reducing Climate-Enhanced Disaster Risks in Small islands through Anticipatory Adaptation’, Weather and Climate Extremes, vol.7, pp.72-83.
Gero A, Fletcher SM, Rumsey M, Thiessen J, Kuruppu N, Buchan J,Daly J. and Willetts J. 2014. Disasters and climate change in the Pacific: Adaptive capacity of humanitarian response organisations- Climate and Development, vol.1.
Rumsey M, Fletcher SM, Thiessen J, Gero A, Kuruppu N, Daly J, Buchan J, Willetts J. 2014. A qualitative examination of the health workforce needs during climate change disaster response in Pacific Island Countries, Human Resources for Health,vol.12, no.2. DOI:10.1186/1478-4491-12-9
Fletcher SM, Thiessen J, Gero A, Rumsey M, Kuruppu N., Willetts J. 2013. ‘Traditional Coping Strategies and Disaster Response: Examples from the South Pacific Region’, Journal of Environmental and Public Health, pp.1-9. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/264503
Mukheibir, P., Kuruppu, N., Gerro, A., Herriman, J. 2013. ‘Overcoming cross-scale challenges to climate change adaptation in local government: A focus on Australia’, Climatic Change, vol.121, no.2, pp.271-283
Mustelin, J., Kuruppu, N., Matus Kramer, A., Guerra-Noriega, A., de Bruin, K. and Daron, J. 2013. ‘Climate Adaptation Research for the Next Generation’, Climate and Development, vol.5, no.3, pp.189-193
Ekstrom,M., Kuruppu,N., Wilby, J, Fowler, H., Dessai, S., Chiew, F., Young, B. 2012. ‘Examination of climate risk using a modified uncertainty matrix framework—Applications in the water sector’, Global Environmental Change, vol.23, no.2, pp.119-126
Kuruppu, N., Liverman, D. 2011, ‘Mental preparation for climate adaptation: The role of cognition and culture in enhancing adaptive capacity of water management in Kiribati’, Global Environmental Change, vol. 21, no. 2, pp. 657-669
Kuruppu, N. 2009, ‘Adapting water resources to climate change in Kiribati: The importance of cultural values and meaning’, Environmental Science and Policy, vol. 12, no. 7, pp. 799-809
Evoh, J. Chijioke & Agu, O. Ugochukwu, (2015) “Binding constraints to Inclusive and Job-rich growth in Nigeria: A Macro and Sector Policies and Strategies Review.” A Report for the International Labour Organization (ILO).
Evoh, J. Chijioke & Agu, O. Ugochukwu, (2015) “Employment Mapping and Institutional Assessment and Coordination Mechanism Study-Nigeria.” A Report for the International Labour Organization (ILO)
Brief for GSDR 2016 Edition. United Nations Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform
Evoh, J. Chijioke, et al (2016) Sustainability in a changing world: integrating human health and wellbeing, urbanisation, and ecosystem services
Evoh, J. Chijioke & Shumba Owen (2016) Integrated Health Governance and Sustainability: Rebuilding Livelihoods and Resilience in Post-Ebola Communities in West Africa. Brief for GSDR 2016 Edition. United Nations Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform
Evoh, J. Chijioke (2010) “A Comparative Analysis of Educational Portals: Evaluating Benchmarks and Standards for Success.” Academy for Educational Development (AED), Washington, DC.