Strapline:An International Journal
Category:Environmental Management / Environment
Table Of Contents - Special Issue: Recovery from the Indian Ocean Tsunami Disaster
Indian Ocean tsunami and aftermath: Need for environment‐disaster synergy in the reconstruction processRajib Shaw
The purpose of the paper is to provide an overview on two specific issues of reconstruction process: environment disaster linkage, and cross‐learning among affected…
Sustainable livelihood considerations for disaster risk management: Implications for implementation of the Government of Indonesia tsunami recovery planBob Alexander, Catherine Chan‐Halbrendt, Wilmar Salim
The purpose of this paper is to build on recent analysis of sustainable vulnerability reduction of the Government of Indonesia tsunami rehabilitation and reconstruction…
To provide a review of the general aspects of tsunamis and the specific aspects of the 2004 tsunami impacts on the coastal areas of India and surrounding islands.
It has been observed in a number of recent disasters, and most evidently after the South Asian tsunami, that remote, underdeveloped, and most vulnerable communities take…
Tsunami reconstruction and redevelopment in the Maldives: A case study of community participation and social actionManoj Pardasani
The purpose of this paper is to address the significance of trans‐disciplinary and inter‐disciplinary collaboration, and local community participation in redevelopment efforts.
This study aims to assess and evaluate the disaster management system in Sri Lanka and the capacity of a local community to respond to natural disasters, and to propose a…
To provide a theoretical perspective on and an empirical understanding of the decline in Phuket's tourism, the secondary impact of the 2004 tsunami.
To critically examine how the post‐tsunami recovery process has affected the livelihoods of small fisher communities in southern Thailand.
Taking care of people and communities: Rebuilding livelihoods through NGOs and the informal economy in Southern ThailandBronwyn Coate, John Handmer, Wei Choong
The purpose of this paper is to explore the role of NGOs in facilitating economic recovery to the tsunami devastated regions in Southern Thailand. This includes large…
To provide data on the tsunami hazard of the Mediterranean region, to outline the Maltese Islands specific tsunami risks.
The drinking water response to the Indian Ocean tsunami, including the role of household water treatmentThomas Clasen, Lucy Smith, Jeff Albert, Andrew Bastable, Jean‐Francois Fesselet
To document the drinking water component of the humanitarian response to the Great Sumatra‐Andaman earthquake of December 26, 2004, including a focus on the promotion of…
This paper aims to critically appraise the representation of women through photo‐essays used immediately following the December 26, 2004 tsunami disaster. Through analysis…
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Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
- Dr JC Gaillard
- Prof. Emmanuel Luna