Strapline:An International Journal
Category:Environmental Management / Environment
Table Of Contents
A study of housing reconstruction and social cohesion among conflict and tsunami affected communities in Sri LankaRichard Haigh, Siri Hettige, Maheshika Sakalasuriya, G. Vickneswaran, Lasantha Namal Weerasena
The purpose of this paper is to critically analyse the role of housing reconstruction projects in post conflict and post tsunami Sri Lanka, and to discuss their…
After tsunami 2004, it was estimated that more than 98,000 permanent houses had to be rebuilt. However, ten years on, as communities, are they satisfied in their new…
The impact of disasters caused by natural hazards on people in affected communities is mediated by a whole range of circumstances such as the intensity of the disaster…
The purpose of this paper is to introduce a guideline to mainstream women into disaster reduction in the built environment in Sri Lanka.
Overcoming challenges faced by local governments in creating a resilient built environment in citiesChamindi Malalgoda, Dilanthi Amaratunga, Richard Haigh
Although, a number of initiatives have been taken after the devastating Indian Ocean tsunami to institutionalise disaster risk reduction (DRR), gaps still exist in the Sri…
The purpose of this paper is to present a system dynamics (SD) model that allows one to simulate resource deployment to fulfill increasing needs for commodities such as…
“Lets talk about you …”: Opening space for local experience, action and learning in disaster risk reductionTerry Gibson, Ben Wisner
The purpose of this paper is to report on the creation of innovative methods for engaging in conversations about everyday risk.
Critical success factors for post-disaster infrastructure recovery: Learning from the Canterbury (NZ) earthquake recoveryMiao Liu, Eric Scheepbouwer, Sonia Giovinazzi
The purpose of this paper is to synthesise critical success factors (CSFs) for advancing post-disaster infrastructure recovery and underpinning recovery authorities in…
The purpose of this paper is to look into the socio-cultural contexts that shaped people’s evacuation decisions during typhoon Haiyan in three affected areas in the Philippines.
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Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
- Dr JC Gaillard
- Prof. Emmanuel Luna