Darryn McEvoy

Research Professor (Environmental sciences)

Melbourne

Publications

  • Climate resilient seaports
  • Energy supply measures to reduce regional carbon intensity: opportunities and constraints
  • Imagining the unimaginable: Synthesis of essays on abrupt and extreme climate change
  • Implications of climate change for shipping: Ports and supply chains
  • Integrating Teaching and Learning with Inter-Disciplinary Action Research in Support of Climate Resilient Urban Development
  • Land tenure and urban climate resilience in the South Pacific
  • Unpacking the Pacific Urban Agenda: Resilience Challenges and Opportunities
  • Climate Resilient Urban Development
  • Seaport resilience to climate change: mapping vulnerability to sea-level rise
  • Urban sustainability: problems facing the 'local' approach to carbon-reduction strategies
  • Assessing carbon flow at the local scale
  • Toolkits for regional sustainable development
  • Framework for the construction of local CO2 inventories
  • Assessing the employment implications of a sustainable energy system: A methodological overview
  • City-regions and the development of sustainable energy-supply systems
  • In support of urban adaptation: a participatory assessment process for secondary cities in Vietnam and Bangladesh
  • Climate change and the visitor economy in the uplands
  • Imagining the unimaginable: Synthesis of essays on abrupt and extreme climate change
  • Framing climate change adaptation learning and action: The case of Lahore, Pakistan
  • Climate change, equity and the Sustainable Development Goals: an urban perspective
  • Post-tsunami resettlement in Sri Lanka and India: Site planning, infrastructure and services
  • The employment implications of a low-carbon economy
  • Resilience and Climate Change Adaptation: The Importance of Framing
  • Adaptation and mitigation in urban areas: Synergies and conflicts
  • Perceptions of Climate Vulnerability, Tenure Security and Resettlement Priorities: insights from Lami Town, Fiji Islands
  • The role of tourism in a changing climate for conservation and development. A problem-oriented study in the Kailash Sacred Landscape, Nepal
  • The climate learning ladder. A pragmatic procedure to support climate adaptation
  • The climate change challenge: linking vulnerability, adaptation, and mitigation
  • Bulk mineral flows and the sustainable development of the north west of England
  • Frame divergence in climate change adaptation policy: Insights from australian local government planning
  • Climate change and cities
  • Enhancing the resilience of seaports to a changing climate
  • The prospects for improved energy efficiency in the UK residential sector
  • Changes to climate and visitor behaviour: Implications for vulnerable landscapes in the north west region of England
  • Reducing residential carbon intensity: The new role for English local authorities
  • Resilience: A Bridging Concept or a Dead End? "Reframing" Resilience: Challenges for Planning Theory and Practice Interacting Traps: Resilience Assessment of a Pasture Management System in Northern Afghanistan Urban Resilience: What Does it Mean in Planning Practice? Resilience as a Useful Concept for Climate Change Adaptation? The Politics of Resilience for Planning: A Cautionary Note
  • The role of spatial risk assessment in the context of planning for adaptation in UK urban areas
  • Potential applications of subseasonal-to-seasonal (S2S) predictions
  • Framing adaptation to climate-related extreme events
  • Adaptation strategies for climate change in the urban environment: Assessing climate change related risk in UK urban areas
  • The impact of the 2009 heat wave on Melbourne's critical infrastructure
  • Using subseasonal-to-seasonal (S2S) extreme rainfall forecasts for extended-range flood prediction in Australia
  • Managing the flow of construction minerals in the north west region of England: A mass balance approach
  • Impact and adaptation opportunities for European agriculture in response to climatic change and variability
  • Adapting to water scarcity in a changing climate: The role of institutions in transborder settings
  • Cross-border organisations as an adaptive water management response to climate change: The case of the Guadiana river basin
  • The Benefits of Fit-for-Purpose Land Administration for Urban Community Resilience in a Time of Climate Change and COVID-19 Pandemic
  • The Benefits of Fit-for-Purpose Land Administration for Urban Community Resilience in a Time of Climate Change and COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Community profiling to support inclusive urban community-based climate adaptation: experiences of a survey-based approach in urban informal settlements in Honiara, Solomon Islands

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Alexei Trundle

Research Fellow in Sustainable Urban Development - Melbourne, Australia

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