Darryn McEvoy
Darryn McEvoy
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei rmit.edu.au
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Resilience: a bridging concept or a dead end?“Reframing” resilience: challenges for planning theory and practice interacting traps: resilience assessment of a pasture …
S Davoudi, K Shaw, LJ Haider, AE Quinlan, GD Peterson, C Wilkinson, ...
Planning theory & practice 13 (2), 299-333, 2012
Adaptation and mitigation in urban areas: synergies and conflicts
D McEvoy, S Lindley, J Handley
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Municipal Engineer 159 (4 …, 2006
Resilience and climate change adaptation: the importance of framing
D McEvoy, H Fünfgeld, K Bosomworth
Planning Practice & Research 28 (3), 280-293, 2013
Adaptation strategies for climate change in the urban environment: assessing climate change related risk in UK urban areas
SJ Lindley, JF Handley, N Theuray, E Peet, D McEvoy
Journal of Risk Research 9 (5), 543-568, 2006
Potential applications of subseasonal‐to‐seasonal (S2S) predictions
CJ White, H Carlsen, AW Robertson, RJT Klein, JK Lazo, A Kumar, ...
Meteorological applications 24 (3), 315-325, 2017
Impact and adaptation opportunities for European agriculture in response to climatic change and variability
M Moriondo, M Bindi, ZW Kundzewicz, M Szwed, A Chorynski, P Matczak, ...
Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 15 (7), 657-679, 2010
Framing climate change adaptation in policy and practice
H Fünfgeld, D McEvoy
Victorian Centre for Climate Change Adaptation Research, Melbourne, 2011
Climate change, equity and the Sustainable Development Goals: an urban perspective
D Reckien, F Creutzig, B Fernandez, S Lwasa, M Tovar-Restrepo, ...
Environment and Urbanization 29 (1), 159-182, 2017
The climate change challenge: linking vulnerability, adaptation, and mitigation
P Martens, D McEvoy, C Chang
Current opinion in environmental sustainability 1 (1), 14-18, 2009
Resilience as a useful concept for climate change adaptation?
H Funfgeld, D McEvoy
Planning Theory & Practice 13 (2), 324-328, 2012
Framing adaptation to climate-related extreme events
D McEvoy, P Matczak, I Banaszak, A Chorynski
Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 15 (7), 779-795, 2010
Frame divergence in climate change adaptation policy: insights from Australian local government planning
H Fünfgeld, D McEvoy
Environment and planning C: government and policy 32 (4), 603-622, 2014
The impact of the 2009 heat wave on Melbourne's critical infrastructure
D McEvoy, I Ahmed, J Mullett
Local environment 17 (8), 783-796, 2012
The climate learning ladder. A pragmatic procedure to support climate adaptation
JD Tàbara, X Dai, G Jia, D McEvoy, H Neufeldt, A Serra, S Werners, ...
Environmental Policy and Governance 20 (1), 1-11, 2010
The role of spatial risk assessment in the context of planning for adaptation in UK urban areas
SJ Lindley, JF Handley, D McEvoy, E Peet, N Theuray
Built environment 33 (1), 46-69, 2007
Climate change and cities
D McEvoy
Built Environment 33 (1), 5-9, 2007
Climate change and the visitor economy: Challenges and opportunities for England’s Northwest
D Mcevoy, J Handley, G Cavan, J Aylen, S Lindley, J Mcmorrow, S Glynn
Sustainability Northwest and UKCIP, 2006
Implications of climate change for shipping: Ports and supply chains
A Becker, AKY Ng, D McEvoy, J Mullett
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 9 (2), e508, 2018
Changes to climate and visitor behaviour: Implications for vulnerable landscapes in the North West Region of England
D McEvoy, G Cavan, J Handley, J McMorrow, S Lindley
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 16 (1), 101-121, 2008
The employment implications of a low‐carbon economy
D McEvoy, DC Gibbs, JWS Longhurst
Sustainable Development 8 (1), 27-38, 2000
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