Nishara Fernando
Nishara Fernando
Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka
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Extreme events and disasters: a window of opportunity for change? Analysis of organizational, institutional and political changes, formal and informal responses after mega …
J Birkmann, P Buckle, J Jaeger, M Pelling, N Setiadi, M Garschagen, ...
Natural hazards 55 (3), 637-655, 2010
Measuring revealed and emergent vulnerabilities of coastal communities to tsunami in Sri Lanka
J Birkmann, N Fernando
Disasters 32 (1), 82-105, 2008
The complex decision-making of climate-induced relocation: Adaptation and loss and damage
KE McNamara, R Bronen, N Fernando, S Klepp
Climate Policy 18 (1), 111-117, 2018
From top-down to “community-centric” approaches to early warning systems: exploring pathways to improve disaster risk reduction through community participation
MA Baudoin, S Henly-Shepard, N Fernando, A Sitati, Z Zommers
International Journal of Disaster Risk Science 7 (2), 163-174, 2016
Tsunami risk reduction–are we better prepared today than in 2004?
F Løvholt, NJ Setiadi, J Birkmann, CB Harbitz, C Bach, N Fernando, ...
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 10, 127-142, 2014
The COVID-19 Outbreak in Sri Lanka: a synoptic analysis focusing on trends, impacts, risks and science-policy interaction processes
D Amaratunga, N Fernando, R Haigh, N Jayasinghe
Progress in Disaster Science 8, 100133, 2020
Measuring vulnerability in Sri Lanka at the local level
J Birkmann, N Fernando, S Hettige
Measuring vulnerability to natural hazards: Towards disaster resilient …, 2006
Graduate Research Series vol. 6: Forced Relocation after the Indian Ocean Tsunami 2004-Case study of vulnerable populations in three relocation settlements in Galle, Sri Lanka
N Fernando
UNU-EHS, Germany, 2012
Early warning systems and livelihood resilience: Exploring opportunities for community participation
MA Baudoin, S Henly-Shepard, N Fernando, A Sitati
UNU-EHS, 2014
Locally led adaptation: drivers for appropriate grassroots initiatives
R Westoby, R Clissold, KE McNamara, I Ahmed, BP Resurrección, ...
Local Environment 26 (2), 313-319, 2021
Migration and Natural Hazards: Is Relocation a Secondary Disaster or an Opportunity for Vulnerability Reduction?
N Fernando, K Warner, J Birkmann
Environment, Forced Migration and Social Vulnerability, 145-156, 2010
Rapid Vulnerability Assessment in Sri Lanka.
J Birkmann, N Fernando, S Hettige
Increasing flood risk awareness and warning readiness by participation–But who understands what under ‘participation’?
A Fekete, AB Aslam, MM de Brito, I Dominguez, N Fernando, CJ Illing, ...
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 57, 102157, 2021
Relocating the displaced: Strategies for sustainable relocation
N Fernando, A Punchihewa
Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, 2013
Re-framing island nations as champions of resilience in the face of climate change and disaster risk
RM De Souza, S Henly-Shepard, K McNamara, N Fernando
UNU-EHS, 2015
Social processes in post-crisis municipal solid waste management innovations: A proposal for research and knowledge exchange in South Asia
R Véron, N Fernando, NC Narayanan, B Upreti, B Ambat, R Pallawala, ...
Research Ideas and Outcomes 4, 2018
Dynamics of vulnerability: Relocation in the context of natural hazards and disasters
J Birkmann, M Garschagen, N Fernando, VV Tuan, A Oliver-Smith, ...
Measuring Vulnerability to Natural Hazards, 505-50, 2013
Voluntary or involuntary relocation of underserved settlers in the city of Colombo as a Flood Risk Reduction Strategy: A Case Study of Three Relocation Projects
N Fernando
Procedia engineering 212, 1026-1033, 2018
Acceptance to be the host of a resettlement Programme: a literature review
P Sridarran, K Keraminiyage, N Fernando
Procedia engineering 212, 962-969, 2018
Landslide Induced Displacement and Relocation Options: A Case Study of Owner Driven Settings in Sri Lanka
A Senanayake, N Fernando, M Wasana, D Amaratunga, R Haigh, ...
Sustainability 14 (3), 1906, 2022
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