Parallel session 28 -Climate extremes and disaster management

Thursday 2 October 2014 – Day 3, 1.30-3.00 pm
Room 6
Chair: John Handmer (RMIT)
Evaluating mining industry options for adapting to climate extremes
Supriya Mathew1, Ros Taplin*2, Brendan Fox2, Ann Henderson-Sellers3, Stefan Trueck3, Tim Keighley3
1Charles Darwin University, Australia, 2University of New South Wales, Australia, 3Macquarie University, Australia
Public information, flood and property value: quasi-experimental analysis
Darshana Rajapaksa*, Vincent Hoang, Boon Lee, Clevo Wilson
Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Future flood risk: Issues for adaptation
Rhiannon Niven
The University of Adelaide, Australia
Flood Risk Management and Adaptation Action for the Taiwan Electric Sector
King Wang
Chung Hua Institution for Economic Research, Taiwan
Adaptation and the limits of capacity: an examination of household adaptation to bushfire risk in Mount Dandenong
Colette Mortreux
University of Melbourne, Australia
Building a climate-based malaria early warning system in the Solomon Islands
Lloyd Tahani1, Jason Smith*2, Isabelle Jeanne2
1Solomon Islands Meteorological Service, Solomon Islands, 2Bureau of Meteorology, Australia