Karen E McNamara
Karen E McNamara
School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Queensland, Australia
E-mail confirmado em uq.edu.au
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Livelihood resilience in the face of climate change
T Tanner, D Lewis, D Wrathall, R Bronen, N Cradock-Henry, S Huq, ...
Nature Climate Change 5 (1), 23-26, 2015
2992015
'We do not want to leave our land': Pacific ambassadors at the United Nations resist the category of 'climate refugees'
KE McNamara, C Gibson
Geoforum 40 (3), 475-483, 2009
2872009
Conceptualizing discourses on environmental refugees at the United Nations
KE McNamara
Population and Environment 29 (1), 12-24, 2007
1152007
A typology of solo independent women travellers
KE McNamara, B Prideaux
International Journal of Tourism Research 12 (3), 253-264, 2010
1042010
Being(s) framed: The means and ends of framing environmental migrants
H Ransan-Cooper, C Farbotko, KE McNamara, F Thornton, E Chevalier
Global Environmental Change 35, 106-115, 2015
902015
Planning for community relocations due to climate change in Fiji
KE McNamara, HJ Des Combes
International Journal of Disaster Risk Science 6 (3), 315-319, 2015
892015
Coping with extreme weather: communities in Fiji and Vanuatu share their experiences and knowledge
KE McNamara, SS Prasad
Climatic change 123 (2), 121-132, 2014
882014
Community-based climate change adaptation: a review of academic literature
KE McNamara, L Buggy
Local Environment 22 (4), 443-460, 2017
862017
Last chance tourism and the Great Barrier Reef
AE Piggott-McKellar, KE McNamara
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 25 (3), 397-415, 2017
772017
Climate-smart agriculture: perspectives and framings
A Chandra, KE McNamara, P Dargusch
Climate Policy 18 (4), 526-541, 2018
702018
Environmental sustainability in practice? A macro-scale profile of tourist accommodation facilities in Australia's coastal zone
KE McNamara, C Gibson
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 16 (1), 85-100, 2008
662008
The need to reinterpret “community” for climate change adaptation: a case study of Pele Island, Vanuatu
L Buggy, KE McNamara
Climate and Development 8 (3), 270-280, 2016
622016
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
572018
Taking stock of community‐based climate‐change adaptation projects in the Pacific
KE McNamara
Asia Pacific Viewpoint 54 (3), 398-405, 2013
572013
Solastalgia and the gendered nature of climate change: an example from Erub Island, Torres Strait
KE McNamara, R Westoby
EcoHealth 8 (2), 233-236, 2011
572011
Gendered vulnerabilities of smallholder farmers to climate change in conflict-prone areas: A case study from Mindanao, Philippines
A Chandra, KE McNamara, P Dargusch, AM Caspe, D Dalabajan
Journal of Rural Studies 50, 45-59, 2017
532017
Local knowledge and climate change adaptation on Erub Island, Torres Strait
KE McNamara, R Westoby
Local Environment 16 (9), 887-901, 2011
512011
An assessment of community-based adaptation initiatives in the Pacific Islands
KE McNamara, R Clissold, R Westoby, AE Piggott-McKellar, R Kumar, ...
Nature Climate Change 10 (7), 628-639, 2020
432020
Cross-border migration with dignity in Kiribati
KE McNamara
Forced Migration Review, 62, 2015
422015
What are the barriers to successful community-based climate change adaptation? A review of grey literature
AE Piggott-McKellar, KE McNamara, PD Nunn, JEM Watson
Local Environment 24 (4), 374-390, 2019
392019
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