Publications


Penehuro F Lefale
Cheryl L Anderson
  • Lefale, P.F., P. Faiva, and C.L. Anderson.  2017. Living with Change (LivC): An Integrated National Strategy for Enhancing the Resilience of Tokelau to Climate Change and Related Hazards, 2017-2030. Wellington, New Zealand: Government of Tokelau and LeA International Consultants, Ltd.
  • Lefale, P.F., P. Faiva, and C.L. Anderson. 2017. Living with Change (LivC): An Integrated National Strategy for Enhancing the Resilience of Tokelau to Climate Change and Related Hazards, 2017-2030 - IMPLEMENTATION PLAN, 2017-2022. Wellington, New Zealand: Government of Tokelau and LeA International Consultants, Ltd.
  • Anderson, C., with F. Haddad, A.R. Rizvi, and C. Tirado. 2015.  "Promoting Resilience, Rights, and Resources: Gender-Responsive Adaptation Across Sectors." Chapter 3 in Aguilar, L., Granat, M., and Owren, C. (2015). Roots for the Future: The Landscape and way forward on gender and climate change. Washington, DC: IUCN.
  • McLeod, Elizabeth, B. Szuster, E.L. Tompkins, N. Marshall, T. Downing, S. Wongbusarakum, A. Patwardhan, M. Hamza, C. AndersonS. Bharwani, L. Hansen, and P. Rubinoff.  July 2015 (in press). “Using expert knowledge to develop a vulnerability and adaptation framework and methodology for application in tropical island communities.”  Coastal Management.
  • Lefale, P.F and C.L. Anderson2014. “Climate Engineering and Small Island States: Panacea or Catastrophe?” Opinion Article. Geoengineering Our Climate Working Paper and Opinion Article Series. Available: http://wp.me/p2zsRk and https://www.researchgate.net/publication/271509666_Climate_Engineering_and_Small_Islands_Panacea_or_Catastrophe [accessed Nov 18, 2015].
  • Henly-Shepard, S., C.L. Anderson, K. Burnett, L.J. Cox, J. Kittinger, and  M. Ka’aumoana. 2014. Quantifying household social resilience: a place-based approach in a rapidly transforming community. Natural Hazards.
  • Severance, C., R Franco, M. Hamnett, C. Anderson, and F. Aitaoto. 2013. “Effort Triggers, Fish Flow, and Customary Exchange in American Samoa and the Northern Marianas: Critical Human Dimensions of Western Pacific Fisheries.” Pacific Science, 67(3):383-393.
  • Anderson, C.L., M. Piscolish, and S. Henly-Shepard. 2012. “Outcomes from Integrating Socioeconomic Assessments to Build Community Resilience in Mitigating Drought in Hawaiʻi” University of Hawaii Social Science Research Institute: TR2012.
  • Anderson, C.L. 2012. Overview of Climate Risk Reduction in the US Pacific Islands Hazard Mitigation Planning Efforts.  University of Hawaii Social Science Research Institute and Pacific Regional Integrated Science and Assessment: TR201103A. Overview of Climate Risk Reduction in the US Pacific Islands Freely Associated States.  University of Hawaii Social Science Research Institute and Pacific Regional Integrated Science and Assessment: TR201103B. Analysis of Integrating Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation in the US Pacific Islands and Freely Associated States.  University of Hawaii Social Science Research Institute and Pacific Regional Integrated Science and Assessment: TR201105.
  • Anderson, C.L. 2009. “Gendered dimensions of disaster risk management, natural resource management, and climate change adaptation in the Pacific.” Women in Fisheries Information Bulletin.  Noumea, New Caledonia: Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) Marine Resources Division, November, 20:3-9.
  • Anderson, C.L. 2009. Stories from the Pacific:Gendered Dimensions of Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change Adaptation in the Pacific Islands. AusAID and UNDP Pacific Centre. 
  • Anderson, C.L.  2009. “Organizing to Reduce Risk: the Honolulu Call to Action.” in Women, Gender, and Disaster: Global Issues and Initiatives. E.  Enarson and P.G. Dhar Chakrabarti, editors. London: Sage Publications. 
  • Anderson, C.L. 2008.  “Climate Risk Assessment for Coastal Policy in the Pacific Islands.” Solutions to Coastal Disasters 2008.  L. Wallendorf, L. Ewing, C. Jones, and B. Jaffe, (Eds.). Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers. 97-106. 
  • Anderson C.L.  2008. Gender Dimensions in the Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction.  Gender, Technology, and Development 12 (1), 139-146.  Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, Singapore: Sage Publications. 
  • Anderson, C, et. al. 2008. “Evolution of a Climate Risk Management Process in the Pacific: PEAC to PaCIS.”  IPCC Task Group for Data and Scenario Support for Impact and Climate Analysis (IPCC/TGICA) Expert Meeting in Nadi, Fiji, 18-22 June 2007.