Research Publications for Iain C White

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  • Glavovic, B., White, I. C., Schneider, P., & Smith, R. (2017). Natural hazards and resilience planning. In New Zealand Planning Institute Annual Conference: 'Changing Places'. Conference held at Wellington, New Zealand.

  • White, I. (2017). Past, present and future urban water: The challenges in creating more beneficial trajectories. In S. Bell, A. Allen, P. Hofmann, & T. -H. Teh (Eds.), Urban Water Trajectories (Vol. 6, pp. 165-178). Springer.

  • White, I. C. (2017). Unprecedented but not unexpected. In Waikato Times (pp. 6).

  • Hanna, C., White, I., & Glavovic, B. (2017). Designing with nature. Build Magazine, 159(April/May), 42-44.

  • O'Hare, P., White, I., & Connelly, A. (2017). Insurance as maladaptation: resilience and the 'business as usual' paradox. In D. Chandler, & J. Coaffee (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of International Resilience (pp. 238-250). Routledge.

  • White, I., & Haughton, G. (2017). Risky times: Hazard management and the tyranny of the present. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, -online, 1-8. doi:10.1016/j.ijdrr.2017.01.018

  • O'Hare, P., White, I. C., & Connelly, A. (2017). Insuring we fail? flood risk, vulnerability and the limits to 'bouncing back'. Town and Country Planning, 86(4), 160-164.

  • Wallace, P., Martin, R., & White, I. (2017). Keeping pace with technology: drones, disturbance and policy deficiency. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, -online. doi:10.1080/09640568.2017.1353957

  • White, I., & Haughton, G. (2016). Groundhog Day - Again: how to break the disaster-response cycle. Water New Zealand, (194), 27-29.

  • Haughton, G., & White, I. C. (2016). Groundhog Day: why the government needs a new approach to stop failing on flooding.

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