Case Studies in Asia

Publications by Year:

2019 | 20182017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 and Earlier

2019 Publications:

Pereira, J. J. & Hunt, J.C.R. (eds). 2019. Climate Science & Technology in Asia: Current Status and Future Needs. Report of the Workshop on Status of Climate Science and Technology in Asia, 15-16 November 2018, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. LESTARI Publisher, Bangi, Malaysia.

Pereira, J. J., Nurfashareena M., Sian. L. C., Aziz, S., Hunt, J.C.R. 2019. Making Cities Disaster Resilient in a Changing Climate: The Case of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. IRDR Working Paper Series, 1-17.

Wang, K., Aktas, Y.D., Stocker, J., Carruthers, D., Hunt, J.C.R., Malki-Epshtein, L. 2019. Urban heat island modelling of a tropical city: case of Kuala Lumpur. Geoscience Letters 6, 4.

Pereira, J.J., Pulhin, J. M., Nyda, C., Tran Dinh Trong, Khadijah, S. 2019. Appraising slow onset hazards for loss and damage: Case studies in Southeast Asia. APN Science Bulletin, 9(1): 45-51.

2018 Publications:

Pereira, J.J. & Hunt, J.C.R. 2018. Asian Network on Climate Science and Technology (ANCST): Facilitating Exchange on Disaster Risk Information and Climate Science. In: Shaw R., S. Yang, E. Chan & P. Shi. 2018 (eds.). Science & technology into action: Disaster risk reduction perspectives from Asia. Beijing, China: ASTAAG Secretariat, pp. 23.

Byuiyan, T.R., Reza M.I.H, Choy, E.A. & Pereira, J.J. 2018. Facts and Trends of Urban Exposure to Flash Flood: A Case of Kuala Lumpur City. In: Zulkifli Yusof, Azmi Aris, Nor Eliza Alias, Kogila Vani Annammala, William L. Waugh, Jr. (eds). Improving Flood Management, Prediction on Monitoring. Emerald Publishing Limited, pp.79-90.

Pereira, J.J., 2018. Science and technology to enhance disaster resilience in a changing climate. In: Rajib Shaw, R., Shiwaku, K. & Izumi, T. (eds.). Science and Technology in Disaster Risk Reduction in Asia: Potentials and Challenges. Academic Press: London, pp. 31-38. 

2017 Publications:

Fung, J. C. H., Chan, J. C. L. & Hunt, J. C. R. 2017. Urban meteorology and climate research in Asia. Current Science 126, 1023-1024.

Pereira, J.J., Hunt, J. C. R. & Nurfashareena, M. 2017. Forecasting urban climate extremes. SEADPRI Bulletin 15, pp. 12.

2016 Publications:

Pereira, J. J. 2016. Approaches to Communicating Geoscience Information. Warta Geologi, Vol. 42, No. 1-2.

Pereira, J. J. 2016. Workshop on Science for Managing Disaster Risk. Warta Geologi, Vol. 42, No. 1-2.

Hunt, J. C. R., Chan, J. C. L. & Wu, J. 2016. Asian Urban Environment and Climate Change, Current Science, 110:8, 1398-1400.

Pereira, J.J. & Hunt, J. C. R. 2016. ANCST Advances Local Level Disaster Prevention through Climate Science. SEADPRI Bulletin 13, pp. 8.

Pereira, J.J. & Hunt, J.C.R. 2016. Future Cities Science to Action for Building Resilience of Urban Communities to Climate Induced Hazards. SEADPRI Bulletin 12, pp. 2.

2015 Publications:

Julian Hunt 2015. Hope rises for climate change adaptation, South China Morning Post, Monday 19 October 2015.

Hunt, J. C. R. & Li, Y. 2015. The heat is on to ensure sustainable development in Asia’s swelling cities. The Guardian Online, Tuesday 15 September 2015.

Bhat, G. S. & Hunt, J. C. R. 2015. Atmosphere-ocean interactions in the Indo-Pacific basin and their impact on Asian climate. Current Science, vol. 108, Friday 10 April 2015.

Hunt J. C. R. & Pereira J.J. 2015. International collaboration vital in reducing impact of natural disasters, The Guardian Online, Friday 13 March 2015.

Nurul, S. Y., Lim, C. S., Umi, A. J. & Pereira, J. J. 2015. The December 2015 flood in Kelantan: A post event perspective. Warta Geologi, Vol. 41, No. 3-4.

2014 Publications:

Hunt J. C. R. 2014. Is Asia Prepared for the Next Tsunami, The Wall Street Journal, Dec 24-28. Pp. 11

Hunt J. C. R. & Pereira J.J. 2014. COP20 is a forum for regional green policies not just global climate targets, The Guardian Online, Monday 1 December 2014

Hunt J. C. R. 2014. Starting with the Arctic, could some effects of global warming be reversed? Independent Online, 27 October 2014.

Hunt J. C. R. and Yuguo Li, 2014. Will climate change drive a revolution in building design? Delft University of Technology – Thu, 28 Aug 2014 []

Julian Hunt 2014. The Great Debate UK, changing weather patterns mean meteorology is more important than ever, Reuters UK Online, 24 March, 2014.

Pereira, J.J., Hunt J. C. R. & Chan, J. C. L. 2014. Science and Technology for Disaster Prevention and Climate Resilience in Asia. ASM Science Journal 8(1) 1-10.

Pereira, J.J., Reza, M.I.H. & Hunt J. 2014. Science and Technology for Disaster Prevention and Climate Resilience in Asia. ASM Science Journal 8(1) 83-85.

2013 Publications:

Julian Hunt 2013. Post-Haiyan, a New Paradigm is Needed to Prepare for Storms of the Future, The Huffington Post , 11 November 2013.

Hunt J. C. R. and Chan, J. C. L.2013. We must face up to the rising threat from coastal storm. Reuters UK Online, 16 October, 2013.

Julian Hunt 2013. Green economy: will it ever be people, planet and profit?, The Guardian Online, Tuesday 17 September 2013.

Julian Hunt 2013. Innovation holds key to growing economies, South China Morning Post, Monday 2 September 2013.

Julian Hunt 2013. Innovation holds key to green growth, South China Morning Post Online, Monday 2 September 2013.

Julian Hunt 2013. Preserving Natural Capital, The New York Times, 28 August 2013.

Hunt, J. C. R., 2013. More freezes will melt climate change doubts; Sceptics are convinced when they see the evidence: freak weather will worsen unless we act. The Times, 2 April 2013.

2012 Publications:

Hunt J. C. R. and Chan, J. C. L. 2012. Urgent preparation needed for storms. The Straits Times, Wednesday December 5 2012.

Hunt J. C. R. & Pereira J.J. 2012. When access to information may mean the difference between life or death, South China Morning Post, 26 November 2012.

Julian Hunt 2012. Dickens and Science, Trinity Annual Record, 2012. Pp. 120-127.

Hunt, J. & Pereira, J.J., 2012. How Social Media Can Play a Major Role in Disaster Forecasting and Recovery.

2011 Publications:

Julian Hunt 2011. The Great Debate UK: As world population hits 7 billion, megacities pose growing risks, Reuters UK, 31 October 2011.

Hunt J. C. R. and Yuguo Li, 2011. Growing Pains of Megacities , The Straits Times, Saturday, October 29 2011, Page a35

Hunt J. C. R. and Yuguo Li, 2011. The big challenge , South China Morning Post, Saturday, October 29, 2011, Pp. A135

Hunt J. C. R. and Yuguo Li, 2011. Megacities face a growing risk from the planet , Business Day, October 27, 2011.

Julian Hunt 2011. Disasters like this can be prepared for, Independent UK, Sunday 23 October 2011.

Julian Hunt 2011. The real danger of flooding, Daily Times, Saturday 1 October 2011, pp. A7.

Hunt J. C. R. and J. Srinivasan. 2011. A sea change in Asia’s response, The Straits Times, Friday 30 September, 2011, pp. A22.

Hunt J. C. R. and Townshend T. 2011. A (good) change of climate, European Voice, 26 May 2011, pp. 11.

Hunt J. C. R. and Graham C. 2011. A Nuclear Third Way, The New York Times, March 24, 2011.

Hunt J. C. R. and Day S. 2011. Japan and the next step for disaster preparedness, The Wall Street Journal, Monday, March 14, 2011.

Srinivasan, J & Hunt, JCR, 2011. Climate change in Asia, Current Science, vol. 101, no. 10, pp.1269–1270.

2010 and Earlier Publications:

Julian Hunt 2010. Adapting to Change, South China Morning Post, Tuesday December 14, 2010, pp. A15.

Julian Hunt 2010. Wake-up calls, South China Morning Post, Monday November 1, 2010, pp. A15.

Julian Hunt 2010. Act locally while awaiting global climate treaty, The Australian, October 08, 2010.

Julian Hunt 2010. Deluges after the deluge, The Guardian, Tuesday August 24, 2010.

Applications to Climate Policy Lecture – Julian Hunt on 24 March 2010

Julian Hunt 2009. How Prepared are we for another Tsunami?, The Wall Street Journal, December 22, 2009.

Julian Hunt 2009. Failure at such a grand level means we have to act locally, The Guardian, Saturday December 19, 2009.

Julian Hunt 2009. Opinion, New Scientist, August 8, 2009, pp. 22-23.

Julian Hunt 2009. Opinion: Why China needs help cutting its emissions, New Scientist, August 5, 2009.