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2016

Is There Such a Thing as a “Natural” Disaster? RSIS Commentaries

International Disasters in Asia Pacific: Indonesia’s Civil-Military Responses, RSIS Comentaries

The West Sumatra Earthquakes: Not Learning Our Lessons? RSIS Commentaries

“Gaps” in Tsunami Alert System, New Strait Times, Singapore

El Nino: Coping with the New Normal, RSIS Comentaries

Zika Risk Governance and Climate Change, RSIS Commentaries

2015

Linking Food Security, Climate Adaptation and Carbon Management: A Case Study from Indonesia. Landscape for People, Food and Nature.

Cities in darkness: Searching for new hope, Jakarta Post

Indonesia’s Haze and Disaster Governance Deficit, RSIS Commentaries

Priorities for disaster risk reduction, Jakarta Post

Get ready for future crisis in food production in Southeast Asia, Jakarta Post

Jokowi’s Food Sovereignty Narrative: Military in the Rice Land? RSIS Commentaries

Brunei’s Vision 2035: Can It Achieve Food Self-Sufficiency? RSIS Commentaries

Netting more ways to keep fish farms sustainable, Strait Times Singapore

Climate Change and Food Supply: Reinforcing the North-South Divide, RSIS Commentaries

2014

Agriculture and fisheries after the tsunami, Jakarta Post

Irrigation infrastructure prone to climate change, catastrophes, Jakarta Post

Climate adaptation creates conflicts, Jakarta Post

Asian food security under +2 and +4°C climate change: IPCC assessment report 2014, Jakarta Post

Quick response to volcanic activity, Jakarta Post

WTO Breakthrough on Stockpiles: Sustaining Food Security. RSIS Commentaries

Putting A Price on Carbon: From Lima to Paris 2015. RSIS Commentaries

Food Sovereignty Discourse in Southeast Asia: Helpful or Disruptive. RSIS Commentaries

Disaster Risk Governance: Strengthening Collaboration with Non – State Actors. RSIS Commentaries

Volcanos test Indonesia’s disaster management. East Asia Forum

2013

Governing the risk of haze and ASEAN diplomacy

Let’€™s talk of defecation: Rethinking the future of sanitation

Sticks and carrots in urban waste management in Indonesia

2012

Do we have more or less forests today than in the past?

Semarang joins the ‘sinking cities network’

2011

Get ready for major disasters

Children and youths as climate guardians

Disaster risk science for disaster risk reduction

2010

Early warning systems and politics of fear

Occidentalism and the Future of the Humanitarian Emergency Management

2009

Feeling better, doing worse?

Our starving children

Reflections on the case of tsunami early warning system in Indonesia, Risk Frontiers Briefing Note # 184.
2008
Warning system is about people, Jakarta Post

2007

Aceh’s security, development and institutional transformation, Jakarta Post

Excuses, inaction only add to global warming burden. Jakarta Post

2006

New direction needed for disaster management, Jakarta Post

Famine, drought, malnutrition: Defining and fighting hunger, Jakarta Post

The Cost Incomplete Worst Case Scenario, Jakarta Post

2005

Kyoto’s Destiny and Global Future. The Jakarta Post

Disaster and the Path of Sustainable Development of Aceh, Jakarta Post

 

 

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