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  1. Unveiling transboundary challenges in river flood risk management: learning from the Ciliwung River basin
  2. Role of the built environment stakeholders in climate change adaptation
  3. A review of tsunami early warning at the local level - Key actors, dissemination pathways, and remaining challenges
  4. Inclusivity in online and distance disaster education: A review of educators' views
  5. Technological Innovations for Enhancing Disaster Resilience in Smart Cities: A Comprehensive Urban Scholar’s Analysis
  6. Towards an Inclusive Disaster Education: The State of Online Disaster Education from the Learner’s Perspective
  7. Need for effective detection and early warnings for epidemic and pandemic preparedness planning in the context of multi-hazards: Lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic
  8. Modelling compound flooding: a case study from Jakarta, Indonesia
  9. Coordination Challenges Facing Effective Flood Governance in the Ciliwung River Basin
  10. Internal Displacement in Nigeria: What Are the Preventive Measures?
  11. Living with Landslide Risks: A Case of Resistance to Relocation Among Vulnerable Households Residing in the Kegalle District of Sri Lanka
  12. Policy Recommendations for Built Environment Professional Bodies in Upgrading Their Professional Competencies to Address Displacement Contexts
  13. Rebuilding Communities After Displacement
  14. The Role of Social Capital as a Post-relocation Coping Mechanism: A Case Study of Kegalle, Sri Lanka
  15. Green and Blue Infrastructure as Nature-Based Better Preparedness Solutions for Disaster Risk Reduction: Key Policy Aspects
  16. A Review of Climate Change Impact on the Built Environment in Coastal Regions
  17. Climate Change Impacts on Built Environment: A Systematic Review
  18. Critical Analysis of Tsunami Preparedness at Local Level for Sustainable Urban Planning in Sri Lanka
  19. A Study of Urban Planning in Tsunami-Prone Areas of Sri Lanka
  20. A Conceptual Framework to Understand the Multi-Hazard Early Warning Mechanism in Communication Management
  21. BARRIERS THAT HINDER INCLUSIVE ONLINE EDUCATION AND THE GOOD PRACTICES IN DIGITAL PEDAGOGY
  22. Exploring the Impact of Planned Relocation on Agricultural Income Generation in Sri Lanka
  23. A common framework for MOOC curricular development in climate change education - Findings and adaptations under the BECK project for higher education institutions in Europe and Asia
  24. Economic resilience in an era of ‘systemic risk’: Insights from four key economic sectors in Sri Lanka
  25. Evaluating the network of stakeholders in Multi-Hazard Early Warning Systems for multiple hazards amidst biological outbreaks: Sri Lanka as a case in point
  26. Addressing housing needs of the displaced people promoting resilient and sustainable communities
  27. Approaches to Strengthen the Social Cohesion between Displaced and Host Communities
  28. Value for money in transport infrastructure investment: An enhanced model for better procurement decisions
  29. Landslide Induced Displacement and Relocation Options: A Case Study of Owner Driven Settings in Sri Lanka
  30. Epidemics and pandemics risk governance: a case of post-COVID-19 in the United Kingdom
  31. National perspectives of COVID-19: case of Sri Lanka
  32. Post-tsunami Indonesia: An Enquiry into the Success of Interface in Indonesian Tsunami Early Warning System
  33. Disaster Resilient Properties: Built Environment Discourse
  34. Development of a Framework to Examine the Transportation Infrastructure Resilience; Sri Lankan Context
  35. Incorparation of Disasater Risk Reduction and Disasater Resilient Mechanisms into the Building Tool of GREENSL® Rating System for Built Environment
  36. Investigating the Variables that Influence the Use of Social Media for Disaster Risk Communication in Sri Lanka
  37. Redesigning and Repurposing Healthcare Facilities for the New Normal, COVID-19: A Review on New Approaches in Hospital Systems
  38. Identifying gaps in early warning mechanisms and evacuation procedures for tsunamis in Sri Lanka, with a special focus on the use of social media
  39. Towards an improved understanding of participation in natural hazard early warning systems
  40. Evaluation of societal trust on multi-hazard early warning (MHEW) mechanism: Sri Lankan context
  41. A Conceptual Framework for Flood Impact Mitigation Through Transboundary River Management
  42. A capacity needs assessment to integrate MOOC-based climate change education with the higher education institutions in Europe and developing countries in Asia: findings of the focused group survey in PCHEI under the BECK project
  43. Role of higher education institutions toward effective multi-hazard early warnings in Asia
  44. A Cross Case Analysis of the Upstream–Downstream Interface in the Tsunami Early Warning Systems of Indonesia, Maldives, Myanmar and Sri Lanka
  45. An Analysis of the Downstream Operationalisation of the End-To-End Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System in Sri Lanka
  46. Role of the Built Environment in Rebuilding Displaced and Host Communities
  47. Exploring alternative livelihood in oil-spill impacted communities: A Nigerian perspective
  48. Transboundary River Governance Practices for Flood Risk Reduction in Europe: A Review
  49. A Preparedness Index (PI) to Assess the Capacities for Tsunami Warning and Evacuation Planning: A Case Study from Padang City, Indonesia
  50. A Systematic Literature Review of Community-Based Knowledge in Disaster Risk Reduction
  51. Disasters, Climate Change and Development Nexus: Food Security Sector in Asia
  52. Increasing the Capacity of Higher Education to Strengthen Multi-Hazard Early Warning in Asia
  53. Research and Innovation in the Context of Disaster Resilience in the Sri Lankan Higher Education Sector
  54. Role of Disaster Risk Resilient Cities in Facilitating the Achievement of Sustainable Development
  55. A Conceptual Framework for Social Media Use During Disasters
  56. A Study on Stakeholder Trust in Sri Lanka’s Multi-Hazard Early Warning (MHEW) Mechanism
  57. The Downstream Mechanism of Coastal Multi-Hazard Early Warning Systems
  58. The Relationship Between COVID-19 Preparedness Parameters and its Impact in Developing Effective Response Mechanisms
  59. Towards Broadening the Scope of Disaster Risk Reduction: An Exploration of How Epidemic and Pandemic Preparedness is Currently Embedded Within Existing Disaster Risk Reduction Planning in Sri Lanka
  60. Critical Factors that Hinder Integration of CCA and DRR: Global Perspective
  61. Impact of the disaster-induced relocation process on the displaced communities in Kegalle district, Sri Lanka
  62. Governance, Institutions and People within the Interface of a Tsunami Early Warning System
  63. Factors affecting the women's empowerment in disaster risk governance structure in Sri Lanka
  64. The COVID-19 outbreak in Sri Lanka: A synoptic analysis focusing on trends, impacts, risks and science-policy interaction processes.
  65. Enablers for Effective Multi-hazard Early Warning System: A Literature Review
  66. Integration of the Concept of Disaster Resilience for Sustainable Construction—An Analysis on the Competency Requirements of the Built Environment Professionals
  67. Feasibility of Using Mobile Apps in Communication and Dissemination Process of Multi-hazard Early Warning (MHEW) Mechanism in Sri Lankan Context
  68. Incorporation of Disaster Risk Reduction Mechanisms for Flood Hazards into the Greensl® Rating System for Built Environment in Sri Lanka
  69. Examining the Community Perception Towards Communication Modes of Issuing Multi-Hazard Early Warning (MHEW) in Sri Lanka
  70. A study of people-centered early warning system in the face of near-field tsunami risk for Indonesian coastal cities
  71. The upstream-downstream interface of Sri Lanka’s tsunami early warning system
  72. Urbanisation and the Built Environment: Exploring How the Built Environment Can Enhance the Health and Wellbeing of the People Living in Urban Slums
  73. A micro scale study of climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction in coastal urban strategic planning for the Jakarta
  74. Societal Impact of the Research Study on Governance of Upstream-Downstream Interface of Tsunami Early Warning - The Case of Sri Lanka
  75. A framework for reconstruction of road infrastructure after a disaster
  76. Application of Social Network Analysis (SNA) to Identify Communication Network Associated with Multi-Hazard Early Warning (MHEW) in Sri Lanka
  77. Regional Cooperation towards Effective Multi-Hazard Early Warnings in Asia
  78. A Resilient Environment through The Integration of CCA and DRR: An Overview of Existing Challenges
  79. Practices of Tsunami Evacuation Planning in Padang, Indonesia
  80. A Study of The Upstream-downstream Interface in End-to-end Tsunami Early Warning and Mitigation Systems
  81. Balanced urban design process to create resilient and sustainable urban environments
  82. Research Approach towards Formulating Research and Innovation Capacity Development Framework for Disaster Resilience in Higher Education Institutions
  83. Plan and design public open spaces incorporating disaster management strategies with sustainable development strategies: a literature synthesis
  84. Need for strong university-industry partnerships: a case study in Sri Lanka
  85. Editorial: Using scientific knowledge to inform policy and practice in disaster risk reduction
  86. Strengthening Skills in Research Methods in Higher Education Institutions to Improve Societal Resilience to Disasters
  87. A Conceptual framework to analyse consequences of post conflict reconstruction interventions
  88. A Study into the Role of International Collaborations in Higher Education to Enhance Research Capacity for Disaster Resilience
  89. A capacity analysis framework for multi-hazard early warning in coastal communities
  90. A model and system for an integrated analysis of the iterative life cycle of university-industry partnerships
  91. Challenges associated with integrating CCA and DRR in the UK- A review on the existing legal and policy background
  92. Community level indicators of long term disaster recovery
  93. Development of Research and Innovation Capacity Index of HEIs on Disaster Resilience Related Studies
  94. Empowering local governments in making cities resilient to disasters: research methodological perspectives
  95. Environmental Policies within the Context of Compensation for Oil Spill Disaster Impacts: A Literature Synthesis
  96. Evaluation of the Impacts of Oil Spill Disaster on Communities and Its Influence on Restiveness in Niger Delta, Nigeria
  97. Impacts of Disaster to SMEs in Malaysia
  98. Integration of disaster management strategies with planning and designing public open spaces
  99. Mainstreaming Social Transformation in Recovery and Development Projects: Case of Sri Lanka
  100. Mapping stakeholders associated with societal challenges: A Methodological Framework
  101. Provision of Social Infrastructure for Resettled Victims of the 2004 Tsunami: Evidence from the grass roots
  102. Role of women in disaster risk governance
  103. Sound Practices of Disaster Risk Reduction at Local Level
  104. Strategic challenges in development planning for Denpasar City and the coastal urban agglomeration of Sarbagita
  105. The Barriers to Research and Innovation in Disaster Resilience in Higher Education Institutions in Asia
  106. Tsunami Evacuation Routes Using Network Analysis: A case study in Padang
  107. Current context of transport sector in South Asia
  108. Disaster recovery project management: A critical service
  109. News
  110. Managing housing needs of post conflict housing reconstruction: Sri Lankan perspective
  111. A study of housing reconstruction and social cohesion among conflict and tsunami affected communities in Sri Lanka
  112. An integrated social response to disasters: the case of the Indian Ocean tsunami in Sri Lanka
  113. Mainstreaming women into disaster reduction in the built environment
  114. Overcoming challenges faced by local governments in creating a resilient built environment in cities
  115. Managing housing needs in post conflict housing reconstruction in Sri Lanka: gaps verses recommendations
  116. Moving from 2015 to 2030: challenges and opportunities for higher education
  117. Post conflict housing reconstruction
  118. Call for papers: International Journal of Project Management
  119. Post-Disaster Housing Reconstruction in Sri Lanka
  120. The role of science in the new Sendai framework for action on disaster risk reduction 2015-2030
  121. Development of the post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction
  122. Evaluation of vulnerability factors for cyclones: The case of Patuakhali, Bangladesh
  123. Climate change 2014: well, what now?
  124. The career advancement of the professional women in the UK construction industry
  125. Editorial
  126. ANDROID: An Inter-disciplinary Academic Network that Promotes Co-operation and Innovation among European Higher Education to Increase Society's Resilience to Disasters
  127. Assessing Gender Vulnerability within Post-earthquake Reconstruction: Case Study from Indonesia
  128. Challenges in Creating a Disaster Resilient Built Environment
  129. Public-private Partnerships (PPP) in Disaster Management in Developing Countries: A Conceptual Framework
  130. Tackling Women's Vulnerabilities through Integrating a Gender Perspective into Disaster Risk Reduction in the Built Environment
  131. The Analysis of Tsunami Vertical Shelter in Padang City
  132. Climate change making extreme events worse in Australia
  133. Developing an approach to assess the influence of integrating disaster risk reduction practices into infrastructure reconstruction on socio‐economic development
  134. Making Cities Resilient: from awareness to implementation
  135. Creating a disaster resilient built environment in urban cities
  136. Impact of integrating disaster risk reduction philosophies into infrastructure reconstruction projects in Sri Lanka
  137. Managing disaster knowledge: identification of knowledge factors and challenges
  138. Strategies for the effective engagement of multi‐national construction enterprises in post‐disaster building and infrastructure projects
  139. Post-disaster construction & demolition debris management: a Sri Lanka case study
  140. Making cities resilient
  141. Extreme weather will strike as climate change takes hold
  142. Client's championing characteristics that promote construction innovation
  143. A window of opportunity
  144. Post-Disaster Reconstruction of the Built Environment
  145. Private Construction Sector Engagement in Post-Disaster Reconstruction
  146. Conclusion
  147. Introduction
  148. Stakeholder Consultation in the Reconstruction Process
  149. Structured approach to measure performance in construction research and development
  150. The contrasting fortunes of Christchurch and Port-au-Prince
  151. Developing Capacities for Disaster Risk Reduction in the Built Environment: Capacity analysis in Sri Lanka
  152. Integration of “disaster risk reduction” into infrastructure reconstruction sector
  153. Consequences, challenges and opportunities
  154. Consequences, challenges and opportunities
  155. An integrative review of the built environment discipline's role in the development of society's resilience to disasters
  156. Disasters and the built environment: towards a mature discipline
  157. Critical success factors of construction research and development
  158. Knowledge model for post‐disaster management
  159. Guest editorial
  160. Post disaster waste management strategies in developing countries: Case of Sri Lanka
  161. A human‐computer interaction principles based framework to assess the user perception of web based virtual research environments
  162. Mainstreaming gender in disaster reduction: why and how?
  163. Guest editorial
  164. Disaster Mitigation through Collaborative Knowledge‐Sharing Practices
  165. Automation and Robotics in Post Disaster Waste Management: Post Tsunami Sri Lanka
  166. Minimising Content Stagnation in Construction Education: Automating the Content Update through a Shared Web Repository for Distance Construction Education
  167. Knowledge management practices in facilities organisations: a case study
  168. Performance measurement in the construction research and development
  169. Enhancing the quality and consistency of undergraduate dissertation assessment
  170. Tacit knowledge and organisational performance: construction industry perspective
  171. Attitudes and perceptions of construction workforce on construction waste in Sri Lanka
  172. Embedding good practice sharing within process improvement
  173. Improving project processes: best practice case study
  174. Assessment of facilities management process capability: a NHS facilities case study
  175. Application of the balanced score‐card concept to develop a conceptual framework to measure facilities management performance within NHS facilities
  176. SPICE: a business process diagnostics tool for construction projects
  177. Construction and Women