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Climate Adaptation & Everyday Leadership

  • How to stay curious

    We all know the saying that curiosity killed the cat. Yet, curious people are much more likely to pursue innovation, excel in their careers, and question assumptions that most of us take for granted. In "Curious: The Desire to Know & Why Your Future Depends on it" Ian Leslie [...]

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Hi, I’m Johanna Nalau.

Griffith University, Gold Coast, Australia

I am an adaptation scientist who is profoundly curious about the human nature and its ability to adapt. I specialise in uncovering specific rules of thumb, or what are called heuristics, that guide our decisionmaking. My blog dwells on the wonders of decision-making and the kinds of heuristics that are helpful in moving us forward.

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Hi, I’m Johanna Nalau.

Griffith University, Gold Coast, Australia

I am an adaptation scientist who is profoundly curious about the human nature and its ability to adapt. I specialise in uncovering specific rules of thumb, or what are called heuristics, that guide our decisionmaking. My blog dwells on the wonders of decision-making and the kinds of heuristics that are helpful in moving us forward.

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Hi, I’m Johanna Nalau.

Griffith University, Gold Coast, Australia

I am an Adaptation Scientist who is passionate about decision-making mindsets and how we can adapt and thrive in a changing climate.

I am a huge leadership fanatic as I firmly believe that good leadership enables better lives and better decisions across organisations and scientific fields.

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Today is my favourite day as our paper with @edwardrcarr is out! We look at the behind-the-scenes assumptions about #climateadaptation and provide a typology on how to assess #adaptationbenefits. Open access here https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2212096323000050 @Griffith_Uni @WaspClimate #climatechange

This is something that I think about on daily or at least weekly basis: where are those ‘super-tipping points’ that can have massive changes in the ways we live? Not all #transformation is easily detectable https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2023/jan/20/super-tipping-points-climate-electric-cars-meat-emissions?CMP=share_btn_tw #climateadaptation

We have extended the deadline for #AF2023!! Now Jan 30th. I’m still writing my own abstracts so plenty of time for everyone to finish theirs. Can’t wait to see where the field of #adaptationscience and practice is at 🤩🤩. @WaspClimate #climate

Starting a new trend: "#Books that I just did not have time to read and now it's time to take them back to the library". Eclectic collection but most have to do with how we #think, make #decisions, and progress #ideas. #innovation #shiftingmindsets #climateadaptation #BookLover

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