My past and current research draws inspiration from a wide variety of topics with a solid focus on climate adaptation. I focus my publications on issues that provide new insights into climate adaptation, what role adaptation science plays in decision-making, and the mindsets that enable us to make better and bolder decisions.
I strongly believe that two brains are better than one. I have first hand experience how debate accelerates ideas and I thrive on collaboration. That’s why majority of my publications are with colleagues from different disciplinary backgrounds. I am always happy to email a copy of anything I’ve published.
Nalau, J. and Verrall, B. (2021). Mapping the evolution and current trends in climate adaptation science. Climate Risk Management, Volume 32, 100290.
Nalau, J., Torabi, E., Edwards, N., Howes, M., & Morgan, E. (2021). A critical exploration of adaptation heuristics. Climate Risk Management, Volume 32, 100292.
J. Nalau (2019). Adapting to climate change: the priority for Australia. The Interpreter, Lowy Institute, 30th April 2019.
Preston, B. and J. Nalau (2019). We can’t save everything from climate change: here is how to make choices. The Conversation 23rd January, 2019.
J. Nalau (2019). Climate change and businesses: the case for private sector leadership in the Asia-Pacific. The State of Neighbourhood Report 2019, Asia Institute, Griffith University.
Leal Filho, W. and Nalau, J. (2018) (Eds). The very first book on Limits to Climate Change Adaptation has just been published by Springer that I co-edited. The book contributes to the next Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Sixth Assessment Report on the concept of adaptation limits with case studies around the world.