I am a researcher working in adaptation decision-making and social simulation modelling. I implemented the Adaptation Options Explorer (ADX) prototype in which users can compare multiple decision-making methods. I also program in NetLogo - for multi-agent simulation - applied to the study of complex systems. Research domain areas include: decision-making methods, decision networks, sustainability of ecosystems and related livelihoods, environmentally-induced (human) migration, societal resilience and tipping points.
The SEI Initiative on Climate Services
This initiative aims to develop new approaches for the improved design, use and interpretation of climate services. This page describes the initiative and how to get involved.
Understanding Community Disaster Resilience
This animation visualises and explains the key components of the emBRACE project framework, and illustrates its potential utility as a tool to better understand CDR processes in communities.
emBRACE: Social Learning and Resilience Building
This report explores how the challenges faced by communities at risk from environmental hazards might be tackled via the application of social learning practices.
Mapping of social networks
Our social network maps provide a model of the links between significant individuals involved in key stages of the disaster planning, response and recovery phases.
emBRACE Flyover Northern England
Check out this Google Earth Flyover video for the emBRACE case study Northern England in the UK
emBRACE Flyover South Tyrol
Check out this Google Earth Flyover video for the emBRACE case study South Tyrol, Italy.