A qualified geographer, with an interest in interdisciplinary ‘solutions-oriented’ action research, Dr. Darryn McEvoy’s expertise covers climate risk assessment and adaptation, innovative adaptation practice (both institutions and technologies), institutional adaptive management (and adaptation as a process), vulnerability assessment, the building of local adaptive capacity, and the synergies and conflicts between the adaptation and mitigation agendas. Of particular interest is the translation of theory into practice, and highlighting the implications for climate risk management and decision-making (including both public and private actors).
Ahmed I., & McEvoy, D. (2010). Settlement planning, infrastructure and services in post-tsunami reconstruction projects in Sri Lanka and India. Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment, 5(1), pp. 53 – 65. doi: 10.1108/IJDRBE-08-2012-0028
Fünfgeld H., & McEvoy, D. (2012). Resilience as a useful concept for climate change adaptation? Planning Theory and Practice, 13(2), 324-328. doi: 10.1080/14649357.2012.677124
Fünfgeld H., McEvoy, D. (Accepted, awaiting publication). Framing considerations in climate change adaptation policy.Environment & Planning C: Government and Policy.
Fünfgeld H., & McEvoy, D. Framing climate change adaptation at the local scale. Nature Climate Change.
McEvoy, D., Fünfgeld, H., & Bosomworth, K. (2013). Resilience and climate change adaptation: the importance of framing. Planning Practice & Research, published online: 08 May 2013. doi:10.1080/02697459.2013.787710
Chhetri, P., Corcoran, J., Gekara, V., Maddox, C., & McEvoy, D. (2015). Seaport resilience to climate change: mapping vulnerability to sea-level rise. Journal of Spatial Science, 60(1), pp. 65 – 78. doi:10.1080/14498596.2014.943311
Trundle, A. & McEvoy, D. (2016). Urban greening, human health and well-being. In K.C. Seto, W.D. Solecki, &C.A. Griffith (Eds.). The Routledge Handbook of Urbanization and Global Environmental Change (pp. 276 – 292). London: Routledge.