Publications and Resources
Athayde, S. F. 2014. Editor of a Peer-Reviewed Contemporary Debate: “Indigenous Peoples, Dams and Resistance in Brazilian Amazon” Tipití: Journal of the Society for the Anthropology of Lowland South America 12 (2): 80-92.
Athayde, S. F. and E. Sponholtz. 2012. Multimedia Report: Stories of the Ancestors: Uncertainty and Resilience in a Vulnerable World”. 13th Congress of the International Society of Ethnobiology, Montpellier, France, 20-25 of May of 2012. You tube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9UNuFPBfO_w
Athayde, S. F. and M. Schmink. 2014 “Adaptive Resistance”, Conservation and Development in the Brazilian Amazon: Contradictions of Political Organization and Empowerment in the Kaiabi Diaspora. Ethnohistory 61(3): 549-574.
Athayde, S. F., W. L. Bartels, R. Buschbacher, and R. D. R. Seluchinesk. 2013. Collaborative learning, transdisciplinarity and social-environmental management in the Amazon: approaches to knowledge production between academia and society. RBPG 10(21): 723-748. English version, Special Issue on Postgraduate Education and Sustainable Development in Brazil.
Athayde, S. F.; A. Kaiabi; K. Y. Ono and M. Alexiades. 2009. Weaving power: displacement and the dynamics of basketry knowledge amongst the Kaiabi in the Brazilian Amazon. In: M. Alexiades (ed.) Mobility and Migration in Indigenous Amazonia: Contemporary Ethnoecological Perspectives. London: Berghahn Books. Ch 11, 249-274 pp.
Athayde, S.; J. Dutka-Gianelli; D. Kaplan; F. Leite; and S. Bohlman. 2014. International Symposium: Engineered Landscapes: Society, the Environment, and Shifting Values in Brazil and the United States. Post-Symposium Summary and Report. Amazon Dams Network, Tropical Conservation and Development Program. Gainesville, University of Florida.
Baudoin M-A. (2013). Climate Change Adaptation in Southern Benin: International policy and field reality in Benin. Carrapatoso A. and Kurzinger E. (eds.), Climate Resilient Development: Participatory solution from developing countries, London, Routledge Studies in Sustainable Development, pp. 59-85
Baudoin M-A. (2013). Enhancing climate change adaptation in Africa: Assessing the role of local institutions in Southern Benin. Climate and Development, 2(6): 122-131. DOI 10.1080/17565529.2013.844677
Baudoin M-A. and Wolde-Georgis T. (2015). Disaster Risk Reduction in the Greater Horn of Africa: Identifying lessons for hydro-meteorological risk management. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, February 2015, Open Access (published online) DOI: 10.1007/s13753-015-0041-x
Baudoin M-A., Cuni Sanchez A. and Fandohan B. (2014). Small scale farmers’ vulnerability to climatic changes in southern Benin: The importance of farmers’ perceptions of existing institutions. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 8(19): 1195-1207. DOI: 10.1007/s11027-013-9468-9
Baudoin M-A., Henley-Shepard S., Fernando N., Sitati A. and Zommers Z. (2014). Early warning systems and livelihood resilience: exploring opportunities for communities’ participation. UNU-EHS Working Paper Series, No.1, Bonn: United Nations University Institute of Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS).
Eiser, R.J., Bostrom, A., Burton, I., Johnston, D. M., McClure, J., Paton, D., & White, M.P. (2012). Risk interpretation and action: A conceptual framework for responses to natural hazards. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 1, 5–16.
Glantz M.H. and Baudoin M-A. (2014). Working with A Changing Climate, Not against It – Hydro-Meteorological Disaster Risk Reduction: A Survey of Lessons Learned for Resilient Adaptation to a Changing Climate. Consortium for Capacity Building, USAID-OFDA.
Lambert, S. (2014 b). Indigenous Peoples and urban disaster: Māori responses to the 2010-12 Christchurch earthquakes. Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies, 18(1), 39-48. doi:http://www.massey.ac.nz/~trauma/issues/2014-1/AJDTS_18-1_Lambert.pdf
Lambert, S., &. (2014 a). Indigenous Peoples and Disasters: opportunities and obligations of efficiency. Wellington: School of Economics and Finance, Victoria University. http://www.lincoln.ac.nz/conversation/maori-resilience/files/2014/04/Indigenous-Peoples-and-Disasters-v2.docx
Okorie V. O. With Kolawole O. D., Agboola A.F Ojubanire M. O. (2010) Agriculture and Weather Variability: How Local Farmers Mitigate Climate Shocks In South-Western Nigeria In: Adebooye, O. C. Taiwo, K. A. and Fatufe, A. A. (eds.) Biotechnology development and threat of climate change: The case of Nigeria, Volume 2. Gorttingen: Cuvillier Verlag. Pp. 76-88.
RIA Fellows (2014) Reporting on the Seminar – Risk Interpretation and Action (RIA): Decision Making Under Conditions of Uncertainty. Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies. 18 (1), pp. 27-37.
Senaratna N., Baudoin M-A., Oluoko-Odingo A., Wepukhulu D. W. and Mwadali A. S. (2014). Natural hazards and climate change in Kenya: Minimizing the impacts on vulnerable communities through Early Warning Systems. Singh A. and Zommers Z. (eds.), Reducing Disaster: Early Warning Systems for Climate Change, London, Springer, pp. 355-375.
Spear D., Baudoin M-A., Hegga S., Zaroug M., Okeyo, A., Haimbili E. (2015). Vulnerability and adaptation to climate change in semi-arid areas of Southern Africa. Adaptation at Scale in Semi-Arid Region (ASSAR), CARIAA, University of Cape Town, University of Namibia.
Tozier de la Poterie A. and Baudoin M-A. (2015). From Yokohama to Sendai: Approaches to Participation in International Disaster Risk Reduction Frameworks. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, Open Access (published online) DOI: DOI 10.1007/s13753-015-0053-6
“Indigenous Urban Disasters: The experience of Maori in the Canterbury Earthquakes 2010-2012”. By: Dr. Simon Lambert, Lincoln University, New Zealand, October 30, 2014. http://ufifas.adobeconnect.com/p36j8ej7ntx/
“Rural and Urban Dilemmas: Copping with disasters in the aftermath of 2012 flood in Nigeria.” By: Dr. Victor Ogbonnaya Okorie, Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria. December 15, 2014. http://ufifas.adobeconnect.com/p65xsygnkuf/
“Building Resilience under a Changing Climate: Lessons Learned from an evaluation of the USAID OFDA’s Disaster Risk Reduction programs.” By: Dr. Marie-Ange Baudoin, University of Cape Town, South Africa. December 18, 2014. http://ufifas.adobeconnect.com/p26qdxr4j91/
“Negotiating Risk: Indigenous Peoples, Transdisciplinary Research and Hydroelectric Dam Development in the Amazon”. By Dr. Simone Athayde, University of Florida, February 17, 2015. http://ufifas.adobeconnect.com/p71hj90lfau/