PREPARING YOUR MIND

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9. Ewin Hannan, ‘January heatwave ‘killed more than Black Saturday fires’’, The Australian, 6 April 2009, http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/latest-news/heatwave-killed-more-than-bushfires/story-fn3dxity-1225697329939.

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11. Victorian Council of Social Service, Feeling the heat: Heatwaves and social vulnerability in Victoria, VCOSS, Melbourne, 2013.

12. Granger and Hayne.

13. Green Cross Australia, ‘Harden Up - Protecting Queensland’, The Author, Brisbane, 2015, http://hardenup.org/be-aware.aspx.

14. Joseph P. Reser et al., Public risk perceptions, understandings, and responses to climate change and natural disasters in Australia and Great Britain: Final report, National Climate Change Adaption Research Facility, Gold Coast, QLD, 2012.

15. Andy Resinger et al.,’Australasia’, in V.R. Barros et al. (eds.), Climate change 2014: Impacts, adaptation, and vulnerability. Part B: Regional aspects. Contribution of Working Group II to the Fifth Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Cambridge University Press, 2014, 1371-1438.

16. CSIRO, ‘Climate change in Australia: Projections for Australia’s NRM regions: Super Clusters’, Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra, 2015, http://www.climatechangeinaustralia.gov.au/en/climate-projections/future-climate/regional-climate-change-explorer/super-clusters/.

17. Department of Premier and Cabinet, ‘Climate futures for Tasmania’, Tasmanian Government, Hobart, 2015, http://www.dpac.tas.gov.au/divisions/climatechange/adapting/climate_futures.

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19. Department of Environment and Primary Industries, ‘Climate and science data: Adapting to climate change’ [Video], State Government of Victoria, Melbourne, 2013, http://www.climatechange.vic.gov.au/climate-science-and-data/adapting-to-climate-change-video.

20. Department of Environment and Heritage, ‘Climate projections for your region’, NSW Government, Sydney, 2014, http://climatechange.environment.nsw.gov.au/Climate-projections-for-NSW/Climate-projections-for-your-region.

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22. Granger and Hayne.

23. Country Fire Authority, Fire Ready Kit, The Author, Melbourne, 2013.

24. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, ‘Mapping heatwave vulnerability’, NCCARF, Gold Coast, QLD, 2013, http://www.mappingvulnerabilityindex.com.

25. City of Melbourne, ‘Open data platform: Tree canopy data’, The Council, Melbourne, 2011, https://data.melbourne.vic.gov.au/w/y79a-us3f/?cur=s_z0eFDbrGC&from=root#views.

26. Climate Institute Australia, Buyer-beware: Home insurance, extreme weather and climate change, Climate Risk Australia, Sydney, 2014.

27. Allianz Australia, ‘Home insurance news: Tips, reports and trends for Australians’, Allianz, Sydney, 2015,  http://www.allianz.com.au/home-insurance/news/tips-for-buying-land.

28. Joshua Whittaker and John Handmer, ‘Community bushfire safety: A review of post-Black Saturday research’, Australian Journal of Emergency Management, vol. 24, no. 4, October 2010, 7-13.

29. Jim McLennan, Lyndsey Wright and Brenda Mackie, ‘How three communities reacted to bushfire: Research findings from the January 2013 bushfires in NSW’, Fire Note, no. 119, November 2013, 1-4.

30. Diane U. Keogh et al., ‘Resilience, vulnerability and adaptive capacity of an inland rural town prone to flooding: A climate change adaptation case study of Charleville, Queensland, Australia’, Natural Hazards, vol. 59, no. 2, 699-723.

31. Jonica Newby, ‘Don’t panic: Surviving extremes’ [Television program], Catalyst, ABC TV, Sydney, 1 December 2013, http://www.abc.net.au/catalyst/stories/3900777.htm.

32. Tasmania Fire Service, ‘If you choose to stay’, The Author, Hobart, 2015, http://www.fire.tas.gov.au/Show?pageId=colchooseStay.

33. La Trobe University, ‘What to do to survive a bushfire’, The Author, Melbourne, 2015, http://www.latrobe.edu.au/education/downloads/bushfire_safety.pdf.

34. Tim Gerritsen, ‘Preparing your mind to survive disasters’, [Video], ABC Emergency, Sydney, 4 June 2014, http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-06-03/rob-gordon-on-training-your-mind-for-emergencies/5494872.

35. Rebecca Solnit, ‘By the way, your home is on fire’, The Author, San Francisco, 2014, http://rebeccasolnit.net/essay/by-the-way-your-home-is-on-fire/.

36. Reser, Morrissey and Ellul.

37. Australian Broadcasting Corporation, ‘ABC Emergency’, The Author, Sydney, 2015, http://www.abc.net.au/news/emergency/.

38. Federal Emergency Management Agency, ‘Ready’, FEMA, Washington, DC, 2015, http://www.ready.gov.

39. Gerritsen.

40. Bushfire Cooperative Research Centre, ‘Thinking under fire: The psychology of bushfire’ [Video], Bushfire CRC, Melbourne, 2014, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N3Uw9REk3ik.

41. Joseph P. Reser and Janet K. Swim, ‘Adapting to and coping with the threat and impacts of climate change’, American Psychologist, vol. 66, no. 4, May-Jun 2011, 277-289.

42. Bushfire Cooperative Research Centre.

43. Australian Psychological Society, ‘Psychological preparation for natural disasters’, The Author, Melbourne, 2015, http://www.psychology.org.au/publications/tip_sheets/disasters/.

44. Legal Academic Skills Centre – Melbourne Law School, ‘Apps on mindfulness’, University of Melbourne, 2013, http://law.unimelb.edu.au/lasc/support-for-wellbeing/mindfulness-resources/apps-on-mindfulness.

45. Mark Williams, ‘Guided Meditation’ [Video], Oxford University Mindfulness Centre, England, 2011, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVW_IE1nsKE&list=UUqcWXxRB-DmqQjPWH17WImw.

46. Australian Psychological Society, ‘Understanding and managing psychological trauma’, The Author, Melbourne, 2015, http://www.psychology.org.au/publications/tip_sheets/trauma/.

47. Melbourne School of Population Heath, ‘Beyond Bushfires: Community, resilience and recovery’, University of Melbourne, 2014, http://beyondbushfires.org.au.

48. Richard Bryant, ‘The Impact of Natural Disasters on Mental Health’, InPsych: The Bulletin of the Australian Psychological Society, vol. 31, no. 2, April 2009, 8-9.

49. Phoenix Australia – The Centre for Posttraumatic Mental Health, ‘PTSD Guidelines’, The Author, Melbourne, 2015, http://www.phoenixaustralia.org/resources/ptsd-guidelines/.

50. Brett M. McDermott et al., ‘Vulnerability factors for disaster‐induced child post‐traumatic stress disorder: The case for low family resilience and previous mental illness’, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, vol. 44, no. 4, March 2010, 384-389.

51. Lisa Gibbs, ‘However, those that stayed in community after the fires had a stronger sense of community connection’ [Twitter post], 29 October 2014, https://twitter.com/BeyondBushfires/status/527609899375542272.

52. Lisa Gibbs, ‘Five years on from Black Saturday, most survivors are doing OK’, The Conversation, 30 October 2014, https://theconversation.com/five-years-on-from-black-saturday-most-survivors-are-doing-ok-33600.

53. Australian Red Cross, ‘Getting to know your neighbours’ [Video], The Author, Melbourne, 2015, http://www.redcross.org.au/step-4---know-your-neighbours.aspx.

54. Australian Red Cross, ‘Coping with hot weather: Advice for seniors’, The Author, Melbourne, 2013, http://www.redcross.org.au/files/RED_Fact_Sheet_Heat_Waves-Seniors_v3.pdf.

55. Australian Red Cross, ‘Beat the heat’, The Author, Melbourne, 2015, http://www.redcross.org.au/beat-the-heat.aspx.

56. Aaron Groves and Kevin Ronan, ‘Queensland flood disaster recovery briefing: Part 1/3’ [Video], Australian Psychological Society, Melbourne, 2011, http://aps.eproceedings.com.au/videosync.php?code=APS-01-01.

57. Victorian Council of Social Service, Disaster and disadvantage: Social vulnerability in emergency management, The Author, Melbourne, 2014.

REDUCING YOUR VULNERABILITY

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59. Michelle Mehta, Homer, Alaska: Identifying and becoming more resilient to impacts of climate change, National Resources Defense Council, New York, 2011, http://www.nrdc.org/water/files/ClimateWaterFS_HomerAK.pdf.

60. Global Warming Task Force, City of Homer climate action plan: Reducing the threat of global climate change through government and community efforts, City of Homer, Alaska, 2007, http://www.cityofhomer-ak.gov/sites/default/files/fileattachments/climate_action_plan_0.pdf.

61. Deerstone Consulting and Joel Cooper, City of Homer Climate action plan implementation project: Final report, City of Homer, Alaska, 2009, http://www.cityofhomer-ak.gov/sites/default/files/fileattachments/cap_implementation_final_report_01-10-10.pdf.

62. Naomi Klouda, ‘Homer a ‘go’ for wind’, Homer Tribune, 26 August 2009, http://homertribune.com/2009/08/homer-a-‘go’-for-wind/.

63. Fiona J. Warren and Donald S. Lemmen (eds.), Climate change impacts and adaptation: A Canadian perspective, Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Program, Ottawa, 2004, http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/sites/www.nrcan.gc.ca/files/earthsciences/pdf/perspective/pdf/report_e.pdf.

64. Neal Ungerleider, ‘The climate change real estate boom is coming’, Fast Company, New York, 2013, http://www.fastcoexist.com/1682519/the-climate-change-real-estate-boom-is-coming.

65. Public Leaders Network, ‘As inequality soars, the nervous super-rich are already planning their escape’, The Guardian, 23 January 2015, http://www.theguardian.com/public-leaders-network/2015/jan/23/nervous-super-rich-planning-escapes-davos-2015.

66. Karen Smoyer, ‘Putting risk in its place: Methodological considerations for investigating extreme event health risk’, Social Science Medicine, vol. 47, no. 11, December 1998, 1809-24.

67. Jason Dowling, ‘Melbourne city centre a death trap as heat-island effect takes its toll’, The Age, 17 January 2014, http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/melbourne-city-centre-a-death-trap-as-heatisland-effect-takes-its-toll-20140116-30xt8.html.

68. Peter Hannam, ‘Sydney residents asked to curb water use after heavy rainfall’, Sydney Morning Herald, 25 March  2014, http://www.smh.com.au/environment/water-issues/sydney-residents-asked-to-curb-water-use-after-heavy-rainfall-20140324-35f69.html.

69. Ian Wright, ‘If the tide is high, our sewerage systems won’t hold on’, The Conversation, 24 May 2013, https://theconversation.com/if-the-tide-is-high-our-sewerage-systems-wont-hold-on-14467.

70. Matthew Ranson, ‘Crime, weather, and climate change’, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, vol. 67, no. 3, May 2014, 274-302.

71. Edward Said, Reflections on Exile and other essays, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, 2000.

72. Merle Massie, ‘A climate migration primer’, Active History, Toronto, 2014, http://activehistory.ca/2014/01/a-climate-migration-primer/.

73. W. Neil Adger, ‘Social capital, collective action, and adaptation to climate change’, Economic Geography, vol. 79, no. 4, October 2003, 387-404.

74. Jennifer Conlin, ‘Motown revival: Detroit’s first steps towards urban renewal’, The Guardian, 2 March 2014, http://www.theguardian.com/travel/2014/mar/02/detroit-michigan-first-steps-urban-renewal.

75. Transition Nelson, ‘Good neighbour program’, The Author, Nelson, British Columbia, 2013, http://www.transitionnelson.org/transition-nelson/good-neighbour-mediation/.

76. Sustainable Built Environments, ‘Filter House’, Australian Institute of Architects, Melbourne, 2013, http://dynamic.architecture.com.au/awards_search?option=showaward&entryno=2007060649.

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79. Department of Health, The health impacts of the 2014 heatwave in Victoria, Victorian Government, 2014, http://docs.health.vic.gov.au/docs/doc/The-health-impacts-of-the-January-2014-heatwave-in-Victoria

80. Eric Klinenberg, Eric, Heat Wave: A social autopsy of disaster in Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 2002.

81. Price Waterhouse Coopers, Protecting human health and safety during severe and extreme heat events: A national framework, Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency, Canberra, 2011.

82. Medew.

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89. New South Wales Rural Fire Service, Bushfire survival plan: Prepare, act, survive, NSW Government, Sydney, 2013.

90. 2009 Victorian Bushfires Royal Commission, ‘Public Submissions’, State Government of Victoria, Melbourne, 2010, http://www.royalcommission.vic.gov.au/Submissions/View-Submissions.html.

91. 2009 Victorian Bushfires Royal Commission.

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93. 2009 Victorian Bushfires Royal Commission.

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95. Justin Leonard, ‘Bush fires kill, but knowing exactly how might make them less deadly’, The Conversation, 9 January 2015, https://theconversation.com/bushfires-kill-but-knowing-exactly-how-might-make-them-less-deadly-35918.

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97. Philip Gibbons and Geoff Cary, ‘Which homes will survive this bushfire season?’, The Conversation, 6 January 2014, https://theconversation.com/which-homes-will-survive-this-bushfire-season-20072.

98. Mark Chladil and Jennifer Sheridan, ‘Fire resisting garden plants for the urban fringe and rural areas’, Tasmanian Fire Service, 2006, http://www.fire.tas.gov.au/userfiles/stuartp/file/FireResistingPlants2010.pdf.

99. Tom Griffiths, ‘The disturbing logic of ‘stay or go’’, Inside Story, 22 November 2012, http://insidestory.org.au/the-disturbing-logic-of-stay-or-go/.

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103. Mike Brown, ‘Bushfire triage for buildings: Policy statement number 1-07’, Tasmanian Fire Service, State Fire Commission, Hobart, 2009, http://www.fire.tas.gov.au/publications/pdfs/miscellaneous/TriagePolicy23Dec2009.pdf.

104. John Handmer et al., ‘Evolution of ‘stay or go’ policy’, Bushfire CRC, Melbourne, 2014, http://www.bushfirecrc.com/projects/c6/evaluation-stay-or-go-policy.

105. New South Wales Rural Fire Service, ‘Bush fire survival plan’, NSW Government, Sydney, 2015, http://www.rfs.nsw.gov.au/resources/bush-fire-survival-plan.

106.  Tasmanian Fire Service, ‘Prepare a bushfire survival plan’, Tasmanian Government, Hobart, 2015, http://www.fire.tas.gov.au/Show?pageId=colpreparePlan.

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110. Leonard.

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112. Kevin Hennessey and Penny Whetton, ‘Climate projections show Australia is heading for a much warmer future’, The Conversation, 27 January 2015, https://theconversation.com/climate-projections-show-australia-is-heading-for-a-much-warmer-future-36776.

113. Karen Hussey and Jamie Pittock, ‘Three majors floods, four reviews, but still lessons to learn’, The Conversation, 21 March 2013, https://theconversation.com/three-major-floods-four-reviews-but-still-lessons-to-learn-12940.

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115. Queensland Floods Commission of Inquiry.

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119. National Flood Forum, ‘Bluepages: The UK’s leading independent flood directory’, The Forum, Bewdley, Worcestershire, 2014, http://www.nationalfloodforum.org.uk/bluepages/.

120. Newsmaker, ‘LJ Hooker Flood Home Design Competition: Architects compete to design the most flood-resistant home’, NewsGallery, Highgate, South Australia, 2011, http://www.newsmaker.com.au/news/9372/l-j-hooker-flood-home-design-competition-architects-compete-to-design-the-most-floodresistant-home#.VSjZREugE4Z.

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124. John Galvin, ‘Life-saving lessons from the Nashville floods’, Popular Mechanics, 5 May 2010, http://www.popularmechanics.com/adventure/outdoors/tips/a5740/flood-survival-tips-nashville/.

125. U.S. Department of the Army, US Army survival manual: FM 21-76, Ulysses Press, Berkeley, CA, 2009.

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127. American Red Cross, Repairing your flooded home: FEMA P-234, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Frederick, MD, 2010, http://www.gobroomecounty.com/files/planning/_pdf/Stormwater/Repairing%20Your%20Flooded%20Home.pdf.

128. Rebecca Solnit, The encyclopedia of trouble and spaciousness, Trinity University Press, San Antonio, TX, 2014

SELF-SUFFICIENCY

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130. Woolworths Press Office, ‘Banana prices following Cyclone Yasi’, Woolworths Supermarkets, Sydney, 2013, http://www.woolworths.com.au/wps/wcm/connect/website/woolworths/about+us/woolworths-news/banana+prices+following+cyclone+yasi.

131. Sarah Elks and Jared Owens, ‘Cyclone Yasi to see banana prices stay high till midwinter’, The Australian, 4 April 2011, http://www.theaustralian.com.au/archive/business-old/cyclone-yasi-to-see-banana-prices-stay-high-till-midwinter/story-e6frg95o-1226032922362.

132. Nathan Klein, ‘Banana prices fall after crops recover from Cyclone Yasi’, Daily Telegraph, 20 October 2011, http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/prices-of-bananas-fall-after-crops-recover-from-cyclone-yasi/story-e6freuyr-1226171331003.

133. ABC News, ‘Yasi wipes out banana crops’, ABC, Brisbane, 4 February 2011, http://www.abc.net.au/news/2011-02-03/yasi-wipes-out-banana-crops/1928340.

134. Peter Christoff (ed.), Four degrees of global warming: Australia in a hot world, Routledge, London, 2013.

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137. Mark Howden, personal communication with the authors. 

138. Stephen Bartos, Resilience in the Australian food supply chain, Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, Canberra, 2012.

139. John Quiggin, Drought, climate change and food prices in Australia, Australian Conservation Foundation, Melbourne, 2010, https://www.acfonline.org.au/sites/default/files/resources/Climate_change_and_food_prices_in_Australia.pdf.

140. Kate Rosier, ‘Food insecurity in Australia what is it, who experiences it and how can child and family services support families experiencing it?’, Australian Institute of Family Studies, Melbourne, 2011, https://www3.aifs.gov.au/cfca/publications/food-insecurity-australia-what-it-who-experiences-it.

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142. Laurel J. Barosh et al., ‘The cost of a healthy and sustainable diet – who can afford it?’, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, vol. 38, no. 1, February 2014, 7-12.

143. Christoff.

144. Bartos.

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146. Aaron Langmaid, ‘Devastating Queensland floods leave homes without food, water, power or fuel’, Herald-Sun, 13 January 2011, http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/special-features/devastating-flood-leaves-lockyer-valley-running-out-of-drinking-water/story-fn7kabp3-1225987134685.

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149. Joanne K. Parker, More than subsistence: Small-scale urban agriculture and household livelihoods in Havana, Cuba, Master of Arts diss., Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 2010,  http://dalspace.library.dal.ca/handle/10222/13066.

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152. Simon Miller, ‘Toad army lands: The cane toad in the press’, State Library of Queensland, Brisbane, 2012, http://blogs.slq.qld.gov.au/jol/2012/12/07/toad-army-lands-the-cane-toad-in-the-press/.

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