BOOK

Fernandez, Glenn & Shaw, Rajib. (2015) Youth Participation and Community-based Disaster Risk Reduction. Singapore: Research Publishing Services. 210 pp.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Fernandez, Glenn & Ahmed, Iftekhar. (2019). “Build Back Better” Approach to Disaster Recovery: Research Trends since 2006. Progress in Disaster Science. [link]

Fernandez, Glenn, Tun, Aye Min, Okazaki, Kenji, Zaw, Saw Htwe, & Kyaw, Kyaw. (2018). Factors Influencing Fire, Earthquake, and Cyclone Risk Perception in Yangon, Myanmar. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 28, 140–149. [link]

Ismail, Nafesa, Okazaki, Kenji, Ochiai, Chiho, & Fernandez, Glenn. (2018). Livelihood Strategies after the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. Procedia Engineering, 212, 551–558. [link]

Ismail, Nafesa, Okazaki, Kenji, Ochiai, Chiho, & Fernandez, Glenn. (2018). Livelihood Changes in Banda Aceh, Indonesia after the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 28, 439-449. [link]

Fernandez, Glenn & Shaw, Rajib. (2014). Participation of Youth Councils in Local‐Level HFA Implementation in Infanta and Makati, Philippines and Its Policy Implications. Risk, Hazards & Crisis in Public Policy, 5(3), 259–278. [link]

Fernandez, Glenn & Shaw, Rajib. (2014). Youth Participation in Disaster Risk Reduction through Science Clubs in the Philippines. Disasters, 39(2), 279-294. [link]

Fernandez, Glenn & Shaw, Rajib. (2013). Youth Council Participation in Disaster Risk Reduction in Infanta and Makati, Philippines: A Policy Review. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, 4(3), 126–136. [link]

BOOK CHAPTERS

Fernandez, Glenn & Shaw, Rajib. (2016). Urban Disasters and Risk Communication through Youth Organizations in the Philippines. In R. Shaw, A. Rahman, A. Surjan, & G. Parvin (Eds.), Urban Disasters and Resilience in Asia (pp. 195–207). Tokyo, Japan: Butterworth-Heinemann. [link]

Fernandez, Glenn & Shaw, Rajib. (2016). Education, Training, and Capacity Building for Sustainable Development. In J. Uitto & R. Shaw (Eds.), Sustainable Development and Disaster Risk Reduction (pp. 215–225). Tokyo, Japan: Springer. [link]

Kieu, Thi Kinh, Fernandez, Glenn, & Shaw, Rajib. (2016). Usefulness of a Sustainability Literacy Test. In J. Uitto & R. Shaw (Eds.), Sustainable Development and Disaster Risk Reduction (pp. 265–277). Tokyo, Japan: Springer. [link]

Srivastava, Nitin, Fernandez, Glenn, DasGupta, Rajarshi, Surjan, Akhilesh, & Shaw, Rajib. (2016). Sustainable Development and Disaster Risk Reduction in Post-2015. In J. Uitto & R. Shaw (Eds.), Sustainable Development and Disaster Risk Reduction (pp. 279–287). Tokyo, Japan: Springer. [link]

Fernandez, Glenn, Shaw, Rajib, & Abe, Miwa. (2015). Lessons from the Recovery of the Education Sector after the Indian Ocean Tsunami. In R. Shaw (Ed.), Recovery from the Indian Ocean Tsunami (pp. 43–58). Tokyo, Japan: Springer. [link]

Fernandez, G., Thi, Tong Thi My, & Shaw, Rajib. (2014). Climate Change Education: Recent Trends and Future Prospects. In R. Shaw & Y. Oikawa (Eds.), Education for Sustainable Development and Disaster Risk Reduction (pp. 53–74). Tokyo, Japan: Springer. [link]

Fernandez, Glenn, Uy, Noralene, & Shaw, Rajib. (2012). Community-Based Disaster Risk Management Experience of the Philippines. In R. Shaw (Ed.), Community-Based Disaster Risk Reduction (pp. 205–231). Bingley, UK: Emerald. [link]

Fernandez, Glenn, Shaw, Rajib, & Takeuchi, Yukiko. (2012) School Damages in Asian Countries and Their Implication to Tohoku Recovery. In R. Shaw & Y. Takeuchi (Eds.), East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami: Evacuation, Communication, Education, and Volunteerism (pp. 201-221). Singapore, Singapore: Research Publishing Services. [link]

Shiwaku, Koichi & Fernandez, Glenn. (2011). Innovative Approaches in Disaster Education. In R. Shaw, K. Shiwaku, & Y. Takeuchi (Eds.), Disaster Education (pp. 115–136). Bingley, UK: Emerald. [link]

Shiwaku, Koichi & Fernandez, Glenn. (2011). Roles of School in Disaster Education. In R. Shaw, K. Shiwaku, & Y. Takeuchi (Eds.), Disaster Education (pp. 45–75). Bingley, UK: Emerald. [link]

Fernandez, Glenn, Takeuchi, Yukiko, & Shaw, Rajib. (2011). Climate and Disaster Resilience Mapping in City Clusters. In R. Shaw & A. Sharma (Eds.), Climate and Disaster Resilience in Cities (pp. 81–101). Bingley, UK: Emerald. [link]

Fernandez, Glenn, Takeuchi, Yukiko, & Shaw, Rajib. (2011). From Resilience Mapping to Action Planning. In R. Shaw & A. Sharma (Eds.), Climate and Disaster Resilience in Cities (pp. 149–161). Bingley, UK: Emerald. [link]

NON-PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC). (2016). Strengthening Disaster and Climate Resilience of Small & Medium Enterprises in Asia: SME Resilience Survey Results (Philippines). Bangkok, Thailand: ADPC. (I contributed in the development of the survey questionnaire and in the analysis of the survey results.) [link]

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). (2015). Not Just Hot Air: Putting Climate Change Education into Practice. Paris, France: UNESCO. (I contributed the Philippine case study.) [link]

Fernandez, Glenn & Shaw, Rajib. (2014). The Role of Mass Media in Disaster Recovery (Input Paper/Thematic Report for the Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction 2015). Geneva, Switzerland: UNISDR.

Shaw, Rajib, Surjan, Akhilesh, Srivastava, Nitin, Fernandez, Glenn, et al. (2014). HFA 2 Key Area 5 Input Paper. Reducing Exposure and Underlying Risk Factors. Geneva, Switzerland: UNISDR.

Shaw, Rajib, Srivastava, Nitin, Fernandez, Glenn, et al. (2013). Climate and Disaster Resilience Initiative: Capacity-building Program. Kyoto, Japan: Kyoto University.

Fernandez, Glenn. (2013). Mangroves as Natural Buffers Against Tsunami and Storm Surge: How High School Students Can Contribute to Mangrove Restoration. In Technology-Education Linkage through Disaster Reduction Hyperbase. Kyoto, Japan: Kyoto University. [link]

Shaw, Rajib, Takeuchi, Yukiko, & Fernandez, Glenn. (2012). School Recovery: Lessons from Asia. Kyoto, Japan: Kyoto University. [link]

Asia-Pacific Cultural Centre for UNESCO (ACCU). (2011). Final Report of the International Forum in Shinjuku: Urban Community-based Disaster Education through ESD. Tokyo, Japan: ACCU. (I prepared the draft of the proceedings.)

Parashar, Sunil, Uy, Noralene, Nguyen, Huy, Fernandez, Glenn, Mulyasari, Farah, Joerin, Jonas, & Shaw, Rajib. (2011). Mega Disaster in a Resilient Society: The Great East Japan (Tohoku Kanto) Earthquake and Tsunami of 11th March 2011 (Synthesis and Initial Observations). Kyoto, Japan: International Environment and Disaster Management, Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies, Kyoto University. [link]

Shaw, Rajib & Fernandez, Glenn. (2010). Climate and Disaster Resilience Initiative: Case Studies on Chennai, Colombo and Dhaka. In Urban Risk Management in South Asia: Launch of Global Campaign on Making Cities Resilient. New Delhi, India: SAARC Disaster Management Centre. [link]

Shaw, Rajib, Takeuchi, Yukiko, Joerin, Jonas, Fernandez, Glenn, et al. (2010). Climate and Disaster Resilience Initiative: Capacity-building Program. Kyoto, Japan: Kyoto University. [link]

Shaw, Rajib, Takeuchi, Yukiko, & Fernandez, Glenn. (2010). Metro Manila City Profile: Climate and Disaster Resilience. Kyoto, Japan: Kyoto University. [link]

Shaw, Rajib, Takeuchi, Yukiko, Shiwaku, Koichi, Gwee, Qi Ru, Fernandez, Glenn, & Yang, Yang. (2009). 1-2-3 of Disaster Education. Kyoto, Japan: Kyoto University. [link]

WORKS IN PROGRESS

Difference between Recalled Pre-Earthquake Risk Perception and Post-Earthquake Risk Perception in Khokana, Nepal (under review)

Systems approach for flood vulnerability and community resilience assessment at the local level – a case study of Sakon Nakhon Province, Thailand (under review)

Tsunami Risk Perception in Pagadian, Philippines Four Decades after the 1976 Moro Gulf Earthquake and Tsunami

Asian Case Studies on Youth Participation in Disaster Recovery

Opportunities for and Challenges to Youth Participation in the Recovery of Marawi, Philippines after the 2017 Armed Siege

Applicability of Japan’s Tsunami Tendenko in Banda Aceh, Indonesia