Areas of expertise:
Climate change loss and damage, Disaster risk reduction, Socio-ecological systems
Guy Jackson is a human geographer exploring the drivers of vulnerability in socio-ecological systems. His PhD, completed at The University of Queensland, identified the influence of emergency food aid on the causal disaster vulnerability of Indigenous food systems. Guy is currently working on the project Recasting the Disproportionate Impacts of Climate Change Extremes at LUCSUS. In this project he is exploring climate change loss and damage in Northern Australia. He is also working on theoretical and conceptual development of experiences of loss and the (re)production of vulnerability at different spatial and temporal scales. This research seeks to further our understanding of loss and damage, both empirically and theoretically, by using an intersectional lens and transdisciplinary approaches.
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An emerging governmentality of climate change loss and damageGuy Jackson, Alicia N'guetta, Salvatore Paolo De Rosa, Murray Scown, Kelly Dorkenoo, et al.
(2023) Progress in Environmental Geography
Passed the point of no return: a non-economic loss and damage explainerGuy Jackson, Douwe van Schie, Karen McNamara, Anna Carthy, Teo Ormond-Skeaping
‘We didn’t want to leave our island’ : stories of involuntary resettlement from Gaadhoo Island, MaldivesAishath Azfa, Guy Jackson, Ross Westoby, Karen E. McNamara, Celia McMichael, et al.
(2022) Territory, Politics, Governance, 10 p.159-179
Perceptions of disaster temporalities in two Indigenous societies from the Southwest PacificGuy Jackson
(2021) International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 57
Gods, Spirits and Natural Hazards : Ontologies and Epistemologies of Natural Hazards and Climate Change in Kiribati and Papua New GuineaGuy Jackson, Annah Piggott-McKellar
(2021) Climate Change Management , p.81-98
Climate-driven losses to Indigenous and local knowledge and cultural heritageJasmine Pearson, Guy Jackson, Karen E McNamara
(2021) The Anthropocene Review
National First Peoples Gathering on Climate ChangeDamian Morgan-Bulled, R. Williams, Guy Jackson
(2021) , Report No. 29
Critical junctures, agrarian change, and the (re)production of vulnerability in a marginalised Indigenous societyGuy Jackson
(2021) World Development, 145
Loss and damage from climate change: A new climate justice agendaEmily Boyd, Brian Chaffin, Kelly Dorkenoo, Guy Jackson, Luke Harrington, et al.
(2021) One Earth, 4 p.1365-1370
The influence of emergency food aid on the causal disaster vulnerability of Indigenous food systemsGuy Jackson
(2020) Agriculture and Human Values, 37 p.761-777
“System of hunger” : Understanding causal disaster vulnerability of indigenous food systemsGuy Jackson, Karen E. McNamara, Bradd Witt
(2020) Journal of Rural Studies, 73 p.163-175
Loss and damage : A review of the literature and directions for future researchKaren E. McNamara, Guy Jackson
(2019) Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 10
Journal article review
Conducive and hindering factors for effective disaster risk reduction in Emae Island, VanuatuGuy Jackson, Karen E. McNamara, Bradd Witt
A Framework for Disaster Vulnerability in a Small Island in the Southwest Pacific : A Case Study of Emae Island, VanuatuGuy Jackson, Karen McNamara, Bradd Witt
(2017) International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, 8 p.358-373
Guy Jackson received his PhD in Human Geography from The University of Queensland. He is interested in critically examining climate change loss and damage, and disaster risk reduction, and the (re)production of vulnerability in socio-ecological systems.