Djalante, Riyanti

Academic Programme Officer

Profile
Bibliography
  • Riyanti Djalante
    INSTITUTE:
    UNU-IAS
    E-MAIL:
    djalante@unu.edu
    NATIONALITY:
    Indonesia

    Research Interests

    • Climate and ecosytem change
    • Disaster risk reduction
    • Global Change & Sustainable Development
    • Governance

    Education

    • Ph.D., Philosophy in Human Geography, Department of Environment and Geography, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia

    • MSc., Project Management, Department of Geography, Planning and Architecture, University Of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
    • BSc. (Hons), Civil Engineering, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University Of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

    Appointments

    • 2014–2017 : Member of Editorial Board, The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Natural Hazard Science
    • IPCC Lead Author on the Special Report on Impacts of 1.5 Degree Celsius (SR 1.5)
    • Lead Author for Global Environmental Outlook (GEO) 6 organized by UN Environment
    • Earth System Governance (ESC) Research Fellow
    • International Social Science Council (ISCC) World Science Fellow: Risk Interpretation and Action
    • Urbanization and Global Environmental Change (UGEC) Research Associate
    • Enhancing scientific capacity to inspire informed action on global environmental change (START) Fellow
    • Author of ‘Words into Action’ by UNISDR initiatives on National and Local Platform for DRR
    • Contributor to ‘Report of the open-ended intergovernmental expert working group on indicators and terminology relating to DRR’
    • 2014-2015: Honorary Lecturer, Halu Oleo University, Indonesia
    • 2017-2019: Member of Editorial Board, Sustainability Science Journal, Springer

    Biographical Statement

    Dr. Riyanti Djalante is an Academic Programme Officer at UNU-IAS, as of July 2017. She coordinates the Research and Policy Development stream on Global Change and Resilience, which develops approaches to address climate change, build community resilience, and reduce disaster risks. Dr. Djalante’s research focuses on issues related to sustainable development, governance, disaster risk reduction, and climate change adaptation. Since joining UNU-IAS, she has taught the Intensive Course on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (August 2017) and the Resilience and Adaptation Science Course (Sept 2017–February 2018).

    Previously, she worked as a Research Associate at the UNU Institute of Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS) in Bonn, Germany. She was affiliated with the Global Change and Resilience section.

    She is involved in various research networks and collaborations. She is an IPCC Lead Author on the Special Report on Impacts of 1.5 Degree Celsius (SR 1.5) and the UN Environment Global Environmental Outlook (GEO) 6. She previously received an Alexander von Humboldt stipend for experienced researchers. She has participated in various initiatives such as the Earth System Governance Network as an Earth System Governance Research Fellow and the International Social Science Council (ISSC) as a World Social Science Fellow on Risk Interpretation and Action. She has also been an “Enhancing scientific capacity to inspire informed action on global environmental change” (START) Fellow, an Integrated Research on Disaster Risk (IRDR) Fellow, and worked with the Urbanization and Global Environmental Change (UGEC) Research Associates.

    In Indonesia, she worked as Head of Division of the Disaster Management Department of the local government of Kendari City. She worked in local government for a total of ten years where she was involved in development planning, implementation, and evaluations–and project planning and management, from the community to the national level. She also taught as an Honorary Lecturer at Halu Oleo University, teaching on subjects of disaster risk reduction, climate change adaptation, and sustainable development. In addition, Dr. Djalante has consulted for various international organizations on issues related to sustainable development, governance, and disaster risk reduction in Indonesia.

     

  • Articles

    • Djalante, R. (2016). “Research Trends on Natural Hazards, Disasters, Risk Reduction and Climate Change in Indonesia: A Systematic Literature Review.” Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci. Discuss. 2016: 1-39.
    • Djalante, R., et al. (2016). “Disaster Resilience: Interdisciplinary Perspectives Edited by Kapucu, N., C.V. Hawkins and F.I. Rivera.” Disaster Prevention and Management 25(2): 4.
    • Surtiari, G. A. K., N. J. Setiadi, et al. (2016). Coastal resilience in Indonesia: From planning to implementation. Spatial Planning and Resilience Following Disasters: International and Comparative Perspectives: 99-116.
    • Doyle, E, et al. (2014) Reporting on the Seminar – Risk Interpretation and Action (RIA): Decisions Making Under Conditions of Uncertainty, Australian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies, 18 (1), 27-38.
    • Djalante, Riyanti, Holley, Cameron, Thomalla, Frank and Carnegie, Michelle (2013). Pathways for Adaptive and Integrated Disaster Resilience, Natural Hazard Journal, 63(3), 2015-2135.
    • Larson Silvia, Alexander Kim S., Djalante, Riyanti, Kirono, Dewi G.C. (2013). The added value of understanding informal social networks in an adaptive capacity assessment: Explorations in the context of urban water management system of Makassar City, Indonesia. Water Resources Management Journal 27(13), 4425-4441.
    • Larson, S., Alexander, K., Djalante, R., Kirono, D. (2013). The added value of understanding informal social networks in an adaptive capacity assessment: Explorations in the context of urban water management system of Makassar City, Indonesia. Water Resources Management Journal.
    • Djalante, R ., Holley, C., Thomalla, F., Carnegie, M., (2013), “Pathways for Adaptive and Integrated Disaster Resilience” Natural Hazard Journal: 63 (3): 2015-2135.
    • Djalante, R., (2012) “Adaptive governance and resilience to disasters: roles of multi-stakeholder forums for disaster risk reduction” Natural Hazards and Earth System Science 12:2923-2942.
    • Djalante, Riyanti and Thomalla, Frank (2012). Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation in Indonesia: Institutional challenges and opportunities for Integration. International Journal of Disaster
      Resilience in the Built Environment 3(2), 166-180
    • Djalante, Riyanti (2012). Reviews of Structures and Roles of Multi- Stakeholder Platforms in Disaster Risk Reduction. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 12, 2923-2942.
    • Djalante, Riyanti, Thomalla, Frank, Sinapoy, Muhammad S. and Carnegie, Michelle (2012). Building resilience to natural hazards in Indonesia: progress and challenges in implementing the Hyogo Framework for Action. Natural Hazards, 60(3), 1-25.
    • Djalante, R. (2012). “Book Review of “Adaptation to Climate Change: From Resilience to Transformation”.” Natural Hazards Earth System Science 12(1): 229-230.
    • Djalante, R., F. Thomalla, M. Sinapoy and M. Carnegie (2012). “Building resilience to natural hazards in Indonesia: progress and challenges in implementing the Hyogo Framework for Action.” Natural Hazards: 60 (3): 1-25.
    • Djalante, R. and Thomalla, F, (2012) “Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation in Indonesia: Institutional challenges and opportunities for Integration” in International Journal of Disaster Resilience in Built Environment 3(2): 5-5.
    • Djalante, Riyanti, (2012). Adaptive governance and resilience to disasters: roles of multi-stakeholder forums for disaster risk reduction. Natural Hazards and Earth System Science 12, 2923-2942.
    • Djalante, R., Djalante, S., (2012). “Book Review of “Transition Management: New Mode of Governance for Sustainable Development”.” Natural Hazards: 60 (3): 30-32.
    • Djalante, R ., (2012). “Reviews of Structures and Roles of Multi-Stakeholder Platforms in Disaster Risk Reduction.” Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences: 12: 2923-2942.
    • Djalante, Riyanti and Thomalla, Frank (2011). Community resilience to natural hazards and climate change impacts: A review of definitions and operational frameworks. Asian Journal of Environment and Disaster Management, 3(3), 339-355.
    • Djalante, R., Holley, C. and Thomalla, F., (2011) “Adaptive governance of social-ecological systems and its implications for managing resilience to natural hazards and climate change” in International Journal of Disaster Risk Science 2(4): 1-14.
    • Djalante, Riyanti, Holley, Cameron and Thomalla, Frank (2011). Adaptive governance of social-ecological systems and its implications for managing resilience to natural hazards and climate change. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, 2(4), 1-14.
    • Djalante, R. and Thomalla, F., (2011), “Community resilience to natural hazards and climate change impacts: A review of definitions and operational frameworks”, Asian Journal of Environment and Disaster Management, Vol. 3 No. 3, pp. 339-355.

    Books

    • Disaster Risk Reduction in Indonesia: Progress, Challenges, and Issues, ed. Djalante, Riyanti, Garschagen, Matthias, Thomalla, Frank and Rajib Shaw (Cham: Springer International Publishing AG, 2017).
    • Djalante, R., Garschagen, M. et al. (2017). Disaster Risk Reduction in Indonesia: Progress, Challenges, and Issues. Cham, Springer International Publishing.

    Book Chapters

    • Triyanti, A., Walz, Y. et al. (2017). Ecosystem-Based Disaster Risk Reduction in Indonesia: Unfolding Challenges and Opportunities. Disaster Risk Reduction in Indonesia: Progress, Challenges, and Issues. Djalante, R., Garschagen, M., Thomalla, F., and Shaw, R. Cham, Springer International Publishing: 445-467.
    • Surtiari, G. A. K., Djalante, R. et al. (2017). Culture and Community Resilience to Flooding: Case Study of the Urban Coastal Community in Jakarta. Disaster Risk Reduction in Indonesia: Progress, Challenges, and Issues. Djalante, R., Garschagen, M., Thomalla, F., and Shaw, R. Cham, Springer International Publishing: 469-493.
    • Surtiari, Gusti Ayu Ketut, Djalante, Riyanti, Setiadi, Neysa J. and Garschagen, Matthias, “Culture and Community Resilience to Flooding: Case Study of the Urban Coastal Community in Jakarta” in Disaster Risk Reduction in Indonesia: Progress, Challenges, and Issues, ed. Djalante, Riyanti, Garschagen, Matthias, Thomalla, Frank and Rajib Shaw ( Cham: Springer International Publishing,2017), 469-494.
    • Djalante, R., Garschagen, M. et al. (2017). Introduction: Disaster Risk Reduction in Indonesia: Progress, Challenges, and Issues. Disaster Risk Reduction in Indonesia: Progress, Challenges, and Issues. Djalante, R., Garschagen, M., Thomalla, F., and Shaw, R. Cham, Springer International Publishing: 1-17.
    • Neise, T., Revilla Diez, J. et al. (2017). Manufacturing Firms’ Adaptations to Floods and Proposal for Integrative Adaptive Regional Development in Jakarta. Disaster Risk Reduction in Indonesia: Progress, Challenges, and Issues. Djalante, R., Garschagen, M., Thomalla, F., and Shaw, R. Cham, Springer International Publishing: 281-305.
    • Nurdin, N., Rafliana, I. et al. (2017). Integrating Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation into School Curricula: From National Policy to Local Implementation. Disaster Risk Reduction in Indonesia: Progress, Challenges, and Issues. Djalante, R., Garschagen, M., Thomalla, F., and Shaw, R. Cham, Springer International Publishing: 213-234.
    • Nurhidayah, L. and Djalante, R. (2017). Examining the Adequacy of Legal and Institutional Frameworks of Land and Forest Fire Management from National to Community Levels in Indonesia. Disaster Risk Reduction in Indonesia: Progress, Challenges, and Issues. Djalante, R., Garschagen, M., Thomalla, F., and Shaw, R. Cham, Springer International Publishing: 157-187.
    • Djalante, R. and Garschagen, M. (2017). A Review of Disaster Trend and Disaster Risk Governance in Indonesia: 1900–2015. Disaster Risk Reduction in Indonesia: Progress, Challenges, and Issues. Djalante, R., Garschagen, M., Thomalla, F., and Shaw, R. Cham, Springer International Publishing: 21-56.
    • Surtiari, Gusti Ayu Ketut, Setiadi, Neysa J., Garschagen, Matthias, Birkmann, Joern, Djalante, Riyanti and Maunati, Yekti, “Coastal resilience in Indonesia: from planning to implementation” in Spatial planning and resilience following disasters : International and comparative perspectives, ed. Greiving, Stefan, Ubaura, Michio and Tesliar, Jaroslav ( Bristol: Policy Press,2016), 99-116.
    • Djalante, R ., (2013), “Identifying Drivers, Barriers and Opportunities for Integrating DRR and CCA in Indonesia: an Analysis Based on the Earth System Governance Framework” in Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management, Leal Filho, W., (ed), Springer-Verlag Berlin.

    Conference Publications

    • Djalante, R., (2011). Drivers, Barriers and Opportunities for Integrating Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation in Indonesia: an Analysis based on the Earth System Governance Framework, in CLIMATE 2011/ KLIMA 2011 Conference, (online), 7-12 November 2011.
    • Djalante, R., (2011). Drivers, Barriers and Opportunities for Integrating Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation in Indonesia: an Analysis based on the Earth System Governance Framework, in CLIMATE 2011/ KLIMA 2011 Conference, (online), 7-12 November 2011.

    Reports

    • United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction, Words Into Action: Implementation guides for the Sendai Framework (Geneva, United Nations), Available here.
    • Djalante, Frantzeskaki, Gomez, Romeo-Lankao, Sperling (2015) UGEC Comments on Habitat III Issue Papers: Urban Frameworks, Urbanization and Global Environmental Change.
    • Garschagen, M., Djalante, R., Surtiari, A., Sarzinsky, J., 2015. Project Report of the TWIN-SEA Expert Network and Twin Institute in Indonesia and for South East Asia. UNU-EHS, Franzius Institute, and LIPI.
    • Djalante, R. 2015, Linking disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation at the local level: Experience in implementing a resilience city program in Kendari, Indonesia in 2nd International Conference on Urbanization and Global Environmental Change Urban Transitions & Transformations: Science, Synthesis and Policy Synthesis Report.
    • Lassa, J., Djalante, R., Turner-Walker, S., Schumacher, J., Berenter, J., and Kelleer, N ., 2014. Assessing Climate Change Adaptation in Indonesia: Review of Climate Vulnerability Assessments Conducted by USAID/Indonesia Partners (2010-2013), Management Systems International, Development and Training Services.
    • Djalante, R., Halder, S., Mulyasari, F., Khan, S. (2010), “Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation: Case Studies from South and South East Asia” in SOURCE No 14 / 2010, Setiadi, Birkmann, Buckle (Editors), UNU-EHS.
    • Larson, S., Alexander, K. S., Djalante, R., Tjandraatmadja, G., Barkey, R., and Kirono, D., (2010). Climate Adaptation through Sustainable Urban Development in Makassar, Indonesia: October 2010 Stakeholder Workshop Report . Climate Adaptation through Sustainable Urban Development in Makassar, Indonesia, CSIRO AusAID Alliance.
    • UGEC Habitat III Response Paper: Contributed to the Comments on Habitat III Issue Papers on the theme of Urban Framework.

    Thesis

    • Djalante, R., (2013), Ph.D. thesis, “Building Resilience to Disasters and Climate Change: Pathways for adaptive and integrated disaster resilience in Indonesia”.