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Education and Differential Vulnerability to Natural Disasters
Guest Editorial
Is Education a Key to Reducing Vulnerability to Natural Disasters and hence Unavoidable Climate Change?
Raya Muttarak and Wolfgang Lutz
Climate Change, Adaptation, and Formal Education: the Role of Schooling for Increasing Societiesí Adaptive Capacities in El Salvador and Brazil
Christine Wamsler, Ebba Brink, and Oskari Rantala
Community Vulnerability to Floods and Landslides in Nepal
Samir K.C.
Effects of Educational Attainment on Climate Risk Vulnerability
Erich Striessnig, Wolfgang Lutz, and Anthony G Patt
Education, Vulnerability, and Resilience after a Natural Disaster
Elizabeth Frankenberg, Bondan Sikoki, Cecep Sumantri, Wayan Suriastini, and Duncan Thomas
Education as a Determinant of Response to Cyclone Warnings: Evidence from Coastal Zones in India
Upasna Sharma, Anand Patwardhan, and Anthony G Patt
Differential Vulnerability to Hurricanes in Cuba, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic: The Contribution of Education
Adelheid Pichler and Erich Striessnig
Vulnerability and the Role of Education in Environmentally Induced Migration in Mali and Senegal
Victoria van der Land and Diana Hummel
Impacts of the 2010 Droughts and Floods on Community Welfare in Rural Thailand: Differential Effects of Village Educational Attainment
Alessandra Garbero and Raya Muttarak
The Role of Education on Disaster Preparedness: Case Study of 2012 Indian Ocean Earthquakes on Thailandís Andaman Coast
Raya Muttarak and Wiraporn Pothisiri
Independent Associations of Maternal Education and Household Wealth with Malaria Risk in Children
Josť G. Siri
Vulnerability to Weather Disasters: the Choice of Coping Strategies in Rural Uganda
Jennifer F Helgeson, Simon Dietz, and Stefan Hochrainer-Stigler
Ecology and Society. ISSN: 1708-3087