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SPECIAL TRACKS: Burd Track on Media & Urban Life | Urban Issues in Asia & the Pacific Rim ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: 43rd Annual Meeting CommitteesUAA Governing BoardUAA Executive Office Staff

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Friday, April 5 • 10:55am - 12:15pm
Friday - Disaster Planning and Resilient Cities [URBAN ISSUES IN ASIA & PACIFIC RIM TRACK]

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Moderator: Ha Hwang (University of Florida)

  • A House of (Concrete) Cards: Small Cities and the Future of Disaster in Urban India
    Andrew Rumbach (University of Hawaii)
  • New to New Zealand's Shores: A Meta-context for Urban-regeneration Policy Transfer
    Christopher Worth (Victoria University of Wellington)
  • Future Threats and Our Provisions: Diagnosis and Supplement through the Master Plans in World Cities
    Ha Hwang (University of Florida), Jaeseop Yang (Seoul Institute)
  • The Impacts of Urbanization on the Thermal Environment and Residents' Behaviors in Jakarta, Indonesia
    Akinobu Murakami (University of Tsukuba), Shinji Kurihara (Nihon University), Koji Harashina (Iwate University)

Presenters
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Ha Hwang

University of Florida
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Akinobu Murakami

University of Tsukuba
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Andrew Rumbach

University of Hawaii
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Christopher Worth

Doctor of Government Student (Part-time), Victoria University of Wellington
My area of research is on models of urban regeneration applicable to the New Zealand context. I also work in the field, as a senior policy advisor for the New Zealand government. I have previously worked extensively in local government, in strategic and landuse planning. I am passionate about making our cities livable; cities that work well for all residents.

Co-Authors
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Jaeseop Yang

Seoul Institute
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Koji Harashina

Iwate University
SK

Shinji Kurihara

Nihon University

Moderators
HH

Ha Hwang

University of Florida

Friday April 5, 2013 10:55am - 12:15pm
Fountain Room