Dr. Jonatan A. Lassa

Country of current residence

Indonesia

Current position

Research Fellow

Current institute employer

NTS RSIS NTU

Since

2014

Website current institute

www.rsis.edu.sg

Office phone

 

Previous positions

Since 2012, Institute of Resource Governance and Social Change (IRGCS)

2011-2012, Willis Research Fellow at NTU Singapore

2011, Indonesia(Post-doctoral) Research Fellow, Ash Centre, Harvard Kennedy School

2007-2010, PhD Researcher at UNU-EHS, Bonn, Germany

Awards

3 Postdoc awards during 2011-2013

DAAD Awards for PhD Scholarship in Disaster Research at University of Bonn 2007;

British Chevening Awards (British Council, UK), 2004

etc.

Professional memberships

Member of International Network for Social Network Analysis (www.insna.org) Since 2010

The Global Task Force on Building Codes (GTFBC) www.UNESCO‐ipred.org/gtfbc/

Earth System Governance Research Fellow (http://www.earthsystemgovernance.org/)2009

The International Institute for Asian Studies

Skills

Exploratory social network analysis such as Pajek and Gephi software for social network;Quantitative software such as SPSS 18, Excel ; > 11 years experience in participatory rural appraisals; Qualitative research methods etc.

Specialisation

ASEAN Food system under climate change (Thailand, Indonesia, Viet Nam, Singapore etc.), social network theory and analysis, climate change adaptation, marine cargo risk management, disastrologist, risikologist, disaster policy analysis, risk governance, institutional and governance dimension of disaster mitigation and management, multi-hazard early warning system, interdisciplinary research of disaster risk, climate risk and climate change adaptation and hazard research, vulnerability assessment

Degrees / expertise

Research Fellowship (Indonesian Postdoctoral Fellow), Harvard Kennedy School, Cambridge, MA. (2011).

 

PhD (Dr. Ing) Institute for Geodesy and Geoinformation, Landwirtschaftlichen Fakultat, University of Bonn, Germany

 

PhD School on Global Governance, Regionalism & The role of the EU. Garnet PhD School venued at the Université Libre de Bruxelles - ULB.

 

Doctoral Training and Courses: Development Studies. Interdisciplinary Courses: Boundary Concepts on Values and Valuations, Risks and Vulnerabilities and Models and Modeling With System Approach Exercises.

Disciplinary Courses: A Social Science Perspective on Development: Development Theory, Practice and Research Methods. ZEFa Courses.

 

MSc in Environment and International Development, School of Development Studies, University of East Anglia Norwich, United Kingdom.

 

B.Eng (ST) Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Widya Mandira Catholic University, Kupang, Indonesia.

 

Other Academic and Professional Training/Education:

 

End-to-End and People Centered Early Warning Systems, Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC 2008 venue at AIT Bangkok, Thailand)

 

PhD Block Course on “The Roles of Vulnerability to Disaster Risk Management.” Mar 2008. United Nation University Institute of Environment and Human Security (EHS-UNU) Bonn, Germany

 

Summer Course on International Humanitarian Law. Magdalene College, Cambridge, July 2006. Funded by the BRC and travel grants from Hivos.

 

Disaster Risk Management Course Oct. 2002 Asian Disaster Preparedness Center, AIT, Bangkok, Thailand.

Forthcoming

Lam, SLJ. and Lassa, J. 2016. Risk Assessment Framework for Exposure of Cargo and Ports to Natural Hazards and Climate Extremes. Maritime Policy & Management, . Further Information
Lassa, J. and Lai, A. 2016. Microfinance in Water and Sanitation Services - Identifying best practices. In: Julien Chaisse (eds.): Charting the Water Regulatory Future Global challenges in water and sanitation. Edward Elgar.
Taylor J. and Lassa, J. 2016. Learning from climate change vulnerability assessments in Indonesian cities. In: Archer, D. Colenbrander, D. and Dodman, D (eds.): Responding to Climate Change in Asian Cities: Governance for a more resilient urban future. IIED.
Taylor J. and Lassa, J. 2016. Learning from climate change vulnerability assessments in Indonesian cities. In: Archer, D. Colenbrander, D. and Dodman, D (eds.): Responding to Climate Change in Asian Cities: Governance for a more resilient urban future. IIED.
Teng, P. and Lassa, J. 2016. Food Security (as non-traditional security). In: Mely Caballero-Anthony (eds.): . An Introduction to Non-Traditional Security Studies - A Transnational Approach. Further Information

2016

Lassa, J., Caballero-Anthony, M., Teng, P. and Shrestha, M. 2016. Revisiting Food Reserve Policies and Practices: Recent Observation from Asian Countries.AARES2016: 60TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL AND RESOURCE ECONOMICS SOCIETY. Further Information
Mely Caballero-Anthony, Paul Teng, Jonatan Anderias Lassa, Tamara Nair, Maxim Shrestha. 2016. Public Stockpiling of Rice in Asia Pacific. NTS Report , 3. (Open Access) Further Information

2015

Caballero-Anthony, M., Teng, P., Goh, T. and Lassa, JA. 2015. Impact of Climate Change on Food Production: Options for Importing Countries. Download [PDF | 748.89KB]
Further Information
Caballero-Anthony, M., Teng, P., Goh, T., Shrestha, M., Lassa, J. 2015. Framing the ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community (ASCC) Post 2015: Linking Climate Change Adaptation and Food Security in ASEAN. ERIA Discussion Paper 2015-74. Further Information
Caballero-Anthony, M., Teng, P., Shrestha, M., Nair, T. and Lassa, JA. 2015. Public Stockpiling and Food Security. Download [PDF | 631.28KB]
Further Information
Hengky Susanto, J. Lassa, B. Liu, and B. G. Kim. 2015. Targeted Emergency Network Services Deployment Algorithm for Disaster Relief Agencies. IEEE ICC 2015 - Mobile and Wireless Networking Symposium ('ICC'15 (03) MWN') London, UK - forthcoming in the Proceedings of IEEE ICC 2015.
Lassa, J. 2015. Indonesia’s Haze and Disaster Governance Deficit. RSIS Commentaries CO15208. Further Information
Lassa, J. 2015. Toward Sustainably Clear Skies in Southeast Asia. Thinking ASEAN, Issue 5 November 2015. Download [PDF | 5.59MB]
Lassa, J, and Lai, A. 2015. Microfinance in Water and Sanitation Services: Identifying best practices. Conference Paper - Managing the Globalization of Sanitation Water Services: ‘Blue Gold’ Regulatory and Economic challenges Hong Kong 23-24 March, 2015 Chinese University of Hong Ko.
Lassa, J. and Li, Dominggus Elcid. 2015. NGO Networks and the Future of NGO Sustainability in Indonesia. NSSC Research Series #4. Further Information
Lassa, J., Lai, A. and Goh, T. 2015. Climate extremes: an observation and projection of its impacts on food production in ASEAN. Natural Hazard, 10.1007/s11069-015-2081-3. Further Information
Paul Teng, Mely Caballero-Anthony, Jonatan Lassa, Tamara Nair. 2015. Towards Asia 2025: policy and technology imperatives. Summary of the main findings of the second international conference on Asian food security held in Singapore on 21–22 August 2014. Food Security, 7(1):159-165. Further Information
Taylor, J and Lassa, J. 2015. How can Climate Change Vulnerability Assessments best impact policy and planning?: Lessons from Indonesia. IIED Asian Cities Climate Resilience Working Paper Series , No 22/2015: 33. Further Information

2014

2014. Disaster Risk Governance: Strengthening Collaboration with Non-State Actors. CO14065 |. Further Information
Goh Tian and Lassa, J. 2014. Putting A Price on Carbon: From Lima to Paris 2015. Further Information
Lassa, J. 2014. Volcanos test Indonesia’s disaster management. East Asia Forum, 14 March 2014. Further Information
Lassa, J. 2014. Disaster Management in ASEAN: An Overview. ASEAN Insight 07/2014, Unversity of Indonesia.
Lassa, J. 2014. Introduction: Asian food security under +2 to +4 C climate change. RSIS Special Report on Climate change impact on food security in Southeast Asia.. Download [PDF | 816.41KB]
Lassa, J and Nugraha, E. 2014. Building Resilience to Climate Change in the City of Bandar Lampung, Indonesia. In: Mohamad Fahmi, Arief A. Yusuf, Muhamad Purnagunawan, Budy P. Resosudarmo (eds.): Government and Communities: Sharing Indonesia’s Common Goals (Chapter 10). UNPAD-Press [ISBN 978-602-9238-66-2]. Further Information
Lassa, J and Shrestha, M. 2014. Food Sovereignty Discourse in Southeast Asia: Helpful or Disruptive?. Further Information
Lassa, J.. 2014. A Post-Disaster Monitoring Study Of Education In Emergencies Following the DKI Jakarta Flood 2013. Research Report.
Lassa, J. Djalante, R., Turner-Walker, S., Schumacher, J. Berenter, J. and Keller, M. 2014. Assessing Climate Change Adaptation in Indonesia: A Review of Climate Vulnerability Assessmen. Further Information
Lassa, J., Elcid Li, D., Rohi, R., Sagala, S., Boli-Sura, Y.. 2014. The Roles of Civil Society in Governing Disaster Reduction in Indonesia.. In: Mohamad Fahmi, Arief A. Yusuf, Muhamad Purnagunawan, Budy P. Resosudarmo (eds.): Government and Communities: Sharing Indonesia’s Common Goals (Chapter 5). UNPAD-Press [ISBN 978-602-9238-66-2]. Further Information
Lassa, JA. 2014. The Rise of Food Sovereignty in Southeast Asia. Further Information
Yulius, S. and Lassa, J. 2014. Linking food security, climate adaptation and carbon management: a case study from Indonesia." Working Paper 11, Institute of Resource Governance and Social Change (IRGSC).

2013

D Elcid Li, Jonatan Lassa, John Talan et. al.. 2013. Future of Latrines and the Future of Civilization: Understanding Cultural Barriers and Opportunities in West Timor [An anthropological Survey of Sanitation in West Timor, Indonesia] Working  Paper No 7 IRGSC.
Lassa, J. 2013. Disaster Policy Change in Indonesia 1930-2010: From Government to Governance? August 2013. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, . Download [PDF | 816.50KB]
Further Information
Lassa, J., Sagala S and Suryadini A. 2013. Conceptualizing an established network of a community based flood early warning system: Case of Cawang, East Jakarta, Jakarta [co-author with Sagala S and Suryadini A. Working Paper 3. IRGSC.
Sagala, S., Lassa, J. and Hudaya, D. 2013. The evolution of risk in Greater Jakarta. Working Paper # 2. IRGSC.

2012

Lassa, J. 2012. ‘Emerging ‘Agricultural In volution’ in Indonesia: Impact of Natural Hazards and Climate Extremes on Agricultura l Crops and Food System’, in Sawada, Y. and S. Oum (eds.), Economic and Welfare Impacts of Di sasters in East Asia and Policy Responses.. Jakarta: ERIA , : pp.601-640. Further Information

2011

Ben Wisner, George Kent, Jean Carmalt, Brian Cook, JC Gaillard, Allan Lavell, Marcus Oxley,Terry Gibson, Ilan Kelman, Dewald van Niekerk, Jonatan Lassa, Zen Delica. 2011. Political will for disaster reduction: what incentives build it, and why is it so hard to achieve?. Further Information
Lassa, J. 2011. Institutional Vulnerability and the Governance of Disaster Risk Reduction: Macro, Meso and Micro Analysis. Doctoral thesis at Faculty of Agriculture, University of Bonn. Further Information
Lassa, J. 2011. “Disaster Governance”. In: K. Bradley Penuel and Mathew Statler (eds.): SAGE Encyclopedia of Disaster Relief. Thousand Oaks CA: SAGE Publication (Forthcoming).
Lassa, J. 2011. Strategic Group Formation for Carbon Governance in Indonesia after the Indian Ocean Tsunami 2004. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science. DOI.10.3974/j.issn.2095-0055.2010.02.004, . Further Information
Lassa, J. 2011. “Risk Governance”. In: K. Bradley Penuel and Mathew Statler Ed. (eds.): Encyclopedia of Disaster Relief. Thousand Oaks CA: SAGE Publication (Forthcoming).
Lassa, J. 2011. Japans resilience to tsunamis and the lessons for Japan and the world: an early observation. Download [PDF | 299.99KB]
Lassa, J. 2011. Disaster risk science for disaster risk reduction. . Further Information
Lassa, J. 2011. Post disaster governance of Aceh 2005-2007: What complexity and network theory can offer?. Aiwest-DR Conference Paper , .
Lassa, J. 2011. Institutional Vulnerability and Governance of Disaster Risk Reduction: Macro, Meso and Micro Scale Assessment. Landwirtschaftliche Fakultät - University of Bonn Further Information
Lassa, J. 2011. Can Indonesia Incrementally Reduce its Disaster Risks?. Download [PDF | 1.01MB]
Lassa, J. 2011. 'Get ready for major disasters'. Further Information

2010

Haynes, K., Lassa, J., and Towers, B.. 2010. Child centred disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation: roles of gender and culture in Indonesia. IDS. Sussex . Further Information
Lassa, J. 2010. Polycentric Governance of Disaster Risk Reduction: An Introduction to a New Analytical Framework. IDRC Conference Davos Book of Abstract, Extended Abstract: 4.
Lassa, J. 2010. Early warning systems and politics of fear. . Further Information
Lassa, J. 2010. A History of Community Based Management in Indonesia (Sebuah Sejarah Pengetahuan PRBBK di Indonesia). A Draft for Bulletin Kawasan Bappenas Edisi 25 Th. 2010. (Work in progress - forthcoming). Download [PDF | 538.03KB]

2009

Lassa. 2009. Feeling Better, Doing Worse?. The Jakarta Post, . Further Information
Lassa, J. 2009. Understanding Food and Nutrition Policy in Indonesia: Case of East Nusa Tenggara Province 1958-2008 (Memahami Kebijakan Pangan dan Nutrisi Indonesia: Studi Kasus Nusa Tenggara Timur 1958-2008). Journal of NTT Studies, Vol 1 (1): 28-45. Further Information
Lassa, J. 2009. Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation: Shared Problems, Different Worlds? Integrated Disaster Risk Management Society (IDRiM), Annual Conference of IASSA and DPRI Forum Oct 2009, Kyoto University, Japan. Further Information
Lassa, J. 2009. Disaster risk reduction and sustainable livelihood (Preface). Download [PDF | 292.97KB]
Further Information
Lassa, J. [Ed]. 2009. The Roles of Community Based Approach for Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation in Indonesia, Conference Proceeding 5th National Conference Community Based Disaster Risk Reduction, Makassar, 5-8 Oct 2009. ISSN: 2086-1443. MPBI . Jakarta. Download [PDF | 1.54MB]
Lassa, J. Ed. 2009. The DNA Code of Risk Has TWO Intertwined Strands: Why Vulnerability Matters A Civil Society Response to the Draft Guidelines for Disaster Risk Assessment in Indonesia. Download [PDF | 161.70KB]
Lassa, J., Bata, D. P., Kleden, T. 2009. 50 Years Journey of Food Policy in East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia (50 Tahun Ziarah Pangan NTT). PT Timor Media Grafika (ISBN 9789791709712). Indonesia. Further Information
Lassa, J., Paripurno, E. T., Pristianto, J., Magatani, A., Purwanti, H., and Pujiono, P.. 2009. Community Based Disaster Risk Reduction (Pengurangan Risiko Bencana Berbasis Komunitas). Grasindo . Jakarta.
Nakmofa, Y. and Lassa, J. 2009. Community Based Approach to Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation Towards Sustainable Livelihood: Ten Years Experiences From PMPB Kupang. Journal of NTT Studies, Vol 1/2: 136-146. Further Information

2008

2008. A Brief Report on Vernacular Disaster Risk Management in Indonesia. Download [DOC | 38.00KB]
Lassa, J. 2008. Measuring Sustainability of Tsunami Early Warning Systems: An Interdisciplinary Research Agenda. International Journal of GeoRISK - Assessment and Management of Risk for Engineered Systems. Accepted June 2008. , 2 (4): pages 185 - 192. (Peer-reviewed). Further Information
Lassa, J. 2008. Warning system is about people. The Jakarta Post, . Further Information
Lassa, J. 2008. When Heaven (barely) Meets the Earth: Towards Convergency in Tsunami Early Warning Systems.. Download [PDF | 284.21KB]
Lassa, J. 2008. Governance for the Sustainability of Hazard Early Warning System. An Interdisciplinary Approach (Poster). Download [PDF | 140.34KB]
Lassa, J. 2008. The Rise of Risk - Where Is the Resilience?. Download [PDF | 625.75KB]
Lassa, J. 2008. Sustainability and Governance of Tsunami Early Warning System: Bureaucracy and System Theory Approach. Download [PDF | 356.70KB]

2007

Lassa, J. 2007. Excuses, inaction only add to global warming burden. Jakarta Post , 02/10-2007. Further Information
Lassa, J. and Agus, S. A. 2007. "Community Based Conflict Early Warning and Response: Conceptualising Experiences of LPS-HAM in Poso Conflict 2001-2005. See the conflict dataset that we developed. [forthcoming]. Download [PDF | 31.48KB]
Lassa, J. and Therik, A. 2007. "Aceh's security, development and institutional transformation". Further Information
Saragih, S., Lassa, J. and Ramly, A. 2007. Sustainable Livelihood Framework (Sistim Penghidupan Berkelanjutan) Indonesian Version, funded/supported by Hivos Netherlands in cooperation with Circle Indonesia. [forthcoming]. Download [PDF | 477.59KB]

2006

Lassa, J. 2006. "Flash Flood Mitigation in Indonsia (Mitigasi Banjir Bandang Indonesia)". Kompas, 9 January 2006. Further Information
Lassa, J. 2006. "The cost of the absence of Worst Case Scenario – Jogjakarta Earthquake". The Jakarta Post, 29 May 2006,. Further Information
Lassa, J. 2006. Kyoto's Protocol Dillema: “Better to have a weak agreement than no agreement at all”? Indosasters Working Paper# 4. Download [PDF | 218.79KB]
Lassa, J. 2006. "The Art of NGO-Ing in Aceh". Further Information
Lassa, J.. 2006. Using political ecology in analyzing disasters in Indonesia – A Case Study from Aceh Tsunami.. Kapai, (Indonesian Environmental and Disaster Management Journal), Ed. Jul-Sep 06, XI- No. 43.
Lassa, J.. 2006. "New Directions Needed for Disaster Management". The Jakarta Post,, 24 January 2006. Further Information
Lassa, J.. 2006. "Famine, drought, malnutrition: Defining and fighting hunger".. The Jakart Post, 04 July 2006. Further Information
Lassa, J.. 2006. Summary of Gender Analytical Frameworks for CSOs in Aceh (Kerangka Analisis Gender). Download [DOC | 152.00KB]
Lassa, J.. 2006. Evaluation of Disaster Governance in Indonesia: 2004-2006. In: Fatah, E.S. Ed (eds.): Puisi Indah, Prosa Buruk – Evaluasi Dua Tahun Kebijakan SBY-Kalla, ISBN: 979378223-4. SDI-Rekatama Media Bandung. pp. 323-354.. Download [PDF | 203.83KB]

2005

Lassa, J. 2005. "Food Security in Indonesia - Ketahanan Pangan in Indonesia". Kompas, 29 November 2005. Further Information
Lassa, J. 2005. "Kyoto’s Destiny and Global Future". The Jakarta Post, 19 Desember 2005. Further Information
Lassa, J. 2005. "On Yahukimo Famine - Kelaparan Yahukimo, Disengaja?". Kompas, 12 Desember 2005. Further Information
Lassa, J. 2005. "The Politics of Food and the genesis of food aid: A Case Study from Indonesia 1954-2003". MSc Dissertation at School of Development Study, University of East Anglia.
Lassa, J. 2005. "Manu Model: Community Based Multi-Hazards Mitigation – A CBDRM Good Practice in Timor"..
Lassa, J. 2005. "The Politics of Food Security in Indonesia 1950-2005". Download [PDF | 95.40KB]

2004

Lassa, J. 2004. “Bencana 26 Desember 2004 (Tsunami Disaster 26 December 2004). Kompas, 28 December 2004. Further Information

2003

Lassa, J.. 2003. Introduction to Disaster Risk Management (Indonesian) in Boli et. al. COMMUNITY BASED DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT. Further Information

Additionals, Curriculum Vitae
and Downloads

CVLassaJul2012JL.pdf [PDF | 257.75KB]

Research themes
  • Governance
  • Land use and food security
  • Environmental and climate change
  • Institutions
Research countries
  • Indonesia
  • Philippines
  • Thailand
  • Vietnam
Research topic
Food Security under Climate change, Network theory approach in disaster risk governance, disaster mitigation, multi-hazard warnning system, environmental governance, climate risk, climate change adapation, human dimension of disaster/hazard research
Research projects

Ongoing (with RSIS NTU)

Food System and Climate Change in ASEAN (Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore

 

Environmental security, Climate change and disaster risks)

 

Ongoing (independent)

>Natural hazards and climate extremes impact on agriculture and food security

>Understanding incentives for disaster reduction in Indonesia (local and national evidence)

>Local knowledge and community based disaster risk reduction

 

Past:

> Impacts of Jakarta Floods on Education (Schools) during 2013 Floods (STC Australia)

> Past (ACCCRN) Climate Governance in Urban Context of Indonesia

>Urban waste management as adaptation tools

>Understanding systems of flood warning in urban context

>Marine Cargo Exposure to Natural Hazards (ICRM NTU): Focus Major international ports

>Institutional vulnerability assessment

>Applying network theory on disaster risk research and climate adaptation. Country: Indonesia

>Independent research project on DRR CCA regulatory linkages

Working groups

Now:

> NTS RSIS NTU Singapore

> IRGSC' Food and Climate

Past:

ACCCRN Indonesia

ICRM NTU Singapore

Teaching

Writing skills

Food security

Climate adaptation

Disaster Risk Governance

Vulnerability assessment

Professional experience

International Network on Social Network Analysis; Earth System Governance Research Fellow; Member of Society for Risk Analysis; Gender and Disaster Network; etc.

 

I have 11 years in professional experience in the field of: cargo exposure analysis to natural hazards, disaster risk reduction, climate change adaptation, alternative energy, sustainable livelihood, rural technology and construction sector.

Degrees

Research Fellowship (Indonesian Postdoctoral Fellow), Harvard Kennedy School, Cambridge, MA. (2011).

 

PhD (Dr. Ing) Institute for Geodesy and Geoinformation, Landwirtschaftlichen Fakultat, University of Bonn, Germany

 

PhD School on Global Governance, Regionalism & The role of the EU. Garnet PhD School venued at the Université Libre de Bruxelles - ULB.

 

Doctoral Training and Courses: Development Studies. Interdisciplinary Courses: Boundary Concepts on Values and Valuations, Risks and Vulnerabilities and Models and Modeling With System Approach Exercises.

Disciplinary Courses: A Social Science Perspective on Development: Development Theory, Practice and Research Methods. ZEFa Courses.

 

MSc in Environment and International Development, School of Development Studies, University of East Anglia Norwich, United Kingdom.

 

B.Eng (ST) Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Widya Mandira Catholic University, Kupang, Indonesia.

 

Other Academic and Professional Training/Education:

 

End-to-End and People Centered Early Warning Systems, Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC 2008 venue at AIT Bangkok, Thailand)

 

PhD Block Course on “The Roles of Vulnerability to Disaster Risk Management.” Mar 2008. United Nation University Institute of Environment and Human Security (EHS-UNU) Bonn, Germany

 

Summer Course on International Humanitarian Law. Magdalene College, Cambridge, July 2006. Funded by the BRC and travel grants from Hivos.

 

Disaster Risk Management Course Oct. 2002 Asian Disaster Preparedness Center, AIT, Bangkok, Thailand.

Research partners

IRGSC

Research affiliation

Now:

>Center for Non-Traditional Security, RSIS-NTU Singapore

>Institute of Resource Governance and Social Change (http://www.irgsc.org/)

Risk Frontiers, Sydney Australia (Associate Fellow)

Indonesia Resilience Initiatives (Associate Fellow)

Past:

ICRM Nanyang Technological University

Ash Center, Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard University (Indonesia Program)

Risk Management, UNU-EHS Bonn

GITEWS Research Project/ Risk Management

United Nations University Institute of Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS) - www.ehs.unu.edu

Jonatan A. Lassa

E-Mail:
jonatan.lassa(at)gmail.com

Private website:
http://www.irgsc.org/

Department: