Alexei Trundle co-ordinates the MSSI Future Cities Research Cluster, and is a PhD Candidate at the Australian-German Climate and Energy College. He holds a Research Associate position with the United Nations Global Compact Cities Programme, and provides scientific advice to the UN-Habitat Cities and Climate Change Initiative in the Pacific region.Alexei formerly worked at RMIT University's Global Cities Research Institute, managing research projects focused on Climate Change Adaptation in the Asia-Pacific region, with a particular interest in Melanesian urban settlements.
He led development of an Urban Resilience and Climate Adaptation Plan for Honiara, capital of the Solomon Islands, and Port Vila, Vanuatu. Other aspects of his research have focused on development of climate risk assessment methodologies, including the 2015 Tasmanian Natural Disaster Risk Assessment, toolkit development for Port Authorities and operators, and development of an adaptation for the RMIT University campus.
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Reflecting on a Journey From Climate Change Vulnerability Assessments to the Implementation of Climate Resilience Actions
Darryn McEvoy, Alexei Trundle, Bernhard Barth, David Mitchell
Book Chapter | 2020
Urbanisation and global environmental change pose significant challenges. This is particularly the case for Pacific cities which a..
In support of urban adaptation: a participatory assessment process for secondary cities in Vietnam and Bangladesh
Darryn McEvoy, Iftekhar Ahmed, Alexei Trundle, Thanh Sang Le, Ngoc Diem Nguyen, Thi Thu Suu Lam, Ba Quoc Tran, Fuad Hassan Mallick, Rezaur Rahman, Aminur Rahman, Nandan Mukherjee, Ainun Nishat
Journal article | 2014 | Climate and Development
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Architecture, Building And Planning
UN Global Compact Cities Programme
Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies (Sustainability)
University of Melbourne
Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies (Sustainability) (Hons)
Australian National University