- Our Research
My research interests include environmental planning and governance, water and society, interdisciplinary/transdisciplinary/cross-sectoral research, disaster research, and climate change. No matter what research approaches are adopted, the research topics are generally related to social-ecological systems. It is expected to explore the diverse social realities, and make corresponding suggestions.
Lee, Chia-Chi, Kuo, Shih-Yun, Hsu, Huang-Hsiung, Mo, Tung-Li, Lee, Shih-Yu, Tu, Chia-Ying, Wang, Yi-Chi, Lee, Wei-Liang, Chen, Yi-Ying, Hsu, Chih-Tsung, Chou, Kuei-Tien, Pien, Chung-Pei, Lee, Chia-Jung, Chang, En-Yu, Huang, Kuan-Chun, Yang, Chia-Wei, Chao, Yi-Meng, How does the research community contribute to TCFD-aligned disclosures? The gaps between reality and ideals (submitting to Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management)
Elusma, Manassé, Tung, Ching-pin, Lee, Chia-Chi, Jou, Sue-ching, Agricultural drought risk assessment in the Caribbean region: The case of HAITI, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (under review)
Huang, Kuo-Ching, Chan, Shih-Liang, Ke, Jing-Ting, Lee, Chia-Chi, Discussion on the co-benefit assessment framework of climate change adaptation: Agricultural land-use adaptation as an example, Journal of City and Planning (in Chinese) (major revision completed and resubmitted)
Lee, Chia-Chi, Huang, Kuo-Ching, Kuo, Shih-Yun, Lin, Yong-Jun, Ke, Kai-Yuan, Pan, Tsung-Yi, Tai, Li-Li, Cheng, Chien-Ke, Shih, Yu-Li, Lai, Han-Ting, Ke, Bing-Heng (2022) Gender matters: The role of women in community-based disaster risk management in Taiwan, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijdrr.2022.103046 (in press)
Lee, Chia-Chi, Kuo, Shih-Yun, Chiu, Ya-Hsuan, Chang, En-Yu, Chen, Liang-Chun, Hung, Hung-Chih, Chang, Ting-Wei, Drought perception under climate change: The differences between farmers and the public, Weather, Climate, and Society (resubmitting)
Lee, Chia-Chi, Huang, Kuo-Ching, Kuo, Shih-Yun, Tung, Ching-Pin, Liu, Tzu-Ming (2022) Climate change research in Taiwan: Beyond following the mainstream, Environmental Hazards: Human and Policy Dimensions (in press)
Lee, Chia-Chi, Huang, Kuo-Ching, Kuo, Shih-Yun, Cheng, Chien-Ke, Tung, Ching-Pin, Liu, Tzu-Ming (2021) Development of a social impact assessment for the water environment: a professional perspective, Water, 13(23): 3355, https://doi.org/10.3390/w13233355
Recent research discusses the feasibility of assessing the social impact of water environment, reviews Taiwan’s historical climate change research orientation, examines the role of women in community-based disaster risk management, and makes recommendations for the scientific community to contribute to corporate climate-related financial disclosure.