Kate Dooley
Kate Dooley
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Principles of justice in proposals and policy approaches to avoided deforestation: towards a post-Kyoto climate agreement
C Okereke, K Dooley
Global Environmental Change 20 (1), 82-95, 2010
Land-based negative emissions: risks for climate mitigation and impacts on sustainable development
K Dooley, S Kartha
International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 18 (1…, 2018
Cascading biases against poorer countries
S Kartha, T Athanasiou, S Caney, E Cripps, K Dooley, NK Dubash, T Fei, ...
Nature Climate Change 8, 348-349, 2018
Ethical choices behind quantifications of fair contributions under the Paris Agreement
K Dooley, C Holz, S Kartha, S Klinsky, JT Roberts, H Shue, H Winkler, ...
Nature Climate Change 11 (4), 300-305, 2021
Principles for thinking about carbon dioxide removal in just climate policy
DR Morrow, MS Thompson, A Anderson, M Batres, HJ Buck, K Dooley, ...
One Earth 3 (2), 150-153, 2020
Undoing equivalence: rethinking carbon accounting for just carbon removal
W Carton, JF Lund, K Dooley
Frontiers in Climate 3, 664130, 2021
Decision making in contexts of deep uncertainty-An alternative approach for long-term climate policy
M Workman, K Dooley, G Lomax, J Maltby, G Darch
Environmental Science & Policy 103, 77-84, 2020
Smoke and mirrors: a critical assessment of the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility
SO K Dooley, T Griffiths, F Martone
Forest Peoples Programme, 2011
Co-producing climate policy and negative emissions: trade-offs for sustainable land-use
K Dooley, P Christoff, KA Nicholas
Global Sustainability 1, e3, 2018
Governing by expertise: the contested politics of (accounting for) land-based mitigation in a new climate agreement
K Dooley, A Gupta
International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 17, 483-500, 2017
Cutting Corners: World Bank’s forest and carbon fund fails forests and peoples
K Dooley, T Griffiths, H Leake, S Ozinga
London: FERN/Forest Peoples Programme, 2008
It is still possible to achieve the paris climate agreement: Regional, sectoral, and land-use pathways
S Teske, T Pregger, S Simon, T Naegler, J Pagenkopf, Deniz, ...
Energies 14 (8), 2103, 2021
Building on forest governance reforms through FLEGT: the best way of controlling forests' contribution to climate change?
K Dooley, S Ozinga
Review of European Community & International Environmental Law 20 (2), 163-170, 2011
The Land Gap Report
K Dooley, H Keith, A Larson, G Catacora-Vargas, W Carton, ...
Climate policy decision making in contexts of deep uncertainty-from optimisation to robustness
M Workman, G Darch, K Dooley, G Lomax, J Maltby, H Pollitt
Environmental Science & Policy 120, 127-137, 2021
Risks of Relying on Tomorrow's' negative Emissions' to Guide Today's Mitigation Action
S Kartha, K Dooley
Stockholm Environment Institute., 2016
Carbon‐dioxide Removal and Biodiversity: A Threat Identification Framework
K Dooley, E Harrould‐Kolieb, A Talberg
Global Policy 12, 34-44, 2021
Missing pathways to 1.5◦ C: The role of the land sector in ambitious climate action
K Dooley, D Stabinsky, K Stone, S Sharma, T Anderson, ...
Climate Land Ambition and Rights Alliance, 2018
Carbon removals from nature restoration are no substitute for steep emission reductions
K Dooley, Z Nicholls, M Meinshausen
One Earth 5 (7), 812-824, 2022
Renewable energy resource assessment
S Teske, K Nagrath, T Morris, K Dooley
Achieving the Paris Climate Agreement Goals: Global and Regional 100…, 2019
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