Kate Dooley


Dr Kate Dooley is a research fellow at the University of Melbourne’s Climate and Energy College. She has published on rights-­based approaches to ecosystem restoration, the politics of forest carbon accounting and land use for sustainable development.



Climate of stagnation

EssayAT COP25 IN Madrid – the twenty-­fifth United Nations climate summit, held in December 2019 – I watched as the vice president of the European Commission, Frans Timmermans, elaborated on the important role of forests and biodiversity protection in the newly...

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