Kate Dooley Interview

On Dec. 6 during the Global Landscape Forum (a side event happening in parallel with the COP) Kate Dooley, a PhD student at the University of Melbourne and an expert in carbon markets, carbon trading and forests and land-use, was part of a panel discussing “A rights-based approach to comprehensive land use planning”. Proceeding the talk, Kate was kind enough to give [earth] some of her time to make a short interview on some of the concepts that are on the table during the current COP 20 in Lima, and in the road to the 2015 Paris agreement. The conversation covers issues such as land-use under the new agreement, ‘“false solutions”, INDC’s, the non-paper, equity and the slogan “system change not climate change”.

Interview by Maria Escalante and Omer Shamir

 

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