Climate change adaptation, loss and damage, climate resilience, development, governance.
My doctoral research focuses on issues of disproportionality and inequalities in relation to loss and damage from climate change extreme events. The PhD takes place in the context of a larger project named DICE - Recasting the disproportionate impacts of climate change extremes. The DICE project focuses on conceptualizing, measuring and governing loss and damage, including economic and non-economic forms of impact.
Kelly Dorkenoo is a doctoral student at Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies (LUCSUS). She holds undergraduate degrees in international business administration from Montpellier Business School and applied economics from Paris South XI; and a master’s degree in environmental management and policy from the International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE) at Lund University. Prior to joining LUCSUS, Kelly was working as research assistant on policy issues and capacity building for climate action and implementation of the Paris Agreement outcomes related to climate adaptation.
Recasting the disproportionate impacts of climate change extremes. Read more about the project on the Lund University Reserch Portal