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Jonathan Pickering
Jonathan Pickering
Assistant Professor, Canberra School of Politics, Economics and Society, University of Canberra
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The politics of the Anthropocene
JS Dryzek, J Pickering
Oxford University Press, 2019
2772019
Deliberation as a catalyst for reflexive environmental governance
JS Dryzek, J Pickering
Ecological Economics 131, 353-360, 2017
1372017
New directions in earth system governance research
S Burch, A Gupta, CYA Inoue, A Kalfagianni, Å Persson, AK Gerlak, A Ishii, ...
Earth System Governance 1, 100006, 2019
130*2019
Acting on climate finance pledges: Inter-agency dynamics and relationships with aid in contributor states
J Pickering, J Skovgaard, S Kim, JT Roberts, D Rossati, M Stadelmann, ...
World Development 68, 149-162, 2015
802015
Conditional nationally determined contributions in the Paris Agreement: foothold for equity or Achilles heel?
WP Pauw, P Castro, J Pickering, S Bhasin
Climate Policy 20 (4), 468-484, 2020
792020
On the concept of climate debt: its moral and political value
J Pickering, C Barry
Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 15 (5), 667-685, 2012
742012
“If equity’s in, we’re out”: scope for fairness in the next global climate agreement
J Pickering, S Vanderheiden, S Miller
Ethics & International Affairs 26 (4), 423-443, 2012
652012
Between environmental and ecological democracy: theory and practice at the democracy-environment nexus
J Pickering, K Bäckstrand, D Schlosberg
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 22 (1), 1-15, 2020
622020
Sharing the global climate finance effort fairly with limited coordination
J Pickering, F Jotzo, PJ Wood
Global Environmental Politics 15 (4), 39-62, 2015
60*2015
The impact of the US retreat from the Paris Agreement: Kyoto revisited?
J Pickering, JS McGee, T Stephens, SI Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen
Climate Policy 18 (7), 818-827, 2018
582018
Ecological reflexivity: characterising an elusive virtue for governance in the Anthropocene
J Pickering
Environmental Politics 28 (7), 1145-1166, 2019
482019
Special issue: managing fragmentation and complexity in the emerging system of international climate finance
J Pickering, C Betzold, J Skovgaard
International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 17 (1), 1-16, 2017
462017
Democratising planetary boundaries: experts, social values and deliberative risk evaluation in Earth system governance
J Pickering, Å Persson
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 1-13, 2019
412019
The little climate finance book: a guide to financing options for forests and climate change
C Parker, J Brown, J Pickering, E Roynestad, N Mardas, A Mitchell
Global Canopy Programme: Oxford, UK, 2009
39*2009
Making development co-operation fit for the future
R Davies, J Pickering
OECD Publishing, 2015
352015
Reconciling Ecological and Democratic Values: Recent Perspectives on Ecological Democracy
D Schlosberg, K Bäckstrand, J Pickering
Environmental Values 28 (1), 1-8, 2019
232019
Deliberative Global Governance
JS Dryzek, Q Bowman, J Kuyper, J Pickering, J Sass, H Stevenson
Cambridge University Press, 2019
222019
What drives national support for multilateral climate finance? International and domestic influences on Australia’s shifting stance
J Pickering, P Mitchell
International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 1-19, 2017
192017
Fulfilling Australia's international climate finance commitments: Which sources of financing are promising and how much could they raise?
F Jotzo, J Pickering, PJ Wood
Centre for Climate Economics and Policy (CCEP) Working Paper 1115, 2011
172011
Global Climate Governance Between Hard and Soft Law: Can the Paris Agreement’s ‘Crème Brûlée’ Approach Enhance Ecological Reflexivity?
J Pickering, JS McGee, SI Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen, J Wenta
Journal of Environmental Law, 2018
162018
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