Aarti Gupta
Aarti Gupta
Professor of Global Environmental Governance, Wageningen University, Netherlands
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Navigating the Anthropocene: Improving Earth System Governance
F Biermann, K Abbott, S Andresen, A Gupta, et al
Science 335 (6074), 1306-1307, 2012
5122012
Accountability and legitimacy in earth system governance: A research framework
F Biermann, A Gupta
Ecological Economics 70 (11), 1856-1864, 2011
2742011
Transparency under scrutiny: information disclosure in global environmental governance
A Gupta
Global Environmental Politics 8 (2), 1-7, 2008
2702008
Transforming governance and institutions for global sustainability: key insights from the Earth System Governance Project
F Biermann, K Abbott, S Andresen, A Gupta, et al
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 2012
1832012
Transparency in Global Environmental Governance: A Coming of Age?
A Gupta
Global Environmental Politics 10 (3), 1-9, 2010
1682010
In pursuit of carbon accountability: the politics of REDD+ measuring, reporting and verification systems
A Gupta, E Lövbrand, E Turnhout, MJ Vijge
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 4 (6), 726-731, 2012
1502012
Transparency in Global Environmental Governance: Critical Perspectives
A Gupta, M Mason, eds.
MIT Press, 2014
144*2014
Governing trade in genetically modified organisms: The Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety
A Gupta
Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development 42 (4), 22-33, 2000
1302000
Envisioning REDD+ in a post‐Paris era: between evolving expectations and current practice
E Turnhout, A Gupta, J Weatherley‐Singh, MJ Vijge, J De Koning, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 8 (1), 2017
1102017
Will REDD+ work? The need for interdisciplinary research to address key challenges
IJ Visseren-Hamakers, A Gupta, M Herold, M Peña-Claros, MJ Vijge
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 4 (6), 590-596, 2012
902012
The influence of the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety: comparing Mexico, China and South Africa
A Gupta, R Falkner
Global Environmental Politics 6 (4), 23-55, 2006
872006
The limits of regulatory convergence: globalization and GMO politics in the south
R Falkner, A Gupta
International environmental agreements: politics, law and economics 9 (2 …, 2009
652009
When global is local: Negotiating safe use of biotechnology
A Gupta
Earthly politics: local and global in environmental governance, 127-148, 2004
612004
Anticipating climate futures in a 1.5° C era: the link between foresight and governance
J Vervoort, A Gupta
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 31, 104-111, 2018
592018
Anticipating the future: 'Biotechnology for the poor' as unrealized promise?
K Jansen, A Gupta
Futures 41 (7), 436-445, 2009
592009
Managing fragmentation in global environmental governance: the REDD+ Partnership as bridge organization
A Gupta, T Pistorius, MJ Vijge
International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 16, 355-374, 2016
582016
Drivers of deforestation and REDD+ benefit-sharing: A meta-analysis of the (missing) link
J Weatherley-Singh, A Gupta
Environmental Science & Policy 54, 97-105, 2015
542015
Transparency as contested political terrain: who knows what about the global GMO trade and why does it matter?
A Gupta
Global Environmental Politics 10 (3), 32-52, 2010
532010
Disclosing or obscuring? The politics of transparency in global climate governance
A Gupta, M Mason
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 18, 82-90, 2016
492016
New Directions in Earth System Governance Research
S Burch, A Gupta
Earth System Governance 1, 2019
482019
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