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Prof. J. (Joyeeta) Gupta

Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences
GPIO : Governance and Inclusive Development
Photographer: Joyeeta Gupta

Visiting address
  • Nieuwe Achtergracht 166
  • Room number: B4.07
Postal address
  • Postbus 15629
    1001 NC Amsterdam
  • Profile & Short CV

    Joyeeta Gupta is co-chair of the Earth Commission (2019-2021), set up by Future Earth and supported by the Global Challenges Foundation, together with Johan Rockström and Dahe Qin. She was co-chair of UNEP’s Global Environment Outlook-6 (2016-2019), published by Cambridge University Press, which was presented to governments participating in the United Nations Environment Assembly in 2019, and was covered in newspapers worldwide. It has just won the Association of American Publishers PROSE award for Environmental Science. She has also been named as co-chair of the Earth Commission (2019-2021), set up by Future Earth and supported by the Global Challenges Foundation, together with Johan Rockström and Dahe Qin.

    She is full professor of environment and development in the global south at the Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research of the University of Amsterdam and IHE Delft Institute for Water Education. She is also the Faculty Professor on Sustainability (2019-2024) and leads the programme group on Governance and Inclusive Development, managing 10 permanent faculty members, 3-4 post-docs and approximately 60 PhD candidates. Finally, she is also the Co-Convener of the University's Centre for Sustainable Development Studies, for which she coordinates and leads all related activities, including the recent and successful third annual (virtual) conference in 2019 - which saw over 1900 registrations and participants from over 30 countries. Prior to this, she was professor on Climate Change Policy and Law at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam. She is editor-in-chief of International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics (IF 2.312) and is on the editorial board of Environmental Science and Policy, Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, Climate and Carbon Law Review, International Journal on Sustainable Development, Catalan Environmental Law Journal, Review of European Community and International Environmental Law and Earth System Governance. She was lead author in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change which won the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize with Al Gore and of the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment which won the Zaved Second Prize. Her books include The Climate Change Convention and Developing Countries - From Conflict to Consensus? (1997, Kluwer Academic Publishers), On behalf of my Delegation (2000, translated into French and Spanish), Our Simmering Planet: What to do About Global Warming (2001, Zed Publishers; translated into Korean), and the History of Global Climate Governance’ (2014: Cambridge University Press) which won the Atmospheric Science Librarians International (ASLI) Choice Award in 2015 for 2014 in its history category. She has co-edited books 12 books on climate change, water, forest and urban governance and development cooperation. She has edited 11 Special Issues. Her Google Scholar Impact Factor is 60, with 120 journal papers and more than 14,000 citations. She has successfully supervised 22 PhD students and is currently supervising 25 PhD students in the areas of climate change, forest, food/fish, water and disaster governance as well as in development challenges such as food governance and child marriage.

    She has been on the scientific steering committees of international programmes including the Steering Committee of the Global Agricultural Research Partnership (CGIAR) research programme on Forests, Trees and Agroforestry (2015-2018); and Future Earth’s Earth System Governance programme (2008-2018). At European level, she has been a member of Science Europe’s Scientific Committee for the Sciences (2016-2018) and of the Joint Programming Initiative - Climate Transdisciplinary Advisory Board in Brussels (ongoing). At national level, she is on the Supervisory Board of Oxfam Novib and the Royal Tropical Institute (KIT) in Amsterdam (ongoing). She was the Vice-President of the Commission on Development Cooperation (2011-2019) and member of the Advisory Council on International Affairs (2011-2019), a statutory body that advises three Cabinet Ministers. She was a member of the Board of Research for Global Development, WOTRO/N.W.O. from 2004-2010. She is currently vice-chair of the Curatorium of the Prins Claus Chair on Development and Equity.

    She has been the leader or participated in the acquisition of 52 small to very large projects from a diversity of funding agencies including the European Commission and the National Science Foundation in the Netherlands. Among her many activities she has also participated in the design and signature of The Rome Declaration of 2017 on the Human Right to Water, initiated by the Pope and the Pontifical Academy of Sciences in Vatican City.

    Research themes

    • The need to phase out fossil fuels in an equitable manner;
    • The influence of changing geopolitics and governance patterns on North-South issues in relation to  environment and development;
    • Relationship between the environment and development at Global to Local (Glocal) levels; and
    • Promoting sustainable development through discourses on integration, coherence, mainstreaming, nexus approach. 

    Key disciplinary approaches

    Law, politics, policy

    Key focus

    Environment (climate change, forests, ecosystems, leaving fossil fuels underground), Water, Energy and Development, Ecospace

    Key words

    adaptive, inclusive multi-level  governance; changing governance patterns; human rights and environmental principles; adaptive capacity

    Short CV

    Joyeeta Gupta is co-chair of the Earth Commission (2019-2021), set up by Future Earth and supported by the Global Challenges Foundation, together with Johan Rockström and Dahe Qin. She was co-chair of UNEP’s Global Environment Outlook-6 (2016-2019), published by Cambridge University Press, which was presented to governments participating in the United Nations Environment Assembly in 2019, and was covered in newspapers worldwide. It has just won the Association of American Publishers PROSE award for Environmental Science. She has also been named as co-chair of the Earth Commission (2019-2021), set up by Future Earth and supported by the Global Challenges Foundation, together with Johan Rockström and Dahe Qin.

    She is full professor of environment and development in the global south at the Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research of the University of Amsterdam and IHE Delft Institute for Water Education. She is also the Faculty Professor on Sustainability (2019-2024) and leads the programme group on Governance and Inclusive Development, managing 10 permanent faculty members, 3-4 post-docs and approximately 60 PhD candidates. Finally, she is also the Co-Convener of the University's Centre for Sustainable Development Studies, for which she coordinates and leads all related activities, including the recent and successful third annual (virtual) conference in 2019 - which saw over 1900 registrations and participants from over 30 countries. Prior to this, she was professor on Climate Change Policy and Law at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam. She is editor-in-chief of International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics (IF 2.312) and is on the editorial board of Environmental Science and Policy, Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, Climate and Carbon Law Review, International Journal on Sustainable Development, Catalan Environmental Law Journal, Review of European Community and International Environmental Law and Earth System Governance. She was lead author in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change which won the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize with Al Gore and of the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment which won the Zaved Second Prize. Her books include The Climate Change Convention and Developing Countries - From Conflict to Consensus? (1997, Kluwer Academic Publishers), On behalf of my Delegation (2000, translated into French and Spanish), Our Simmering Planet: What to do About Global Warming (2001, Zed Publishers; translated into Korean), and the History of Global Climate Governance’ (2014: Cambridge University Press) which won the Atmospheric Science Librarians International (ASLI) Choice Award in 2015 for 2014 in its history category. She has co-edited books 12 books on climate change, water, forest and urban governance and development cooperation. She has edited 11 Special Issues. Her Google Scholar Impact Factor is 60, with 120 journal papers and more than 14,000 citations. She has successfully supervised 22 PhD students and is currently supervising 25 PhD students in the areas of climate change, forest, food/fish, water and disaster governance as well as in development challenges such as food governance and child marriage.

    She has been on the scientific steering committees of international programmes including the Steering Committee of the Global Agricultural Research Partnership (CGIAR) research programme on Forests, Trees and Agroforestry (2015-2018); and Future Earth’s Earth System Governance programme (2008-2018). At European level, she has been a member of Science Europe’s Scientific Committee for the Sciences (2016-2018) and of the Joint Programming Initiative - Climate Transdisciplinary Advisory Board in Brussels (ongoing). At national level, she is on the Supervisory Board of Oxfam Novib and the Royal Tropical Institute (KIT) in Amsterdam (ongoing). She was the Vice-President of the Commission on Development Cooperation (2011-2019) and member of the Advisory Council on International Affairs (2011-2019), a statutory body that advises three Cabinet Ministers. She was a member of the Board of Research for Global Development, WOTRO/N.W.O. from 2004-2010. She is currently vice-chair of the Curatorium of the Prins Claus Chair on Development and Equity.

    She has been the leader or participated in the acquisition of 52 small to very large projects from a diversity of funding agencies including the European Commission and the National Science Foundation in the Netherlands. Among her many activities she has also participated in the design and signature of The Rome Declaration of 2017 on the Human Right to Water, initiated by the Pope and the Pontifical Academy of Sciences in Vatican City.

    Research themes

    • The need to phase out fossil fuels in an equitable manner;
    • The influence of changing geopolitics and governance patterns on North-South issues in relation to  environment and development;
    • Relationship between the environment and development at Global to Local (Glocal) levels; and
    • Promoting sustainable development through discourses on integration, coherence, mainstreaming, nexus approach. 

    Key disciplinary approaches

    Law, politics, policy

    Key focus

    Environment (climate change, forests, ecosystems, leaving fossil fuels underground), Water, Energy and Development, Ecospace

    Key words

    adaptive, inclusive multi-level  governance; changing governance patterns; human rights and environmental principles; adaptive capacity

    Short CV

  • PhD's

            As supervisor: completed PhDs

    • ’17 – ’22              Nashia Azaz (Nepal), Gender and child marriage, Project funded by BUZA, NL
    • ’17 – ’21              Olaf Erz (German), Capacity building, tertiary education and youth, self-financed
    • ’17 – ’21              Ricardo Fuentealba Fuentes (Chile), Governing post disaster recovery, Chilean Govt. scholarship
    • ’17 – ’20              Meelan Thondoo (Swiss/Mauritius), Environmental Health Impact Assessments, Erasmus Mundus, defended in Barcelona University, joint PhD with the UVA
    • ’14 – ’20              Dilanthi Nadeeka Koralagamage, Small-scale fisher migration, conflict and wellbeing A case study from Sri Lanka
    • ’15 – ’20              Francine van den Brandeler, Scalar Mismatches in Metropolitan Water Governance: A Comparative Study of Sao Paolo and Mexico City, Fellowship from CEDLA.
    • ’14 – ’20              Shakeel Hayat (Pakistan), Inclusive Development and Multi-Level Transboundary Water Governance: The Kabul River (CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group), NUFFIC fellowship
    • ’17 – ’20              Selam Abraham (Ethiopia), Manging Land Conflicts in Plural Societies: Intergroup Land Governance in Ethiopia (UVA- Law Faculty), project funded by BUZA, NL
    • ’14 – ’19              Annisa Triyanthi (Indonesia), Governing Ecosystem-Based Disaster Risk Reduction: Mangroves in Indonesia and India, Indonesian Govt. Scholarship
    • ’13 – ’18              Darryl Colebrander (South Africa), Governing Coastal Risk and Vulnerability: New Pathways within Developing City-Scale Contexts, Cape Town, South Africa, self-financed
    • ’14 – ’18              Pedi Obani (Nigeria), 'Strengthening the Human Right to Sanitation as an Instrument of Inclusive Development' (CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group), NUFFIC fellowship.
    • ’13 – ’18              Peggy Somuah, Governing forests: Participatory spatial knowledge management, Ghana, NWO-WOTRO
    • '13 – '17               Dorine E. van Norren9, Development as Service: A Happiness, Ubuntu and Buen Vivir Interdisciplinary view of the SDGs, self-financed.
    • ’13 – ’17              Kirstin Conti, 'Norms in Multilevel Groundwater Governance and Sustainable Development', UVA-AISSR.
    • ’12 – ’17              Simone Lovera, 'Agents, Assumptions and Motivations Behind REDD+', UVA-AISSR.
    • ’13 – ’16              Margot Hurlbert, “Adaptive Governance of Disaster: Drought and Flood in Rural Areas”, UVA-AISSR.
    • ’05 – ’15              Monica Sanz, UNESCO-IHE/UVA: ‘Micro and Small Industries, Water and Developing Countries: A Challenge for Sustainability in Colombia’
    • ’08 – ’14              Mairon Bastos Lima, Self-financed scholar, VU “The politics of biofuel governance and sustainability: Agency, Institutions and Social Equity Dimensions of ‘Green Economies’ in the Making”, 
    • ’05 – ’13              Nana Amma Anokye, VUA, “Stakeholder participation in Water Resources Management: The Case of Densu Basin in Ghana”
    • ’05 – ’13              Harro van Asselt, VUA, “The Fragmentation of Global Climate Governance”
    • ’05 – ’11              Joseph Boateng Agyenim, VUA, “Investigating institutional arrangements for integrated water resource management in developing countries: The Case of White Volta Basin, Ghana”
    • ’04 – ’08              Kyla Tienhaara, VUA, “The Expropriation of Environmental Governance: Protecting Foreign Investors at the Expense of Public Policy” (published by Cambridge University Press).
    • ’01 – ’07              Co-promoter, Preeti Soni (WOTRO), VUA,“Global Solutions Meeting Local Needs: Climate Change Policy Instruments for Diffusion on Cleaner Technologies in the Small-Scale Industries in India”
    • ’00 – ’04            Co-promoter, Antoinette Hildering, Law Faculty, VUA, “International Law, Sustainable Development and Water Management”

    As supervisor: ongoing PhDs

    • '22 – '27              Frank de Morrée, climate change and fossil fuels, ERC Advanced Grant (JG)
    • '22 – '27              Moataz Yakan, climate change and fossil fuels, ERC Advanced Grant (JG)
    • '22 – '27              Janina Herzog-Hawelka, climate change and fossil fuels, ERC Advanced Grant (JG)
    • '22 – '27             Augusto Heras, climate change and fossil fuels, ERC Advanced Grant (JG)
    • '22 – '27             Clara McDonnell, climate change and fossil fuels, ERC Advanced Grant (JG)
    • '20 – '24             Mansura Akter, ship breaking industry, NUFFIC, IHE.
    • ’19 – ’23              Arthur Rempel (Brazil/Italy), Leaving Fossil Fuel Underground, NWO-WOTRO
    • ’19 – ’23              Sophie te Wierik (The Netherlands), Governing green water, UVA financed
    • ’18 – ’22              Daniel Sloman (USA), Adverse Inclusion, self-financed
    • ’18 – ’22              Hilmer Bosch (The Netherlands), Ownership of water, self-financed
    • ’18 – ’22              Liang Hu (Taiwan, China), Science-Policy interface on Climate Change, self-financed
    • ’18 – ’22              Jiesper Tristan (Denmark), The Politics of IPCC Scenarios, self-financed, defends in Portugal.
    • ’17 – ’21              Jolanda Robinson (US), Capacity building and gender, self-financed
    • ’17 – ’21              Rashmila Shakya (Pakistan), Gender and child marriage, Project funded by BUZA, NL
    • ’17 – ’21              Jovan Ivan Mugga (Uganda), Governing climate change, self-financed
    • ’17 – ’21              Jane Juliana Grey (Ghana), Governing livelihood diversification and food security, NUFFIC
    • ’17 – ’21              Maria Catalina Garcia (Colombia), Governing ocean boundaries, NUFFIC scholarship
    • ’17 – ’21              Mustika Angraemi (Indonesia), Governing participation and coastal defense, Govt. scholarship
    • ’16 – ’21              Eva Barros (Brazil), Governing transboundary water, Brazilian government scholarship
    • ’16 – ’21              Aarthi Sridhar (India), Fisheries Science and Food Security in India, NUFFIC fellowship
    • ’16 – ’21              Julius Muchemi (Ghana), Governing Forests and REDD, Kenya, self-financed
    • ’16 – ’21              Janvier Kini (Burkina Faso), Inclusive Business in Agriculture, NWO WOTRO
    • ’16 – ’21              Eunice Likoko (Kenya), Inclusive Business in Agriculture, NWO WOTRO
    • ’15 – ’21              Martha Kakrah Ataa (Ghana), Cocoa farmers in Ghana, NWO WOTRO
    • ’15 – ’21              Malin Joanna Olofsson (South Africa), Governing smallholder food issues, NWO WOTRO
    • ’14 – ’21              Ernesto Roessing Neto (Belgium), Forest mechanisms, Vrije Universiteit Berlin, self-financed
    • ’14 – ’21              Ali Brown (USA), Wellbeing of fisher-families in Sri Lanka, NWO WOTRO and self-financed
  • Editorships

    Editorships

    • '19 –      Member, Editorial Board, Earth System Governance, Elsevier, Open Access.
    • ’99 –      Editor in Chief since 2004; Associate Editor since 1999, International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics (IF: 2.312), Springer; www.springeronline.com 
    • ’12 –      Member, Editorial Board, Review of European Community and International Environmental Law
    • ’11 –      Member, Editorial Board, International Journal of Water Governance
    • ’10 –      Member, Editorial Board, Catalan Environmental Law Journal, Revista Catalana de Dret Ambiental, http://www.rcda.cat
    • ’09 –      Member, Editorial Board, Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability (IF 3.168), Elsevier
    • ’07 –      Member, Editorial Board, Carbon and Climate Law Review, Lexxion
    • ’06 –’10 Member, Editorial Board, International Community Law Review, Brill
    • ’01 –      Member, Editorial Board, Environmental Science and Policy, (IF 3.514) Elsevier Science
    • ’98 –      Member, Editorial Board, International Journal of Sustainable Development, Inderscience
    • ’90 – ’91Member, Editorial Board, Change, Ministry of Environment, The Netherlands
    • ’88 – ’89  Legal reporter, International Banking Law Journal, Kluwer/Longman, UK
  • Commission Memberships

    Commission memberships and professional affiliations

    International scientific steering committees

    • '21                      Member, Joint Advisory Board on climate change and environmental research (the Grantham Institutes) at Imperial College and London School of Economics and Political Science, financed by the Grantham Foundation for the Protection of the Environment.
    • '20                      Member, Scientific Advisory Committee Members, UNEP 2020 Synthesis Report: “Making Peace with Nature: a scientific blueprint to tackle the climate, biodiversity and pollution emergencies (2021)
    • ’20                       Jury Member of Entrepreneur of the Year Award, One Young World, https://www.oneyoungworld.com/entrepreneur-year-award 
    • '18                       Jury Member of Nudge Global Impact Award 2017, Prize distribution at Peace Palace.
    • ’19 – ’22              Co-chair, Earth Commission, Convened by Future Earth, https://earthcommission.org/
    • ’18 – ’21              Member, Global Sustainability Strategy Forum, Volkswagon Stichting.
    • ’16 – ’20              Co-chair of UNEP’s Global Environment Outlook-6 assessing knowledge on the environment and the Sustainable Development Goals. The report and its Summary for Policy Makers was presented to the 4th United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) for endorsement by UN Member States at that assembly. The co-chairs were expected to coordinate the scholarly work on the report and ensure its scientific quality and act as the bridge between the authors and the GEO-6 advisory bodies (e.g. the High-level Intergovernmental and Stakeholder Advisory Group and the Scientific Advisory Panel).
    • ’15 – ’18              Steering Committee CGIAR (Global Agricultural Research Partnership) Research programme on Forests, Trees and Agroforestry.
    • ’15 – ’21              Joint Programming Initiative - Climate Transdisciplinary Advisory Board, Brussels (this is an initiative of 14 EU Member States and 7 Observer Countries).
    • ’16 – ’18              Science Europe, Brussels. Science Europe has 47 member organizations (e.g. NWO) in 27 European countries, covering Euro 25 billion per annum (80% of public research funding); it aims at borderless science, facilitate science, communicate science and improve the scientific environment.
    • ’15 – ’16              Social Science Europe, Brussels
    • ’15 – ’17              Chair, Board, Centre for Maritime Research (MARE), http://www.marecentre.nl
    • ’15 – ’19              Co-Chair, Working Group on Inclusive Development, European Association of Development Institutes (2015-2017). http://www.eadi.org/wg/inclusive-development
    • ’11 – ’15              Climate Change Committee, International Law Association (ILA), http://www.ila-hq.org/
    • ’08 – ’18              IHDP Earth System Governance Project/Research Alliance, http://www.earthsystemgovernance.org/
    • ’10 – ’11              EU’s Global Europe 2030/2050 - Expert Group, on the EU’s future research priorities.
    • ’07 – ’08              IHDP Scientific Planning Committee, Earth System Governance Project
    • ’04 – ’14              IHDP Global Water System Project, www.gwsp.org
    • ’04 – ’10              International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), www.iiasa.ac.at
    • ’01 – ’10              Vice Chair since 2005; Global Change System for Analysis, Research and Training (START) of  International Geosphere, Biosphere Programme, the World Climate Research Programme and International Human Dimensions Programme (IHDP) on Global Environmental Change.
    • ’03 – ’07              IHDP Institutional Dimensions of Global Environmental Change (IDGEC) project.
    • ’03 – ’06              Member RC 46 on Global Environmental Change, International Political Science Assoc. (IPSA). 
    • ’03 – ’12              Member of the Committee on the International Law on Sustainable Development, ILA
    • ’02 – ’04              Member, Research Network on Transnational Institutions on the Environment (TIE), GermanyInternational Epistemic Communities and Advisory Committees
    • ’15 –                    Member, Expert groups and ad hoc groups developing deliverables on the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES)
    • ’11 –                    Member, Science Group to make Proposals on the Scientific Content of the future Assessments of the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES)
    • ’10 – ’12              Lead author, Global Environmental Outlook-5, UNEP, http://www.unep.org/geo/
    • ’10 – ’14              Lead author, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) – Fifth Assessment Report
    • ’03 – ’05              Lead author, Millennium Ecosystem Assessment
    • ’04 – ’06              Lead Author, IPCC – Fourth Assessment Report
    • ’03                       Member, Scoping Report for IPCC – Fourth Assessment Report
    • ’98 – ’00              Lead author, IPCC Special Report on Technology Transfer

    National scientific and advisory commissions

    • ’18 –                     Vice Chair, Curatorium of the Prins Claus Chair on Development and Equity
    • ’18 – ’20              Jury Member, Duurzaam 100, Trouw
    • ’11 – ’19              Vice-president, Commissie Ontwikkelingssamenwerking (COS)
    • ’11 – ’19              Member, Adviesraad Internationale Vraagstukken (AIV)
    • ’13 – ’18              Member, NWO-IIASA committee
    • ’13 – ’14              Advisory and supervision committee, Knowledge collection and research department, National Commission on Sustainable Development (NCDO)
    • ’13 – ’14              Member, NWO-MAG-VIDI selection committee
    • ’10 – ’12              Member, National Knowledge Network Sustainability, Climate and Energy
    • ’09 – ’10              2010  Member, Vrienden van Wetenschap, Innovatie Platform Headed by Prime-Minister
    • ’08 – ’11              Member, Commission, Huygens Scholarship Programme, Ministry of Education.
    • ’05 – ’10              Vice-President, Global Change Commission, Royal Academy of Sciences (KNAW)
    • ’04 – ’10              Member, Board, Research for Global Development, WOTRO/N.W.O.
    • ’02 – ’05              Member, Programme Council, Netherlands Follow-Up Programme on Climate Change Research
    • ’01 – ’04              Member, Netherlands Human Dimensions Programme Commission, on Institutions, (KNAW)
    • ’04 – ’06              Member, Netherlands Global Change Commission, KNAW
    • ’00 –                    Fellow, Amsterdam Institute of International Development (email:  info@aiid.org)

    International education evaluation committees

    • '19                       Trinity International Development Initiative, Dublin, Ireland
    • '18                       Institute for Social Studies, Netherlands
    • '12                       Norwegian Climate Research, Norway University
    • ’15 – ’20              Co-convener, Centre for Sustainable Development Studies, University of Amsterdam
    • ’03 – ’12              Member, Council of Advice of the Centre for International Cooperation, Vrije Universiteit

    Volunteer activities

    • ’12 – ’20              Member, Board of Supervisors (Raad van Toezicht), OXFAM NOVIB, The Hague
    • ’15 – ’20              Member, Board of Supervisors, Royal Institute for the Tropics, Amsterdam
    • ’02 – ’                   Member, Comité van Aanbeveling, Kerkinactie klimaatcampagne
    • ’95 – ’01              Member, then Chairman (from ’00), Foundation WASTE, Gouda
    • ’98 – ’01              Trustee, Stichting de Noordzee (Foundation: The Northsea), Utrecht
  • Projects

    Ongoing & Past Projects

    55. Topic: CLIFF: Climate Change and Fossil Fuels

    CLIFF (Climate Change & Fossil Fuels) – led by Principal Investigator Prof. Joyeeta Gupta from the University of Amsterdam – is a research project funded by the European Research Council and runs for a period of five years (Nov 2021- Nov 2026). We argue that to halt climate change, the 2015 Paris Agreement implicitly requires leaving fossil fuels underground (LFFU) and coherent financial flows. This implies stranding huge amounts of fossil fuel resources and assets (worth $16-300 trillion), affecting big investors. Research is scarce on big investors, the implications for developing countries with fossil fuel resources, and how LFFU can be equitably mobilized.

    Visit the UvA CLIFF webpage for more information.

    54. Topic: New governance architecture for addressing global systemic risks, Global Challenges Foundation, Sweden

    This project supports the ongoing work of the Earth Commission on safe and just targets for humanity and the need to identify levers and actors for transformation of governance to ensure that we live within the safe and just targets. It combines conceptualization with literature review and policy analysis. The project team consists of Prof. Joyeeta Gupta, Dr. Crelis Rammelt, Dr. Joeri Scholtens, Klaudia Prodani and student assistants (Keeke van Paassen; Edie Mariner).

    53. Topic: Technical Summary of the Global Environment Outlook-6, UNEP.

    This project aimed at leading, coordinating and editing the technical summary of the Global Environment Outlook-6. This report is being published by Cambridge University Press (March 2021).

    52. Topic: *The Governance of Green and Atmospheric Water in Degrading Environments, University of Amsterdam financed, 2018-2022; project together with IBED/UVA.

    This project aims at assessing how green and atmospheric water can be governed. It is a multi-disciplinary project and is a PhD project being conducted by Sofie te Wierik and supervised by Prof. Joyeeta Gupta, Dr. Erik Cameraat and Dr. Yael Artzy Randrup.

    51. Topic: *Law and Policy on Water and the Environment, 0.2 fte detacherings project to IHE-Delft Institute for Water Education, 2018-2023.

    This project calls for teaching water and environmental law and policy and conducting relevant research on this issue, including on water diplomacy at IHE-Delft Institute for Water Education. Recent publications include an edited handbook on water (Springer 2021) and an encyclopedia on water law (Edward Elgar 2021).

    50. Topic: Leave fossil fuels underground for sustainable and inclusive development: Co-creating alternative pathways in Africa and Latin America, SDG 13, 15, 16, 2 PhDs shared with CEDLA, NWO. Projectnummer -W 07.303.104

    This project aims at analyzing how actors frame arguments in different parts of the world on leaving fossil fuels underground with a particular focus on South Africa and Ecuador. It has two PhD candidates – Arthur Rempel and Carolina Valladares Pasquel and is supervised by Prof. Barbara Hoogenboom and Prof. Joyeeta Gupta. Partners include Prof. Patrick Bond (South Africa) and Prof. Carlos Larrea (Ecuador). It also includes a team of Master’s students. A number of publications on stranded assets, pension funds and export credit agencies have been published.

    49. Topic: Governing livelihood diversification and food security, Jane Aggrey, PhD position, NUFFIC, 2017-2021

    This PhD project focuses on Reconciling Artisanal/Small-Scale Mining and Food Production in Multi-Functional Landscapes: A Case Study in Ghana.  It analyses the mining-farming nexus, combining livelihood analysis at smallholder level (the smallholder perspective) with an analysis of spatial effects at landscape level (the landscape perspective) and a review of institutional arrangements to find entry points for integrated landscape governance of the nexus (the governance perspective) with a view to generating in-depth knowledge on integrated landscape governance of the mining farming nexus. Research methods include participatory mapping, institutional and household surveys, Remote sensing and Geographic Information System. The PhD candidate is Jane Aggrey and she is supervised by Prof. Joyeeta Gupta and Dr. Mirjam Ros Tonen.

    48. Topic: Governing post-disaster recovery, Ricardo Fuentabla Fuentes, PhD position, scholarship, 2017-2020

    This PhD project focuses on post-disaster governance with an emphasis on the urban environment. It examines experiences in Chile. The PhD candidate is Ricardo Fuentes and he is supervised by Prof. Joyeeta Gupta and Dr. Hebe Verrest.

    47. Topic: Comparative groundwater governance research, Gabriela Cuadrado, post doc, EU COFUND project, UNESCO-IHE, 2017-2019.

    This post doc project focuses on comparative groundwater governance research – comparing India, Australia, and Costa Rica. The candidate is Gabriela Cuadrado and she is now working on a book manuscript.

    46. Topic: Co-Chairing UNEP’s Global Environment Outlook, UNEP, USD 30,000 for support staff, 2017-2019.

    This project involved chairing and leading the writing process of the Global Environment Outlook-6 between 2017-2020. It also involved defending the content of the policymakers summary to the Environment Assembly of Ministers at their Conference in 2020. This was the first time that the Outlook was also published by Cambridge University Press.

    45. Topic: *Law and Policy on Water and the Environment, 0,2 fte detacherings project to UNESCO-IHE first from the VU and now from the UVA since 2002-2017.

    44. Topic:* PhD proposal on transboundary water governance (Shakeel Hayat, UNESCO-IHE/UVA), NUFFIC (contract 104883) (2014-2018, EUR 85000). Expected Output: PhD Thesis.

    43. Topic:* PhD Proposal on Human right to water and sanitation (Pedi Obani, UNESCO-IHE/UVA), NUFFIC (contract CF 162/2012), (2013-2016, EUR 85000). Expected Output: PhD Thesis.

    42. Topic: * Research on ground water governance (PhD project for Kirstin Conti), UN IGRAC (United Nations International Groundwater Research Centre). (2013-2016 – EUR. 83750). Expected Output: PhD thesis.

    41. Topic:** Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation through Alternative Landuses in Rainforests of the Tropics (REDD Alert), EU FP7 (contract number 226310), (2009-2012, 380,500 + co funding 186,800). Output: Edited book plus articles.

    40. Topic: *** Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies: Supporting European Climate Policy (ADAM), EU FP7 (GOCE-018476), (2006-2009). Output: Edited Book and papers.

    39. Topic:* Institutions for Adaptation: The Capacity and Ability of the Dutch Institutional Framework to Adapt to Climate Change, Climate Changes spatial Planning Programme (2007-2010, 52,480 + matching 47,900 + the budget of the remaining four partner institutes). Output: Report and articles.

    38. Topic: Climate Proofing European Capital Flows (with Both Ends) (2010: EUR 47760), Netherlands Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment.

    37. Topic: *** Nationally Appropriate Mitigationa Actions (NAMAs) in Developing Countries: Challenges and Opportunitues, Netherlands Programme on Scientific Assessment and Policy Analysis (WAB) Climate Change (2010, EUR 47760). Output: Report.

    36. Topic:* Towards a post-2012 climate change policy: Fairness and justice in international climate negotiations, ICCO Interkerkelijke Organisatie voor Ontwikkelingssamenwerking (2007: 10,000). Output: Report and policy brief.

    35. Topic:* Engaging developing countries in climate change negotiations Study for the European Parliament Study for the European Parliament’s Temporary Committee on Climate Change (CLIM), IP/A/CLIM/IC/2007-111, Institute for European Environmental Policy (IEEP) and Ecologic (2007). Output: Report.

    34. Topic:*** Exploring the Socio-Political Dimensions of Climate Change Mitigation: Analysis of Post 2012 Perceptions of China, India, South Africa, Brazil, Russia, Mexico and the United States (2008), The Netherlands Environment Assessment Agency. Output: Report.

    33. Topic:* VIDI person oriented project: Intergovernmental and Private International Environmental Regimes: Compatibility with Good Governance, the Rule of Law and Sustainable Development, NWO, 2002-2008 (EUR 598,509). Output: 1 PhD, several papers.

    32. Topic:** Ghana (supervising 2 PhDs and coordinating curriculum development), NUFFIC, (2013). Output: 2 PhDs.

    31. Topic:* Assessment of Post 2012 Climate Policy Actions, NRP-WAB (EUR 48,418; 2005). Output: Report.

    30. Topic:* Clean and Sustainable: An Evaluation of the Contribution of the Clean Development Mechanism to Sustainable Development in Host Countries, Policy and Operations Evaluation Department (IOB), Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Hague, The Netherlands (EUR 109,460) (2007). Output: Report and paper.

    29. Topic: *** Financing Adaptation in Developing Countries: Assessing New Mechanisms, Netherlands Research Programme on Scientific Assessment and Policy Analysis for Climate Change (NRP-CC-WAB: 500102025), (2009). Output: Report and article.

    28. Topic:*** Sharing the burden of adaptation financing, Directorate General on International Cooperation (2008). Output: Report and paper.

    27. Topic: * Assessing Dangerous Climate Impacts for the Netherlands, Netherlands Research Programme on Scientific Assessment and Policy Analysis for Climate Change NRP-WAB (2005-2006). Output: Report.

    26. Topic:*** Exploring the Socio-Political Dimensions of Climate Change: Analysis of Post 2012 Perceptions of China, India, South Africa, Brazil, Mexico, Russia and the United States, The Netherlands Environment Assessment Agency (2008). Output: Report

    25. Topic: *** Differentiation in the CDM: Options and Impacts, Netherlands Research Programme on Scientific Assessment and Policy Analysis for Climate Change (NRP-WAB)/ Netherlands Environment Assessment Agency (EUR 70.000), (2006-2009). Output: Report plus article.

    24. Topic:*** Beyond Climate: Options for Broadening Climate Policy, Netherlands Research Programme on Scientific Assessment and Policy Analysis for Climate Change NRP-WAB, (2003-2004), Output: Report.

    23. Topic:** Francisco Sindico, Marie Curie Training, 2003. Output: Training of Sindico and joint publication.

    22. Topic:* Helping Operationalise article Two (HOT): A science-based policy dialogue on fair and effective ways to avoid dangerous interference with the climate system and implications for Post-Kyoto policies, Ministry of Environment (VROM, NL), 139,000, (2002-2003). Output: Report.

    21. Topic: **CLIMA – Euro-Asian research and training in climate change management, European Commission Asia-Link project (2005-2007). Output: Teaching materials.

    20. Topic:*** Options for Post-Kyoto Climate Policies and International Agreements, National Research Programme on Climate Change, (2003-2004). Output: Report.

    19. Topic: * Re-evaluation of the Netherlands Long-Term Climate Targets (NLTCT) (in English) Herijking Nederlandse lange termijn klimaatdoelen (in Nederlands), Netherlands Research Programme on Scientific Assessment and Policy Analysis for Climate Change, EUR 227,804; Institute budget 43,840, (2003-2004). Output: Paper and Report

    18. Topic: * Alternative development paths: scope for mobilising international resources for funding the development of the power sector in India, Funder: Netherlands Science Foundation: WOTRO/Indo-Dutch Programme on Alternative Development, EUR 65221 + co-funding of EUR 56,000 + Rs 2.5 million for partner (2002-2004); Output: book plus articles.

    17. Topic: ** Sustainability Labelling and Certification: Towards an Integrated Legal, Economic, Ecological and Social project, EC Fifth Framework RTD project (EVGI-CT-2000-00031) EUR 139,800; (2000-2004). Output: Book plus articles.

    16. Topic:* Assessing Dangerous Climate Impacts for the Netherlands, Scientific Assessment and Policy Analysis, Netherlands Research Programme on Scientific Assessment and Policy Analysis for Climate Change WAB 500102007, Coordinating research of 6 institutes and about 6 months work for me, Output: Report plus articles.

    15. Topic: *** International views on post-Kyoto climate policy implementation, Funder: General Energy Council (Algemene Energieraad -AER) (2001), few weeks for me. Output: report.

    14. Topic:* Person oriented project: Climate Change: Regime Development in the Context of Unequal Power Relations, National Science Foundation (NWO) (1998-2000). 2 year’s work. Output: Report and Publications.

    13. Topic: ** Strategies for EU Leadership of International Climate and Sustainability Regimes European Leadership on Climate Change, EC-DGXII, About 8 months work for me (1998-2001). Output: Edited Book, Kluwer.

    12. Topic:* Encouraging developing country participation in the climate change regime, Funder VROM, About 2 months work (1998). Output: Report.

    11. Topic: **Bridging Gaps: Enhancing Technological Collaboration on Environmentally Sound Technologies to Foster Participation and Implementation of the Climate Convention, Funder: National Research Programme on Global Air Pollution and Climate Change (project no. 95362) (2001). About 1 years work for me. Output: Report.

    10. Topic: * An Asian Dilemma: Modernising the Electricity Sector in China and India in the context of Rapid Economic Growth and the Concern for Climate Change, Netherlands National Research Programme on Air Pollution and Global Change (1997-2000), I chaired the project, and there was a year’s work for me. Output: Report and papers.

    9. Topic: **The Climate Change Convention and other Multilateral Environmental Agreements, Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2000), 1 month’s work for me. Output: Report

    8. Topic:** Preparing for the Conference on Sustainable Development (2000), Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1 months work for me. Output: Report

    7. Topic:*** Climate Options for the Long Term (COOL) Global Dialogue project, NRPCC (1995). 1months work for me, Output: Report

    6. Topic: Enhancing Policy-Making Capacity under the Framework Convention on Climate Change, EU Contract No. ENV4-CT96-0195 (DGXII-ESCY), 1996-2000, Funded 1.5 years for me, Output: Papers.

    5. Topic: International Policies to Address the Greenhouse Effect, Funder NRPCC (1995-1997), Funded last two years of my PhD, Funder IVM/VU, Output: Thesis, published by Kluwer.

    4. Topic: International Policies to Address the Greenhouse Effect, Funder NRPCC (1993-1995), Funded first two years of my PhD.

    3. Topic: Enhancing the effectiveness of research to assist international climate change policy development, Funder: NRPCC, 1995, 2-3 months for me, Output: Report

    2. Topic: Political And Practical Aspects of Joint Implementation in East and South Africa, Netherlands Ministry for Environment (1994-1996), Involving six partners in Africa and 6 months work for me Output: Book

    1. Topic: Energy Use and Carbon Dioxide Emissions in Hungary and in the Netherlands: Estimates, Comparisons, Scenarios; Contribution to the National Energy and Environmental Planning in relation to the energy climate issue, Funder: Hungarian Commission for Sustainable Development, Hungarian Ministry for Environment, Netherlands Ministry of Environment, (1993-1994), 2-3 months work for me, Output: Report.

  • Publications

    2024

    • Heras, A., & Gupta, J. (2024). Fossil fuels, stranded assets, and the energy transition in the Global South: A systematic literature review. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Climate Change, 15(1), Article e866. https://doi.org/10.1002/wcc.866

    2023

    • Bosch, H. J., & Gupta, J. (2023). The tension between state ownership and private quasi-property rights in water. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water, 10(1), Article e1621. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1002/wat2.1621 [details]
    • Grafton, R. Q., Biswas, A. K., Bosch, H., Fanaian, S., Gupta, J., Revi, A., Sami, N., & Tortajada, C. (2023). Goals, progress and priorities from Mar del Plata in 1977 to New York in 2023. Nature Water, 1(3), 230-240. https://doi.org/10.1038/s44221-023-00041-4 [details]
    • Gupta, J., & Vegelin, C. (2023). Inclusive development, leaving no one behind, justice and the sustainable development goals. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 23(2), 115-121. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10784-023-09612-y
    • Gupta, J., Liverman, D., Prodani, K., Aldunce, P., Bai, X., Broadgate, W., Ciobanu, D., Gifford, L., Gordon, C., Hurlbert, M., Inoue, C. Y. A., Jacobson, L., Kanie, N., Lade, S. J., Lenton, T. M., Obura, D., Okereke, C., Otto, I. M., Pereira, L., ... Verburg, P. H. (2023). Earth system justice needed to identify and live within Earth system boundaries. Nature Sustainability, 6(6), 630-638. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41893-023-01064-1 [details]
    • Herzog-Hawelka, J., & Gupta, J. (2023). The role of (multi)national oil and gas companies in leaving fossil fuels underground: A systematic literature review. Energy Research and Social Science, 103, Article 103194. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2023.103194
    • Kort, R., Arts, K., Antó, J. M., Berg, M. P., Cepella, G., Cole, J., van Doorn, A., van Gorp, T., Grootjen, M., Gupta, J., Hill, C., van der Heide, E., Huisman, J., Janmaat, J., O'Callaghan-Gordo, C., Mattijsen, J., Modi, T., Nowak, E., Ossebaard, H. C., ... Martens, P. (2023). Outcomes from the First European Planetary Health Congress at ARTIS, Amsterdam. Challenges, 14(4), Article 49. https://doi.org/10.3390/challe14040049
    • McDonnell, C. M., & Gupta, J. (2023). Beyond divest vs. engage: a review of the role of institutional investors in an inclusive fossil fuel phase-out. Climate Policy. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1080/14693062.2023.2261900
    • Michalak, A. M., Xia, J., Brdjanovic, D., Mbiyozo, A-N., Sedlak, D., Pradeep, T., Lall, U., Rao, N., & Gupta, J. (2023). The frontiers of water and sanitation. Nature Water, 1(1), 10-18. https://doi.org/10.1038/s44221-022-00020-1 [details]
    • Obura, D. O., DeClerck, F., Verburg, P. H., Gupta, J., Abrams, J. F., Bai, X., Bunn, S., Ebi, K. L., Gifford, L., Gordon, C., Jacobson, L., Lenton, T. M., Liverman, D., Mohamed, A., Prodani, K., Rocha, J. C., Rockström, J., Sakschewski, B., Stewart-Koster, B., ... Zimm, C. (2023). Achieving a nature- and people-positive future. One Earth, 6(2), 105-117. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oneear.2022.11.013 [details]
    • Rammelt, C. F., Gupta, J., Liverman, D., Scholtens, J., Ciobanu, D., Abrams, J. F., Bai, X., Gifford, L., Gordon, C., Hurlbert, M., Inoue, C. Y. A., Jacobson, L., Lade, S. J., Lenton, T. M., Armstrong McKay, D. I., Nakicenovic, N., Okereke, C., Otto, I. M., Pereira, L. M., ... Zimm, C. (2023). Impacts of meeting minimum access on critical earth systems amidst the Great Inequality. Nature Sustainability, 6, 212-221. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41893-022-00995-5 [details]
    • Rockström, J., Gupta, J., Qin, D., Lade, S. J., Andersen, L. S., Armstrong McKay, D. I., Bai, X., Bala, G., Bunn, S. E., Ciobanu, D., DeClerck, F., Ebi, K., Gifford, L., Gordon, C., Hasan, S., Kanie, N., Lenton, T. M., Loriani, S., Liverman, D. M., ... Zhang, X. (2023). Safe and just Earth system boundaries. Nature, 619, 102-111. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-023-06083-8

    2022

    2021

    • Bogardi, J. J., Gupta, J., Nandalal, K. D. W., Salamé, L., van Nooijen, R. R. P., Kumar, N., Tingsanchali, T., Bhaduri, A., & Kolechkina, A. G. (Eds.) (2021). Handbook of Water Resources Management: Discourses, Concepts and Examples. Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-60147-8 [details]
    • Bogardi, J. J., Tingsanchali, T., Bhaduri, A., Nandalal, K. D. W., van Nooijen, R. R. P., Gupta, J., Kolechkina, A. G., Salamé, L., & Kumar, N. (2021). Introduction and Guide to the Handbook of Water Resources Management: Discourses, Concepts and Examples. In J. J. Bogardi, J. Gupta, K. D. W. Nandalal, L. Salamé, R. R. P. van Nooijen, N. Kumar, T. Tingsanchali, A. Bhaduri, & A. G. Kolechkina (Eds.), Handbook of Water Resources Management: Discourses, Concepts and Examples (pp. 3-8). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-60147-8_1 [details]
    • Bosch, H. J., Gupta, J., & Verrest, H. (2021). A water property right inventory of 60 countries. Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental Law, 30(2), 263-274. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1111/reel.12397 [details]
    • Conti, K., & Gupta, J. (2021). Groundwater in International Law. In J. W. Dellapenna, & J. Gupta (Eds.), Water Law (pp. 142-155). (Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law; Vol. X). Edward Elgar Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781783477005.X.10 [details]
    • Cuadrado-Quesada, G., & Gupta, J. (2021). Groundwater Law at the Domestic Level. In J. W. Dellapenna, & J. Gupta (Eds.), Water Law (pp. 329-340). (Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law; Vol. X). Edward Elgar Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781783477005.X.24 [details]
    • Dellapenna, J. W., & Gupta, J. (2021). Water Law: Its Role, Shortcomings, and Potential. In J. W. Dellapenna, & J. Gupta (Eds.), Water Law (pp. 485-498). (Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law; Vol. X). Edward Elgar Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781783477005.X.36 [details]
    • Dellapenna, J. W., & Gupta, J. (Eds.) (2021). Water Law. (Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law; Vol. X). Edward Elgar Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781785369520 [details]
    • Gupta, J., & Bosch, H. (2021). Climate Change and Security. In R. Geiß, & N. Melzer (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the International Law of Global Security (pp. 548-565). (Oxford Handbooks). Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/law/9780198827276.003.0031 [details]
    • Gupta, J., & Bosch, H. J. (2021). Changing ‘Ownership’ in Water Law: Comparative Experiences in the Developing World. In J. W. Dellapenna, & J. Gupta (Eds.), Water Law (pp. 315-328). (Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law; Vol. X). Edward Elgar Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781783477005.X.23 [details]
    • Gupta, J., & Bosch, H. J. (2021). The UN Contribution to Water Law, Environment, Climate Disruption, and the Sustainable Development Goals. In J. W. Dellapenna, & J. Gupta (Eds.), Water Law (pp. 55-71). (Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law; Vol. X). Edward Elgar Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781783477005.X.5 [details]
    • Gupta, J., & Dellapenna, J. (2021). Water Law and Rights. In J. J. Bogardi, J. Gupta, K. D. W. Nandalal, L. Salamé, R. R. P. van Nooijen, N. Kumar, T. Tingsanchali, A. Bhaduri, & A. G. Kolechkina (Eds.), Handbook of Water Resources Management: Discourses, Concepts and Examples (pp. 125-143). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-60147-8_6 [details]
    • Gupta, J., & Dellapenna, J. W. (2021). The Expanding Boundaries of Water Law. In J. W. Dellapenna, & J. Gupta (Eds.), Water Law (pp. 9-19). (Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law; Vol. X). Edward Elgar Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781783477005.X.1 [details]
    • Gupta, J., & Thondoo, M. (2021). Health impact assessment legislation in developing countries: A path to sustainable development? Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental Law, 30(1), 107-117. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1111/reel.12347 [details]
    • Gupta, J., Bavinck, M., Ros-Tonen, M., Asubonteng, K., Bosch, H., van Ewijk, E., Hordijk, M., Van Leynseele, Y., Lopes Cardozo, M., Miedema, E., Pouw, N., Rammelt, C., Scholtens, J., Vegelin, C., & Verrest, H. (2021). COVID-19, poverty and inclusive development. World Development, 145, Article 105527. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.worlddev.2021.105527 [details]
    • Gupta, J., Ekins, P., & Boileau, P. (Eds.) (2021). Global Environment Outlook – GEO-6: Technical Summary. Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108627450 [details]
    • Gupta, J., Liverman, D., Bai, X., Gordon, C., Hurlbert, M., Inoue, C. Y. A., Jacobson, L., Kanie, N., Lenton, T. M., Obura, D., Otto, I. M., Okereke, C., Pereira, L., Prodani, K., Rammelt, C., Scholtens, J., Tàbara, J. D., Verburg, P. H., Gifford, L., & Ciobanu, D. (2021). Reconciling safe planetary targets and planetary justice: Why should social scientists engage with planetary targets? Earth System Governance, 10, Article 100122. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.esg.2021.100122 [details]
    • Olofsson, M., Ros-Tonen, M., Gupta, J., de Steenhuijsen Piters, B., & Van Leynseele, Y. (2021). Rethinking the divide: Exploring the interdependence between global and nested local markets. Journal of Rural Studies, 83, 60-70. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jrurstud.2021.02.018 [details]
    • Pedersen, J. S. T., Santos, F. D., van Vuuren, D., Gupta, J., Encarnaçao Coelho, R., Aparício, B. A., & Swart, R. (2021). An assessment of the performance of scenarios against historical global emissions for IPCC reports. Global Environmental Change, 66, Article 102199. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2020.102199 [details]
    • Rammelt, C. F., & Gupta, J. (2021). Inclusive is not an adjective, it transforms development: A post-growth interpretation of Inclusive Development. Environmental Science & Policy, 124, 144-155. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsci.2021.06.012 [details]
    • Rempel, A., & Gupta, J. (2021). Fossil fuels, stranded assets and COVID-19: Imagining an inclusive & transformative recovery. World Development, 146, Article 105608. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.worlddev.2021.105608 [details]
    • Scholtens, J., Johnson, D., Jentoft, S., Ros-Tonen, M., Chuenpagdee, R., Gupta, J., Kraan, M., Menon, A., & Roth, D. (2021). Forging connections, pursuing social justice: a tribute to Maarten Bavinck’s conceptual and institution-building contributions to maritime studies. Maritime Studies, 20(4), 449-458. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40152-021-00243-0 [details]
    • Thondoo, M., Rojas-Rueda, D., de Vries, D., Naraynen, N., Nieuwenhuijsen, M. J., & Gupta, J. (2021). Data for a city-level health impact assessment of urban transport in Mauritius. Data in Brief, 34, Article 106658. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2020.106658 [details]
    • te Wierik, S. A., Cammeraat, E. L. H., Gupta, J., & Artzy-Randrup, Y. A. (2021). Reviewing the Impact of Land Use and Land-Use Change on Moisture Recycling and Precipitation Patterns. Water Resources Research, 57(7), Article e2020WR029234. https://doi.org/10.1029/2020WR029234 [details]

    2020

    2019

    2018

    • Bos, K., & Gupta, J. (2018). Climate change: the risks of stranded fossil fuel assets and resources to the developing world. Third World Quarterly, 39(3), 436-453. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1080/01436597.2017.1387477 [details]
    • Cuadrado-Quesada, G., Holley, C., & Gupta, J. (2018). Groundwater governance in the Anthropocene: a close look at Costa Rica. Water Policy, 20(3), 475-489. https://doi.org/10.2166/wp.2018.158 [details]
    • Dooley, K. (Guest ed.), Gupta, J. (Guest ed.), & Patwardhan, A. (Guest ed.) (2018). Achieving 1.5 °C and Climate Justice. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 18(1), 1-152. https://link.springer.com/journal/10784/18/1/page/1 [details]
    • Dooley, K., Gupta, J., & Patwardhan, A. (2018). INEA editorial: Achieving 1.5 °C and climate justice. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 18(1), 1-9. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10784-018-9389-x [details]
    • Gupta, J. (2018). Managing Global Disruptions by Working Towards Global Constitutionalism. European Journal of Development Research, 30(2), 166-168. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1057/s41287-018-0129-4 [details]
    • Gupta, J. (2018). Sharing Our Water: Global Water Justice in the Anthropocene. In R. Boelens, T. Perreault, & J. Vos (Eds.), Water Justice (pp. 259-274). Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781316831847.017 [details]
    • Gupta, J. (Accepted/In press). Climate Change and the Future of International Order. In H. Maull (Ed.), The Future of International Order: joint research programme proposed by the German Institute for Foreign Policy and International Security (Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik)
    • Gupta, J. (Accepted/In press). Evolving North-South issues in the Anthropocene. In A. Sapat (Ed.), Handbook of Environmental Governance Routledge.
    • Gupta, J., & Arts, K. (2018). Achieving the 1.5°C Objective: Just Implementation Through a Right to (Sustainable) Development Approach. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 18(1), 11-28. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10784-017-9376-7 [details]
    • Gupta, J., & Chu, E. (2018). Inclusive Development and Climate Change: The Geopolitics of Fossil Fuel Risks in Developing Countries. African and Asian Studies, 17(1-2), 90-114. https://doi.org/10.1163/15692108-12341402 [details]
    • Lovett, G., Lambert, C., Chu, E., & Gupta, J. (2018). The Grounding for a Fossil Fuel Free World: Integrating Climate Change Education into Secondary Schools. In W. Leal Filho, E. Manolas, A. M. Azul, U. M. Azeiteiro, & H. McGhie (Eds.), Handbook of Climate Change Communication. - Vol. 2: Practice of Climate Change Communication (pp. 205-221). (Climate Change Management). Springer. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-70066-3_14 [details]
    • Schwartz, K. (Guest ed.), Gupta, J. (Guest ed.), & Tutusaus, M. (Guest ed.) (2018). Special section on Inclusive Development and Urban Water Services. Habitat International, 73, 96-140.
    • Schwartz, K., Gupta, J., & Tutusaus, M. (2018). Editorial - Inclusive Development and Urban Water Services. Habitat International, 73, 96-100. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.habitatint.2018.02.006 [details]

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    2012

    • Agyenim, J. B., & Gupta, J. (2012). IWRM and developing countries: Implementation challenges in Ghana. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth. Part A: Solid Earth and Geodesy, 47-48, 46-57. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pce.2011.06.007
    • Anokye, N. A., & Gupta, J. (2012). Reconciling IWRM and water delivery in Ghana - The potential and the challenges. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth. Part A: Solid Earth and Geodesy, 47-48, 33-45. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pce.2011.06.010
    • Bergsma, E., Gupta, J., & Jong, P. (2012). Does individual responsibility increase the adaptive capacity of society? The case of local water management in the Netherlands. Resources, conservation and recycling, 64, 13-22. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.resconrec.2012.03.006 [details]
    • Biermann, F. H. B., Abbott, K., Andresen, S., Bäckstrand, K., Bernstein, S., Betsill, M. M., Bulkeley, H., Cashore, B., Clapp, J., Folke, C., Gupta, A., Gupta, J., Haas, P. M., Jordan, A., Kanie, N., Kluvankova-Oravska, T., Lebel, L., Liverman, D., Meadowcroft, J., ... Zondervan, R. (2012). Transforming governance and institutions for global sustainability: key insights from the Earth System Governance Project. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 4(1), 51-60. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cosust.2012.01.014
    • Biermann, F., Abbott, K., Andresen, S., Bäckstrand, K., Bernstein, S., Betsill, M. M., Bulkeley, H., Cashore, B., Clapp, J., Folke, C., Gupta, A., Gupta, J., Haas, P. M., Jordan, A., Kanie, N., Kluvankova-Oravska, T., Lebel, L., Liverman, D., Meadowcroft, J., ... Zondervan, R. (2012). Navigating the Anthropocene: Improving Earth System Governance. Science, 335, 1306-1307. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.1217255
    • Carvalho, A., & Gupta, J. (2012). State Commitment to Promoting Public Participation. In A. Calvalho, & T. R. Peterson (Eds.), Climate Change Politics: Communication and Public Engagement (pp. 123-161). Cambria Press. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/41749
    • Gupta, J. (2012). Changing North-South Challenges in Global Environmental Politics. In P. Dauvergne (Ed.), Handbook Of Global Environmental Politics (2nd ed., pp. 97-112). Edward Elgar. http://www.e-elgar.co.uk/bookcentry_main.lasso?id=14274
    • Gupta, J. (2012). Global Energy Governance in the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities. In M. Amineh, & Yang Guang (Eds.), Secure Oil and Alternative Energy: The Geopolitics of Energy Paths of China and the European Union (pp. 427-448). (International Comparative Social Studies; 27). Brill. http://www.brill.com/secure-oil-and-alternative-energy
    • Gupta, J. (2012). Glocal forest and REDD+ governance: win-win or lose-lose? Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 4(6), 620-627. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cosust.2012.09.014
    • Gupta, J. (2012). Negotiating Challenges and Climate Change. Climate Policy, 12(5), 630-644. https://doi.org/10.1080/14693062.2012.693392
    • Gupta, J. (2012). The Global Governance of Climate Change, Water, Forests and Food: Normative Challenges. In T. Potthast, & S. Meisch (Eds.), Climate change and sustainable development: Ethical perspectives on land use and food production (pp. 29-34). Wageningen Academic Publishers. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/41749
    • Gupta, J., & Sanchez, N. (2012). Global Green Governance: Embedding the Green Economy in a Global Green and Equitable Rule of Law Polity. Review of European Community & International Environmental Law, 21(1), 12-22. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-9388.2012.00739.x
    • Gupta, J., Bastakoti, R. C., & Li, H. (2012). Mekong-Lancang River. In J. Campbell, J. Liu, & S. Pellissery (Eds.), The Encyclopaedia of Sustainability, China, India and East and Southeast Asia: Assessing Sustainability (pp. 247-250). (The Encyclopaedia of Sustainability; 7). Berkshire Publishing. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/41748
    • van der Grijp, N., Bergsma, E., & Gupta, J. (2012). The Dutch focus: a Delta Act for climate adaptation. In M. Peeters, M. Stallworthy, & J. de Cendra de Larragan (Eds.), Climate law in EU member states: towards national legislation for climate protection (pp. 312-328). (New horizons in environmental and energy law). Edward Elgar. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781781002780.00024 [details]

    2011

    • Bakker, S. J. A., Haug, C. C., van Asselt, H. D., Gupta, J., & Saidi, M. A. R. (2011). The future of the CDM: same same, but differentiated? Climate Policy, 11(1), 752-767. https://doi.org/10.3763/cpol.2009.0035
    • Gupta, J. (2011). Climate change: a GAP analysis based on third world approaches to international law. In T. Giegerich, & A. Proelss (Eds.), German Yearbook of International Law, Vol. 53 (pp. 341-370). (German Yearbook of International Law). Duncker & Humblot. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/41018
    • Gupta, J. (2011). Developing Countries: Trapped in the web of sustainable development governance: Performance, Legal Effects and Legitimacy. In O. Dilling, M. Herberg, & G. Winter (Eds.), Transnational Administrative Rule-Making; Performance, Legal Effects and Legitimacy (pp. 305-330). Hart Publishing. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/41018
    • Gupta, J. (2011). The current status of the human right to water. In The right to water and water rights in a changing world, Colloquium papers (pp. 47-54). Alliance for UPEACE, The Netherlands National Committee IHP-HWRP, Netherlands National Commission for UNESCO, UNESCO-IHE, co-operative programme on water and climate. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/35328
    • Kuik, O. J., Bastos Lima, M. G., & Gupta, J. (2011). Energy security in a developing world. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Climate Change, 2(4), 627-634. https://doi.org/10.1002/wcc.118
    • Pahl-Wostl, C., Nilsson, C., Gupta, J., & Tockner, K. (2011). Societal learning needed to face the water challenge. Ambio, 40(5), 549-553. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13280-011-0149-1
    • Sanchez, N., & Gupta, J. (2011). Recent changes in the Nile Region may create an opportunity for a more equitable sharing of the Nile River Waters. Netherlands International Law Review, 58(3), 363-385. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0165070X11300034
    • van Asselt, H. D., Haug, C. C., de Bakker, S., & Gupta, J. (2011). Differentiation in the CDM: Options and challenges. In M. A. Mehling, A. Merrill, & K. Upston-Hooper (Eds.), Implementing the clean development mechanism: Legal and institutional challenges (pp. 27-48). Lexxion. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/41018

    2010

    • Agyenim, J. B., & Gupta, J. (2010). The Evolution of Ghana’s Water Law and Policy. Review of European Community & International Environmental Law, 19(3), 339-350. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/45498
    • Biermann, F., Betsill, M. M., Gupta, J., Kanie, N., Lebel, L., Liverman, D., Schroeder, H., Siebenhüner, B., & Zondervan, R. (2010). Earth system governance: A research framework. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 10(4), 277-298. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10784-010-9137-3
    • Biermann, F., Betsill, M. M., Vieira, S. C., Gupta, J., Kanie, N., Lebel, L., Liverman, D., Schroeder, H., Siebenhüner, B., Yanda, P. Z., & Zondervan, R. (2010). Navigating the anthropocene: the Earth System Governance Project strategy paper. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 2(3), 202-208. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cosust.2010.04.005
    • Gupta, J. (2010). A history of international climate change policy. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Climate Change, 1(5), 636-653. https://doi.org/10.1002/wcc.67
    • Gupta, J. (2010). Climate change and shifting paradigms. In D. French (Ed.), Global justice and sustainability (pp. 167-185). Brill. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/24487
    • Gupta, J. (2010). From Rio to Copenhagen: from consensus to conflict? Amsterdam Law Forum, 2(2), 93-98. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/39209
    • Gupta, J. (2010). Global governance: development cooperation. In J. Gupta, & N. M. van der Grijp (Eds.), Mainstreaming climate change in development cooperation: Theory, practice and implications for the European Union (pp. 99-132). Cambridge University Press. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/39209
    • Gupta, J. (2010). Mainstreaming climate change: A theoretical exploration. In J. Gupta, & N. M. van der Grijp (Eds.), Mainstreaming climate change in development cooperation: Theory, practice and implications for the European Union (pp. 67-95). Cambridge University Press. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/39209
    • Gupta, J., & Ahlers, R. (2010). South Asia: Climate Change and Water Challenges. South Asian Journal, 28, 6-13. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/45496
    • Gupta, J., & Lebel, L. (2010). Access and allocation in earth system governance: Water and climate change compared. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 10(4), 377-395. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10784-010-9139-1
    • Gupta, J., & Thompson, M. (2010). Development and development cooperation theory. In J. Gupta, & N. M. van der Grijp (Eds.), Mainstreaming climate change in development cooperation: Theory, practice and implications for the European Union (pp. 33-66). Cambridge University Press. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/24487
    • Gupta, J., & van der Grijp, N. M. (2010). Climate change, development and development cooperation. In J. Gupta, & N. M. van der Grijp (Eds.), Mainstreaming climate change in development cooperation: Theory, practice and implications for the European Union (pp. 3-30). Cambridge University Press. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/24487
    • Gupta, J., & van der Grijp, N. M. (2010). Prospects for mainstreaming climate change in development cooperation. In J. Gupta, & N. M. van der Grijp (Eds.), Mainstreaming climate change in development cooperation: Theory, practice and implications for the European Union (pp. 303-343). Cambridge University Press. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/45496
    • Gupta, J., Ahlers, R., & Ahmed, L. (2010). The Human Right to Water: Moving Toward Consensus in a Fragmented World. Review of European Community & International Environmental Law, 19(3), 294-305. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/45498
    • Gupta, J., Persson, Å., Olsson, L., Linnerooth-Bayer, J., van der Grijp, N. M., Jerneck, A., Klein, R. J. T., Thompson, M., & Patt, A. (2010). Mainstreaming climate change in development co-operation policy: conditions for success. In M. Hulme, & H. Neufeldt (Eds.), Making climate change work for us: European perspectives on adaptation and mitigation strategies (pp. 319-339). Cambridge University Press. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/39209
    • Gupta, J., Termeer, C., Klostermann, J., Meijerink, S., van den Brink, M., Jong, P., Nooteboom, S., & Bergsma, E. (2010). The Adaptive Capacity Wheel: a method to assess the inherent characteristics of institutions to enable the adaptive capacity of society. Environmental Science and Policy, 13(6), 459-471. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsci.2010.05.006
    • Gupta, J., van Asselt, H. D., & van Drunen, M. A. (2010). Global governance: climate cooperation. In J. Gupta, & N. M. van der Grijp (Eds.), Mainstreaming climate change in development cooperation: Theory, practice and implications for the European Union (pp. 134-168). Cambridge University Press. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/39209
    • Mwinjaka, O., Gupta, J., & Bresser, T. (2010). Adaptation strategies of the poorest farmers in drought-prone Gujarat. Climate and Development, 2(4), 346-363. https://doi.org/10.3763/cdev.2010.0058
    • van Asselt, H. D., & Gupta, J. (2010). Incorporating climate change in EU member states' development cooperation. In J. Gupta, & N. M. van der Grijp (Eds.), Mainstreaming climate change in development cooperation: Theory, practice and implications for the European Union (pp. 206-252). Cambridge University Press. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/39209
    • van der Grijp, N. M., & Gupta, J. (2010). The need for climate assistance. In J. Gupta, & N. M. van der Grijp (Eds.), Mainstreaming climate change in development cooperation: Theory, practice and implications for the European Union (pp. 255-280). Cambridge University Press. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/45498
    • van der Grijp, N. M., & Gupta, J. (2010). The supply of aid and the need-supply nexus. In J. Gupta, & N. M. van der Grijp (Eds.), Mainstreaming climate change in development cooperation: Theory, practice and implications for the European Union (pp. 281-299). Cambridge University Press. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/45498

    2009

    • Cullet, P., & Gupta, J. (2009). Evolution of Water Law and Policy in India. In J. W. Dellapenna, & J. Gupta (Eds.), The Evolution of the Law and Politics of water (pp. 157-174). Springer Verlag. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/44965
    • Dellink, R. B., den Elzen, M., Aiking, H., Bergsma, E. J., Berkhout, F. G. H., Dekker, T., & Gupta, J. (2009). Sharing the burden of financing adaptation to climate change. Global Environmental Change, 19(4), 411-421. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2009.07.009
    • Gupta, J. (2009). Climate Change and development (Cooperation). In M. Salih (Ed.), Sustainable Development: New Challenges for Poverty Reduction (pp. 94-108). Edward Elgar. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/45498
    • Gupta, J. (2009). Climate Change, Development and Evaluation: Can Flexibility Instruments Promote Sustainable Development. In R. D. van den Berg, & O. S. Feinstein (Eds.), Evaluating Climate Change and Development (pp. 47-64). (World Bank Series on Development; Volume 8). Transaction Publishers. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/45498
    • Gupta, J. (2009). Climate change and development cooperation: Trends and Questions. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 1(2), 1-7. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cosust.2009.07.009
    • Gupta, J. (2009). Driving Forces Around Global Fresh Water Governance. In D. Huitema, & S. Meijerink (Eds.), Water Policy entrepreneurs. A Research Companion to the Water Transitions around the Globe (pp. 37-57). Edward Elgar. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/44965
    • Gupta, J. (2009). Understanding the Global Catch-22 is Critical to Integrating Developing Country Interests Into the Global Climate Regime. In M. Rodi, & M. A. Mehling (Eds.), Bridging the Divide in Global Climate Policy: Strategies for Enhanced Participation and Integration (pp. 63-79). Der Juristische Verlag, Lexxion. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/24082
    • Gupta, J., & Dellapenna, J. (2009). The Challenges for the Twenty First Century: A Critical Approach. In J. W. Dellapenna, & J. Gupta (Eds.), The Evolution of the Law and Politics of Water (pp. 391-410). Springer Verlag. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/24082
    • Gupta, J., & Ivanova, A. (2009). Global energy efficiency governance in the context of climate politics. Energy Efficiency, 2(4), 339-352. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12053-008-9036-4
    • Gupta, J., & Zaag, P. (2009). The Politics of Water Science: On Unresolved Water Problems and Biased Research Agendas. Global Environmental Politics, 9(2), 14-23. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/24082
    • Klijn, A., Gupta, J., & Nijboer, A. (2009). Privatizing Environmental Resources: The Need for Supervision of Clean Development Mechanism Contracts? Review of European Community & International Environmental Law, 18(2), 172-184. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/31973
    • van Asselt, H. D., & Gupta, J. (2009). Stretching too far: Developing countries and the role of flexibility mechanisms beyond Kyoto. Stanford Environmental Law Journal, 28(2), 311-378. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/24082
    • van der Zaag, P., Gupta, J., & Darvis, L. P. (2009). HESS Opinions "Urgent water challenges are not sufficiently researched". Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 13(6), 905-912. https://doi.org/10.5194/hess-13-905-2009

    2008

    • Dellapenna, J., & Gupta, J. (2008). Towards global law on water. Global Governance, 14(4), 437-453. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/23299
    • Gupta, J. (2008). Climate governance post Bali: Signs of hope. In V. Grover (Ed.), Global warming, climate change: Kyoto - Ten years and still counting (pp. 969-984). Oxford Books and IBS / Science Publishers. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/24082
    • Gupta, J. (2008). Global change: Analysing scale and scaling in environmental governance. In O. R. Young, H. Schroeder, & L. A. King (Eds.), Institutions and environmental change: Principal findings, applications, and research frontiers (pp. 225-258). MIT Press. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/49274
    • Gupta, J., & Zaag, P. (2008). Interbasin water transfers and integrated water resources management: Where engineering, science and politics interlock. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth. Part A: Solid Earth and Geodesy, 33(1-2), 28-40. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pce.2007.04.003
    • Gupta, J., van Beukering, P. J. H., van Asselt, H. D., Brander, L. M., Hess, S. M., & de Leeuw, K. (2008). Flexibility mechanisms and sustainable development: Lessons from five AIJ projects. Climate Policy, 8(3), 261-276. https://doi.org/10.3763/cpol.2007.0463
    • Kuik, O., Aerts, J., Berkhout, F., Biermann, F., Bruggink, J., Gupta, J., & Tol, R. S. J. (2008). Post-2012 climate change policy dilemmas: A review of proposals. Climate Policy, 8(3), 317-336. https://doi.org/10.3763/cpol.2007.0333
    • Pahl-Wostl, C., Gupta, J., & Petry, D. (2008). Governance and the global water system: A theoretical exploration. Global Governance, 14(4), 419-435. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/49274
    • Zaag, P., & Gupta, J. (2008). Scale issues in the governance of water storage projects. Water Resources Research, 44, Article W10417. https://doi.org/10.1029/2007WR006364
    • van Beukering, P. J. H., van Asselt, H. D., & Gupta, J. (2008). Contribution of AIJ projects to sustainable development: A Dutch case study. joint implementation quarterly, 13(4), 5-6.

    2023

    2021

    2020

    • Gupta, J. (2020). Celebrating INEA’s authors and editors. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 20(1), 1-4. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10784-020-09470-y
    • Gupta, J., & Lebel, L. (2020). Editorial Access and Allocation in Earth System Governance. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 20(2), 197-201. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10784-020-09485-5 [details]
    • Schmeier, S., & Gupta, J. (2020). The principle of no significant harm in international water law. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 20(4), 597-600. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10784-020-09517-0 [details]
    • te Wierik, S. A., Cammeraat, L. H., Gupta, J., & Artzy-Randrup, Y. A. (2020). Reviewing moisture recycling dynamics: implications of land use change on green and atmospheric water. (1 ed.) Earth and Space Science Open Archive. https://doi.org/10.1002/essoar.10505203.1

    2019

    2017

    • Zwarteveen, M., Kemerink-Seyoum, J. S., Kooy, M., Evers, J., Acevedo Guerrero, T., Batubara, B., Biza, A., Boakye-Ansah, A., Faber, S., Cabrera Flamini, A., Cuadrado-Quesada, G., Fantini, E., Gupta, J., Hasan, S., ter Horst, R., Jamali, H., Jaspers, F., Obani, P., Schwartz, K., ... Wesselink, A. (2017). Engaging with the politics of water governance. Wires Water, 4(6), Article e01245. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1002/wat2.1245 [details]

    2016

    • Gupta, J. (2016). Ecospace and constitutionalism as a way to counter the threat of hegemony and securitization. In M. Bartl, & E. Tauschinsky (Eds.), Knowledge, Power and Law: Beyond the State (pp. 29-32). (Amsterdam Law School Legal Studies Research Paper; No. 2016-08), (Postnational Rulemaking Working Paper; No. 2016-03). University of Amsterdam. [details]
    • Pahl-Wostl, C., Bhaduri, A., & Gupta, J. (Eds.) (2016). Handbook on water security. Edward Elgar. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781782548010 [details]

    2015

    2014

    2013

    2012

    • Gupta, J. (2012). An essay on global water governance and research challenges. In M. R. van der Valk, & P. Keenan (Eds.), Principles of good governance at different water governance levels (pp. 5-12). UNESCO-IHE. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/36358
    • Gupta, J., & Sanchez, N. (2012). Elaborating the common but different responsibilities principle: Experiences in the WTO. (Legal Working Paper). International Development Law Organization. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/41750

    2011

    • Biermann, F., Abbott, K., Andresen, S., Bäckstrand, K., Bernstein, S., Betsill, M. M., Bulkeley, H., Cashore, B., Clapp, J., Folke, C., Gupta, A., Gupta, J., Haas, P. M., Jordan, A., Kanie, N., Kluvánková-Oravská, T., Lebel, L., Liverman, D., Meadowcroft, J., ... Zondervan, R. (2011). Transforming governance and institutions for a Planet under Pressure: Revitalizing the institutional framework for global sustainability-Key insights from social science research (one of nine policy briefs produced by the scientific community to inform the 2012 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development and commissioned by the international conference "Planet under Pressure: New Knowledge Towards Solutions". (Earth System Governance Working Paper 17; 3). Earth System Governance Project. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/38029
    • Brondizio, E., Elmqvist, T., Gupta, J., Leadley, P., Nagendra, H., Padoch, C., Pereira, H., Perrings, C., Reyers, B., Scholes, R., Spirenburg, M., & Yahara, T. (2011). International science workshop on assessments for IPBES. United Nations University, Tokyo, Japan. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/33493
    • Dellapenna, J. W., & Gupta, J. (2011). A book conversation with the editors and a reviewer. Law and water governance: past, present, and future. Water International, 36(3), 398-401. https://doi.org/10.1080/02508060.2011.588785

    2010

    • Douma, A., Wiertsema, W., Dias, I., van der Grijp, N. M., & Gupta, J. (2010). Climate Proofing European Capital Flows. (BothENDS Briefing Paper). Both Ends. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/48324
    • Gupta, J., & van der Grijp, N. (2010). Mainstreaming climate change in development cooperation: theory, practice and implications for the European Union. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
    • Gupta, J., Bergsma, E. J., & Haug, C. C. (2010). Forest Policy Options - Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation Through Alternative Land uses in Rainforests of the Tropics. (IVM Report; W-10/023). Instituut voor Milieuvraagstukken, Vrije Universiteit. http://hdl.handle.net/2066/86773
    • Gupta, J., Termeer, K., Bergsma, E. J., Biesbroek, G. R., van den Brink, M., Klostermann, J., Meijerink, S., & Nootebooms, S. (2010). How Dutch institutions enhance the adaptive capacity of society. (IVM Report; R-10/009). Institute for Environmental Studies. http://hdl.handle.net/2066/86773
    • Haug, C. C., van Asselt, H. D., & Gupta, J. (2010). A Graphical Overview of the Architecture of Global Forest Governance. (IVM Report; W-10/007). Institute for Environmental Studies, Vrije Universiteit. http://www.redd-alert.eu/Deliverables%20reports
    • Klostermann, J., Bergsma, E. J., Gupta, J., & de Jong, P. (2010). Applying the adaptive capacity wheel on the background document of the content analysis. (IVM Report; W-10/008). Instituut voor Milieuvraagstukken, Vrije Universiteit. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/48324
    • Klostermann, J., Gupta, J., de Jong, P., & Bergsma, E. J. (2010). Institutions for climate adaptation: An inventory of institutions of the Netherlands that are relevant for climate change. (IVM Report; W-10/019). Institute for Environmental Studies, Vrije Universiteit. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/48328
    • Meijerink, S., Bergsma, E. J., van den Brink, M., Gupta, J., de Jong, P., Klostermann, J., & Termeer, K. (2010). Cross case analysis of institutions and adaptive capacity in the Netherlands. Do institutions for spatial planning, water and nature management in The Netherlands enhance the capacity of society to adapt to climate change? (IVM Report; W-10/016). Institute for Environmental Studies, Vrije Universiteit. http://www.bothends.org/uploaded_files/Briefing_Paper_Climate-2.pdf
    • van Asselt, H. D., Berseus, J., Gupta, J., & Haug, C. C. (2010). Nationally appropriate mitigation actions (NAMAs) in developing countries: Challenges and opportunities. (Climate Change; Scientific Assessment and Policy Analysis WAB 500102035). PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/48328
    • van Asselt, H. D., Gupta, J., & Haug, C. C. (2010). Report on the interlinkages between forestry-related regimes. (IVM Report; W-10/014). Institute for Environmental Studies, Vrije Universiteit. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/49272

    2009

    • Bakker, S. J., van Asselt, H. D., Haug, C. C., Gupta, J., & Saïdi, R. (2009). Differentiation in the CDM: options and impacts. (WAB Report; 500102 023). Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/49272
    • Bergsma, E. J., Gupta, J., & de Jong, P. T. (2009). IC12: Institutions for Climate Change - Case study on individual responsibility in adaptive capacity - Working Document 7. (IVM Report; W-09/10). Instituut voor Milieuvraagstukken. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/48336
    • Biermann, F., Betsill, M., Gupta, J., Kani, N., Lebel, L., Liverman, D., Schroeder, H., & Siebenhüner, B. (2009). Earth System Governance: People, Places and the Planet. Science and Implementation Plan of the Earth System Governance Project. (IHDP Report; No. 20). Bonn. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/49272
    • Dellapenna, J. W., & Gupta, J. (2009). The evolution of the law and politics of water. Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4020-9867-3
    • Dellapenna, J., & Gupta, J. (2009). Introduction. In J. Dellapenna, & J. Gupta (Eds.), The Evolution of the Law and Politics of Water (pp. 3-20). Springer. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/48336
    • Dellink, R. B., den Elzen, M., Aiking, H., Bergsma, E. J., Berkhout, F. G. H., Dekker, T., & Gupta, J. (2009). Common-But-Differentiated-Responsibilities for adaptation financing: An assessment of the contributions of countries. (IVM Report; I-09/03). Instituut voor Milieuvraagstukken. http://www.ivm.vu.nl/en/Images/32A169AD-DA4C-4F48-9E47ADFE83128688_tcm53-80955.pdf
    • Dellink, R. B., den Elzen, M., Aiking, H., Bergsma, E. J., Berkhout, F. G. H., Dekker, T., & Gupta, J. (2009). Sharing the burden of adaptation financing: An assessment of the contributions of countries. (FEEM Nota di Lavoro; 59.2009). Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/48336
    • Hulme, M., Boykoff, M. T., Gupta, J., Heyd, T., Jaeger, J. J., Jamieson, D., Lemos, M. F. L., O'Brien, K., Robberts, T., Rockström, J., & Vogel, C. (2009). Conference Covered Climate from All Angles. Science, 324(5929), 881-882. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.324_881
    • Klostermann, J., Bergsma, E. J., Gupta, J., & de Jong, P. T. (2009). Applying the Adaptive Capacity Wheel on the Background Document of the Content Analysis - IC 12 Institutions for Adaptation, Working Document 6a. (IVM Report; W-09/11). Instituut voor Milieuvraagstukken. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/49272
    • Klostermann, J., de Jong, P. T., Gupta, J., & Biesbroek, R. (2009). Het 'adaptieve vermogen' van het ontwerp Nationaal Waterplan - In hoeverre bevordert het ontwerp Nationaal Waterplan het vermogen van de Nederlandse samenleving om zich aan te passen aan klimaatverandering? (IVM Report; W-09/09). Instituut voor Milieuvraagstukken. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/48332
    • Nootebooms, S., Gupta, J., Termeer, K., Klostermann, J., Meijerink, S., van den Brink, M. C. L., de Jong, P. T., & Biesbroek, R. (2009). IC12 Werkdocument 4 - Bijeenkomst IC12-team "Instituties voor adaptatie", 4 maart 2009, Academiegebouw Utrecht. (IVM Report; W-09/06). Instituut voor Milieuvraagstukken. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/48336
    • van Drunen, M. A., Bouwer, L. M., Dellink, R. B., Gupta, J., Massey, E. E., & Pauw, W. P. (2009). Financing Adaptation in Developing Countries - Assessing New Mechanisms. (IVM Report; W-09/02). Instituut voor Milieuvraagstukken. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/48332

    2008

    • Dellink, R. B., Dekker, T., den Elzen, M., Aiking, H., Peters, J., Gupta, J., Bergsma, E. J., & Berkhout, F. G. H. (2008). Sharing the burden of adaptation financing - Translating ethical principles into practical policy. (IVM Report; R-08/05). Vrije Universiteit & Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/20940
    • Gupta, J. (2008). Engaging developing countries in climate change negotiations. Institute for European Environmental Policy (IEEP) and Ecology. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/48336
    • Gupta, J. (2008). Global water and climate governance: Implications for the EU with respect to developing countries. In The European Union and world sustainable development: Visions of leading policymakers and academics (pp. 31-40). European Commission, Educational and Culture DG. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/48336
    • Gupta, J., & van der Grijp, N. M. (2008). Climate change and development cooperation policy: working document. European Union. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/48336
    • Gupta, J., Termeer, K., Klostermann, J., Meijerink, S., van den Brink, M., de Jong, P., & Nooteboom, S. (2008). Institutions for climate change - A method to assess the inherent characteristics of institutions to enable the adaptive capacity of society. (IVM Report; W-08/21). Instituut voor Milieuvraagstukken, Vrije Universiteit. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/48320
    • Gupta, J., Termeer, K., van den Brink, M., Klostermann, J., Veldhuizen, F., van der Grijp, N. M., de Jong, P., Meijerink, S., Nooteboom, S., & Bergsma, E. J. (2008). Institutions for adaptation: The capacity and ability of the Dutch institutional framework to adapt to climate change. (IVM Report; W-08/03). Instituut voor Milieuvraagstukken, Vrije Universiteit. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/48336
    • Gupta, J., van Beukering, P. J. H., van der Gaast, W., & de Jong, P. T. (2008). Evaluating the contribution of Netherlands’ AIJ and CDM projects to sustainable development in the host countries. (Report No.; 310). Policy and Operations Evaluation Department (IOB), Ministry of Foreign Affairs. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/48336
    • Mwinjaka, O., Gupta, J., & Bresser, T. H. M. (2008). Adaptation strategies of the poorest farmers in drought prone Gujarat. (WaterMill Working Paper Series 2008; no. 17). UNESCO-IHE. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/48336
    • Pahl-Wostl, C., Gupta, J., & Petry, D. (2008). Introduction: Global Governance of Water. Global Governance, 14(4), 405-407. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/48320
    • de Gier, A. A. J., Gupta, J., & van Rijswijk, M. (2008). State of the Art Assessment of the Legal and Policy Literature on Adaptation to Climate Change: Towards a Research Agenda. Kennis voor Klimaat. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/20940
    • van Asselt, H. D., Berghuis, J. H., Biermann, F., Cornelisse, C., Haug, C. C., Gupta, J., & Massey, E. E. (2008). Exploring the socio-political dimensions of climate change mitigation - Analysis of post-2012 perceptions of China, India, South Africa, Brazil, Russia, Mexico and the United States. (IVM Report; W-08/18). Instituut voor Milieuvraagstukken - Vrije Universiteit. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/49274

    2023

    2018

    • Romero-Lankao, P., Bulkely, H., Pelling, M., Burch, S., Gordon, D. J., Gupta, J., Johnson, G., Kurian, P., Lecavalier, E., Simon, D., Tozer, L., Ziervogel, G., & Munshi, D. (2018). Urban transformative potential in a changing climate. Nature Climate Change, 8, 754-756. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41558-018-0264-0 [details]

    2016

    2014

    2013

    2011

    • Gupta, J. (2011). Communicating climate change to the wider public [Review of: B. Metz (2010) Controlling climate change]. Climate Policy, 11(1), 834-835. https://doi.org/10.3763/cpol.2009.0686
    • Gupta, J. (2011). [Review of: L.A. German, A. Karsenty (2010) Governing Africa's forests in a globalized world]. Review of European Community & International Environmental Law, 20(1), 101-102. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-9388.2011.00711.x

    2010

    • Gupta, J. (2010). Review of: P. Cullet (2009) Water law, poverty, and development : water sector reforms in India. Review of European Community & International Environmental Law, 19(1), 127-128. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-9388.2010.00670_1.x
    • Shrestha, R. K., Ahlers, R., Bakker, M., & Gupta, J. (2010). Institutional dysfunction and challenges in flood control: A case study of the Kosi Flood 2008. Economic & Political Weekly, 45(2), 45-53. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/31874

    2012

    • Haug, C. C., van Asselt, H. D., & Gupta, J. (2012). Untangling the web of global forest governance: a first step for analyzing regime complexity. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/31827

    2012

    2011

    2010

    2009

    • Bergsma, E. J., Gupta, J., & de Jong, P. T. (2009). Climate Change and Individual Responsibility in Adaptive Capacity: Case of the Netherlands. Amsterdam/Volendam. http://hdl.handle.net/1871/49272

    Prize / grant

    Membership / relevant position

    • Gupta, J. (2015-2016). Member of the steering committee, CGIAR (Global Agricultural Research Partnership) Research programme on Forests, Trees and Agroforestry.
    • Gupta, J. (2013-2016). Member of the advisory and supervision committee, Knowledge collection and research department, National Commission on Sustainable Development (NCDO).
    • Gupta, J. (2013-2016). Member, NWO-IIASA committee.
    • Gupta, J. (2011-2015). Member of the climate change committee, International Law Association, London, UK.
    • Gupta, J. (2011-2015). Vice-president, Commissie Ontwikkelingssamenwerking (COS).
    • Gupta, J. (2011-2015). Member, Adviesraad Internationale Vraagstukken (AIV).

    Media appearance

    Journal editor

    • Gupta, J. (editor) (2015). International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics (Journal).

    Talk / presentation

    • Gupta, J. (speaker) (18-1-2023). Speaker at World Economic Forum 2023 - Leading the Charge through Earth's New Normal, World economic form. https://www.weforum.org/events/world-economic-forum-annual-meeting-2023/sessions/leading-the-charge-through-earths-new-normal
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (11-12-2019). The meaning of academic practice in times of ecological crises, UvA/Spui 25.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (4-12-2019). Moving Beyond the Global Environment Outlook-6: Towards Sustainability, Paradigms, Models, Scenarios and Practices for strong sustainability, Clermont-Ferrand.
    • Gupta, J. (speaker) (8-11-2019). Presentation on the main findings of GEO-6, GEO-6 at the Earth System Governance Network Annual Meeting, Oaxaca.
    • Gupta, J. (speaker) (17-9-2019). Revisiting Garrett Hardin. The Tragedy of Inequality in the Global Commons.. https://aissr.uva.nl/content/events/lectures/2019/09/revisiting-garrett-hardin.html
    • Gupta, J. (speaker) (9-2019). Talkshow Nederland in de strijd tegen klimaatverandering: wat moeten we vooral niet en vooral wél doen?, Briefing: De vergeten tafel: Klimaattafel Internationaal, Amsterdam.
    • Gupta, J. (speaker) (7-2019). Soroptimists Enable A Sustainable World: Global Connections, Empowered Women, 21st Soroptimist International Convention, Kuala Lumpur.
    • Gupta, J. (speaker) (7-2019). An Inclusive Development Perspective on Development Studies in the Anthropocene, Environment and Transformation: New Focus points of Development Studies in the Anthropocene, Bonn.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (6-2019). Healthy Planet, Healthy People - The Implications for The Global Community, 8th International Symposium on Non-CO2 Greenhouse Gases (NCGG8), Amsterdam.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (16-5-2019). Healthy Planet, Healthy People: what can cross-disciplinary research contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals?, VU Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. https://agci.vu.nl/en/news-agenda/agenda/2019/official-opening-asi.aspx
    • Gupta, J. (speaker) (24-4-2019). Speech on New Research in Climate Change, London International Development Centre - LIDC. https://m.facebook.com/LIDCUK/photos/a.10152959828611508/10156887425271508/?type=3&source=54
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (11-4-2019). Climate Action, Social Entrepreneurship Lab|Hogeschool van Amsterdam (AUAS).
    • Daamen, N. (speaker), Tennant-Green, G. (speaker) & Gupta, J. (speaker) (7-11-2018). Investing and divesting in Fossil Fuels: Pension Funds in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom, Earth System Governance Conference.
    • Hermann, B. (speaker), Burrows, L. (speaker), Legg, V. (speaker) & Gupta, J. (speaker) (7-11-2018). Development Cooperation and Fossil Fuels: The case of US, UK and German aid to India, in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom, Earth System Governance Conference.
    • Gupta, J. (speaker), Perch, L. (speaker), Dankelman, I. (speaker), Seager, J. (speaker), Scholtens, J. (speaker), Mullaney, E. (speaker), Sándor, F. (speaker) & Jones, M. (speaker) (6-11-2018). Re-imagining DPSIR from an equity and inclusive development perspective, Earth System Governance Conference.
    • Gupta, J. (speaker) (5-11-2018). Towards a theory on Access and Allocation in Earth System Governance, in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom, Earth System Governance Conference.
    • Gupta, J. (speaker) (17-9-2018). Sharing Our Earth: How Climate Change and Other Ecosystem Services Relate to Development, Opening Event 2018: Graduation of The Institute of Development Studies (IOB) at UAntwerp , Antwerp.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (25-6-2018). Water, Food and Climate Change SDGs, 2nd Conference of the Centre for Sustainable Development Studies on Critical Perspectives on Governance by Sustainable Development Goals: Water, Food and Climate.
    • Gupta, J. (speaker) (7-4-2018). Debating Beyond Planetary Boundaries, A Struggle for Peace Festival, Utrecht.
    • Gupta, J. (speaker) (6-3-2018). Achieving the SDGs: building on interlinkages among goals, SDGs and International Law, Wilton Park.
    • Gupta, J. (speaker) (22-2-2018). Global Environmental Outlook: Key Findings and Messages, UN Environment meeting, Singapore.
    • Gupta, J. (speaker) (19-2-2018). Global Environmental Outlook: Towards Coherence and Clarity, UN Environment meeting, Singapore.
    • Gupta, J. (speaker) (24-1-2018). Climate and Transboundary Water Issues, UNESCO Transboundary Water Resource Management – For Water Professionals from Afghanistan and Iran, Paris.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (6-12-2017). Sharing Our Earth: SDGs, Climate Change and the Marine Agenda, Implementing the UN 2030 Agenda: What role for marine science?, European Marine Board Conference, Brussels.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (29-10-2017). Round Table Speaker on Paris gets Trumped, Night of the UN, Pakhuis de Zwijger.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (18-9-2017). Sharing Our Water: Water Security and Climate Change, Water Security and Climate Change Conference 2017 in Cologne, Germany.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (7-7-2017). The Politics of Sharing Our Earth, A.R.T.E.S. Forum, Graduate School for the Humanities, Cologne, Germany.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (22-5-2017). Opening presentation, UNEP’s GEO second meeting, Bangkok.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (18-5-2017). Sharing our Earth: International law and the Sustainable Development Goals, Special Opening Lecture, Avril McDonald Memorial Lecture, International Law for the Sustainable Development Goals, Groningen.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (15-5-2017). Taking a long view: thinking about research needs for climate justice inside and outside the UNFCCC, Workshop on Clear-eyed equity: setting a climate equity and justice research agenda, German Development Institute, Bonn.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (5-4-2017). Panel Speaker, Is there a future for Sustainability, SBS, UVA.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (28-3-2017). Towards am Inclusive Development vision on International Development Studies, Strategy Day at Institute for Social Studies, The Hague.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (22-3-2017). Keynote on Leonardo di Caprio’s film, Before the Flood, to celebrate World Water Day, World Water Day, UNESCO-IHE, Delft.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (21-3-2017). Guest speaker at Significantus, A keyboard conversation about climate change, Bernard Haitinkzaal Conservatorium van Amsterdam.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (6-3-2017). Sustainable development and ecosystem resilience on the international research agenda, Sustainability and Resilience – Tackling Climate and Environmental Changes, Seminar, Lund University, Lund.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (22-2-2017). Panel Speaker, Environmental Security in a Changing World, UN Environment’s Global Environmental Outlook’s Outreach Event.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (16-2-2017). Climate and water governance, Clingendael Institute, The Hague.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (16-2-2017). Discussion leader on Leonardo Di Caprio’s Before the Flood film, UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (8-2-2017). Inequality, the Sustainable Development Goals and Inclusive Development, ICSSR-NW0 Joint Seminar on “Comparative Perspectives on Growing Socio-Economic Inequalities in India and Europe”, Bangalore.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (2-2-2017). Panel Member, UN Secretary General’s High Level Panel on Water, Expert Meeting on Values with respect to Water, The Hague.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (16-12-2016). The History of Global Climate Governance, DMG Seminar, The Hague.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (7-12-2016). Sharing Our Earth: Elaborating on Ecospace, Technospace, and Sociospace, Earth System Governance Conference, Nairobi.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) & Hurlbert, M. (invited speaker) (7-12-2016). The adaptive capacity of institutions in Canada, Argentina and Chile to droughts and floods, Earth System Governance Conference, Nairobi.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) & Hurlbert, M. (invited speaker) (7-12-2016). The ACID (Adaptive Capacity and Inclusive Development) Institutional Analysis Method, Earth System Governance Conference, Nairobi.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (25-11-2016). Climate Change Interventions as a Source of Conflict, Competing Claims and New Mobilities, UU/LANDAC Conference, Utrecht.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (24-11-2016). De rol van ‘business’ in SDGs, De netwerken rond Biobased Economy, Circulaire Economie, Grondstoffen, Elektrisch Vervoer, Green Deals en Ruimte-in-regels zetten samen in op Groene Groei, Rijswijk.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (16-10-2016). Dilemmas of water governance in India, DFG Workshop: Indian Environmental Policy, FPU Berlin.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (3-9-2016). Global Freshwater Challenges in the Anthropocene, Lecture to the former members of the two cabinets led by Wim Kok, The Netherlands, Barbarossa, The Hague.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (2-9-2016). Sustainable Water Management, International and European Environmental Law: Making it Work, TMC Asser Institute, The Hague.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (17-6-2016). Governance of Ecosystem Services of Water, International Workshop, Osnabruck, Germany.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (16-6-2016). Masterclass on Climate Change and Development, Leeds University.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (15-6-2016). The role of the nexus in the implementation of the SDGs, Understanding the WEF nexus and its implications for governance, Scientific Forum, Osnabruck, Germany.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (7-6-2016). Sharing Our Earth: The Role of the SDGs, Leeds University.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (6-6-2016). International Development Studies: Staying Ahead of the Curve, European Association of Development Institutes, Director’s meeting.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (4-6-2016). Sharing Our Earth: Ecospace, Technospace and Sociospace, Universiteitsdag, UVA.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (15-5-2016). The Geo-Ecological Risks of Oil Investments by China and the Global South: The Right to Development Revisited, Workshop on The Transnationalization of Chinese Oil Companies, International Institute for Asian Studies.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (14-5-2016). Governing the Technosphere, The Anthropocene Campus, Berlin.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (13-5-2016). International Environmental Agreements and the MENA region, Clingendael, The Hague.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) & Conti, K. I. (invited speaker) (10-5-2016). Normative Architecture for Groundwater Governance: Redesign to Facilitate Adaptation and Inclusion, Adaptation Futures 2016.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (4-5-2016). Climate Change, Right to Development, Stranded Resources and Stranded Assets, Climate Action Forum 2016, Maryland, USA.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (2-5-2016). Climate Justice, Informing Climate Action 2016, Universitas 21, University of Maryland and Lund University, Maryland, USA.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (10-2-2016). Sharing Our Earth: Water and Social Justice, The GIM International Summit, Amsterdam.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (2016). Trust in Transparency? A Critical Perspective on the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, Rhode Island University, USA.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) & Hurlbert, M. (invited speaker) (12-12-2015). Risk, Adaptation and Climate Change: A new Methodology for Adaptive Governance of Inclusive Development, Earth System Governance Conference, Canberra.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (10-12-2015). Klimaatverandering: Probleem of kans? Hoezoo 2 graden?, Conference, Wageningen.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (30-11-2015). Climate change and the Future of International Order, The Future of International Order, German Institute for International and Security Issues, Berlin.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (25-11-2015). Glocal Water Governance in the Anthropocene: Legal and Political issues?, Water Science Conference, Amsterdam.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (23-11-2015). Role of governance in managing Water-Energy-Food Nexus, Assessment of the state of knowledge related to science, integrated observations, and governance in the W-E-F Nexus, FUTURE EARTH WATER-ENERGY-FOOD NEXUS WORKSHOP, Karlsruhe.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (15-11-2015). Glocal Water Governance in the Anthropocene: Legal and Political issues?, Water Science Conference, Amsterdam.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (2-11-2015). Climate change and the right to development: Towards Paris and Beyond, Netwerk van Milieuprofessionals, Utrecht.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (2-11-2015). Governing the Anthropocene, Planetary Security Conference, The Hague.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (15-10-2015). Sharing our Earth and the Sustainable Development Goals, Development Studies day, Lund University.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (15-10-2015). The history and future of global climate governance: towards Paris and beyond, Alumni Conference, Lund University.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) & Ros-Tonen, M. A. F. (invited speaker) (9-2015). Forests, Finance and Fairy Tales, World Forestry Congress.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (28-8-2015). Sustainable Management of Natural Resources in the Anthropocene: Legal questions and issues with special reference to evolving North-South issues, Summer Programme on International and European Environmental Law, The Hague.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (28-8-2015). Multi-level water law: from the global to the local, Summer Programme on International and European Environmental Law, The Hague.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (28-8-2015). Sustainable Management of Natural Resources in the Anthropocene: Legal questions and issues with special reference to evolving North-South issues, Summer Programme on International and European Environmental Law, The Hague.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (17-8-2015). Water governance and the SDGs, Water governance and the SDGs.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) & Bavinck, J. M. (invited speaker) (27-6-2015). Inclusive development and coastal development, MARE Academic Conference: People and the Sea VIII.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (9-1-2015). Keynote on 'Water is a Glocal Governance Issue', Water Hub, Geneva.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (20-11-2014). Keynote on Climate Change, Conference on Beyond 2015: Exploring the Future of Global Climate Governance organized by the Indian-European Multi-level Climate Governance Research Network, de Rode Hoed, Amsterdam.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (3-7-2014). The SDGs and Inclusive Development, Semi-plenary on SDGs, Earth System Governance Conference, Norwich.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) & Hurlbert, M. (invited speaker) (1-7-2014). The optimization of Water Instruments for Events of Drought and Flood, Earth System Governance Conference.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (1-7-2014). Sharing Our Earth, Earth System Governance Conference, Norwich.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) & Conti, K. I. (invited speaker) (1-7-2014). Drivers of Global Ground Water Use: Consequences for Access, Allocation and Availability, Earth System Governance Conference.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) & Obani, P. C. (invited speaker) (1-7-2014). Human rights and Access in Earth System Governance: The Case of Sanitation, Earth System Governance Conference.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker), Schwartz, K. H. (invited speaker) & Pouw, N. R. M. (invited speaker) (1-7-2014). Pro-poor Policy Instruments and Urban Water Governance in Sao Paulo and Maputo: A Multi-level Analysis, Earth System Governance Conference.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) & Hurlbert, M. (speaker) (30-6-2014). The Optimization of Water Instruments for events of Drought and Flood, Earth System Governance.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) & Obani, P. C. (invited speaker) (30-6-2014). Human Rights and Access in Earth System Governance: Case of Sanitation, Earth System Governance.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (25-6-2014). Tackling Inequality through Responsible Development in the Anthropocene, EADI conference, Bonn.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (25-6-2014). Is the Climate Change Convention a dead horse?, EADI conference, Bonn.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) & Obani, P. C. (speaker) (25-6-2014). Legal pluralism in the area of human rights: Water and Sanitation, EADI conference, Bonn.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) & Bavinck, J. M. (invited speaker) (25-6-2014). Towards an elaborate theory on legal pluralism and Aquatic Governance, EADI conference, Bonn.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) & Conti, K. I. (speaker) (25-6-2014). Protected by Pluralism? Grappling with Multiple Legal Frameworks in Groundwater Governance, EADI conference, Bonn.
    • Bavinck, J. M. (invited speaker) & Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (25-6-2014). Pluralism in Freshwater and Marine Governance: A Challenge for Earth System Governance Architecture, EADI conference.
    • Gupta, J. (speaker) (11-6-2014). Climate Change in the Context of Environment and Development, Conference on Sustainable Futures in a Changing Climate, Helsinki.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (9-6-2014). Sustain-a-city: The city and ecospace, Decoupling economic growth from resource use – a debate on the key role of cities, International Architecture Biennial, Rotterdam.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (5-6-2014). Sharing Our Earth, Inaugural Speech, University of Amsterdam.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (19-5-2014). Multi-level governance of the Water-Energy-Food Nexus, Sustainability in the Water-Energy-Food Nexus. Synergies and Tradeoffs: Governance and Tools at various Scales, GWSP Conference.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (14-5-2014). Sharing our Earth, GLOBIS (Globalization Informed by Sustainable Development), Conference, Brussels.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (14-4-2014). Water and climate change, Dutch United Nations Students Association.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (21-3-2014). The history of global climate governance, Book Release, UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (20-3-2014). Climate governance and changing North-South challenges, Book release, EADI Seminar, Amsterdam.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (6-12-2013). Don’t give up hope on climate change, TEDxAmsterdam Women, Amsterdam.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (20-11-2013). Climate Change Governance: The EU and India Compared, India-European Multilevel Climate Governance Research Network, Kolkata, India.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (7-11-2013). New paths for international environmental cooperation, Advisory Council on International Affairs and NCDO (National Commission on Sustainable Development), The Hague.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (9-10-2013). Governance to Meet Future SDGs, Science Forum of the Budapest Water Summit, Budapest.
    • Gupta, J. (speaker) (9-10-2013). Governance to Meet Future SDGs, Science Forum of the Budapest Water Summit, Budapest.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (25-9-2013). Environmental Law and Politics, Interdisciplinary Conference of Young Earth System Scientists - Understanding and interpreting uncertainty, Hamburg.
    • Gupta, J. (keynote speaker) (25-6-2013). The role of environmental cooperation in international development cooperation, CERES research school, Amsterdam.
    • Gupta, J. (speaker) (18-6-2013). The role of environmental cooperation in international cooperation, SENSE research school, Wageningen.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (3-6-2013). Towards the Sustainable Development Goals, Roundtable Meeting: Post/2015 Development Agenda - What Future Do We Want, Ministry of Environment, The Hague.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (23-5-2013). Water security issues, Global Water Governance Project Conference.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (23-5-2013). Capacity development and water governance, Global Water Governance Project Conference.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) & Conti, K. I. (invited speaker) (23-5-2013). Global Ground Water Governance, Global Water Governance Project Conference.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (22-5-2013). Towards an integrated perspective on the water-energy-food-climate governance nexus, Global Water Governance Project Conference.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (21-5-2013). The potential and limits of global water governance, Global Water Governance Project Conference.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (16-5-2013). Fragmentation is inevitable, but constitutionalization is necessary, Global Environmental Law and Governance, The Netherlands.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) & Obani, P. C. (invited speaker) (13-5-2013). The human right to water and sanitation, Global Water Governance Project Conference.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (3-4-2013). Climate Justice Dialogue (through pre-participation via skype), Environmental Law Centre, University of Chile.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) & Ros-Tonen, M. A. F. (invited speaker) (30-1-2013). Earth System Governance and Access to Natural Resources: Implications of Hybrid Multi-Level Environmental Governance, Earth System Governance Conference, Tokyo.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (29-1-2013). Climate change and the global recession, On behalf of Pedi Obani and J. Gupta, System Governance Conference, Tokyo.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) (29-1-2013). The Split Ladder of Participation: A Diagnostic and Evaluation Tool, On behalf of Margot A. Hurlbert and J. Gupta, Earth System Governance.
    • Gupta, J. (invited speaker) & Edixhoven, J. D. (speaker) (29-1-2013). The Challenges in Governing Phosphorous, System Governance Conference, Tokyo.

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    2020

    2019

    • Triyanti, A. (2019). Governing ecosystem-based disaster risk reduction: Mangroves in Indonesia and India. [Thesis, fully internal, Universiteit van Amsterdam]. [details]

    2018

    2017

    2016

    2015

    • Sanz Galindo, G. A. M. M. (2015). Micro and small enterprises, water and developing countries: a challenge for sustainability in Colombia. [Thesis, externally prepared, Universiteit van Amsterdam]. CRC Press/Balkema. [details]

    2014

    • Bastos Lima, M. (2014). The politics of biofuel governance and sustainability: Agency, Institutions and Social Equity Dimensions of 'Green Economies'in the Making.

    2013

    • Anokye, N. A. (2013). Stakeholder participation in Water Resources Management: The Case of Densu Basin in Ghana.
    • van Asselt, H. D. (2013). The Fragmentation of Global Climate Governance: Consequences and Management of Regime Interactions .

    2011

    • Boateng, J. B. (2011). Investigating institutional arrangements for integrated water resource management in developing countries: The Case of White Volta Basin, Ghana.

    2008

    • Tienhaara, K. S. (2008). The Expropriation of Environmental Governance: Protecting Foreign Investors at the Expense of Public Policy.

    2007

    • Soni, P. (2007). Global Solutions Meeting Local Needs: Climate Change instruments for diffusion of cleaner technologies in the small-scale industries in India.
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  • Ancillary activities
    • Elsevier
      Board member
    • OECD, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
      Water commissioner, co-lead expert
    • Several journals
      Editor in chief, member editorial board
    • S.N.V.
      Lid RvT
    • Grantham Inst. Imperial College, LSE
      Member Joint Advisory Board
    • Earth Commission
      Co-voorzitter