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Ellycia Harrould-Kolieb

University of Eastern Finland
Australia
Email ellycia.harrould-kolieb [at] uef [period/dot] fi

Ellycia has over two decades of experience working in environmental conservation and governance, primarily focused on issues related to international ocean governance and the intersection of climate, ocean and biodiversity governance. Prior to her PhD, Ellycia worked in Washington DC as a Marine Scientist for Oceana, the largest NGO focused on marine conservation. In this role, Ellycia sat at the science-policy interface, advocating on Capitol Hill, at multilateral negotiations and at the state goverment level for stronger policies to protect the ocean from climate change.

Ellycia Harrould-Kolieb’s Website.

Publications

E.R. Harrould-Kolieb and T. Stephens. Forthcoming. “Ocean Acidification.” In R. Rayfuse, A. Jaeckel, N. Klein & B. Milligan (eds), Research Handbook on International Marine Environmental Law (2nd Edition), Edward Elgar

E.R. Harrould-Kolieb. 2021. “Implications of the Paris Agreement for Ocean Acidification.” In D.L. VanderZwaag, N. Oral and T. Stephens (Eds), Research Handbook on Ocean Acidification, Edward Elgar https://www.e-elgar.com/shop/gbp/research-handbook-on-ocean-acidification-law-and-policy-9781789900132.html

E.R. Harrould-Kolieb and T. Stephens. 2021. “Australian law and policy responses to ocean acidification.” In D.L. VanderZwaag, N. Oral and T. Stephens (Eds), Research Handbook on Ocean Acidification, Edward Elgar

K. Dooley, E.R. Harrould-Kolieb, & A. Talberg, 2021 “Carbon-dioxide removal and biodiversity: A threat identification framework.” Global Policy, 12(S1):34-44

E.R. Harrould-Kolieb. 2020. “Enhancing Synergies Between Action on Ocean Acidification and the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework.” Conservation Biology, 35(2): 458-558

S. Leonard, E. Harrould-Kolieb, O. Reyes, J. Torres, & E. Crespo. 2020. “Scaling-up Ecosystem-based Debt-for-Climate Swaps: From the Millions to the Billions.” Heinrich Böll Foundation, Center for Sustainable Finance (SOAS, University of London), and Global Development Policy Center (Boston University)

E.R Harrould-Kolieb. 2020. “The UN Convention on the Law of the Sea: A governing framework for ocean acidification?” RECIEL: Review of European, Comparative & International Law, 29(2): 257-270

E.R. Harrould-Kolieb. 2020. “Framing Ocean Acidification to Mobilise Action Under Multilateral Environmental Agreements.” Environmental Science & Policy, 104:129-135

E.R. Harrould-Kolieb, & O. Hoegh-Guldberg. 2019. “A governing framework for international ocean acidification policy.” Marine Policy, 102: 10-20

E.R. Harrould-Kolieb. 2016. “Ocean Acidification and the UNFCCC: Finding Legal Clarity in the Twilight Zone.” Washington Journal of Environmental Law & Policy, 6(2):612-632

E.R. Harrould-Kolieb & J.A. Kolieb. 2014. “Marine and Coastal Resources and Conflict in a High-CO2 World.” In U. Bob and S. Bronkhorst (eds) Conflict-sensitive adaptation to climate change in Africa. Berlin: Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag

J.A. Kolieb & E.R. Harrould-Kolieb. 2014. “Corporations, Climate Change and Conflict Resolution in Africa.” In U. Bob and S. Bronkhorst (eds) Conflict-sensitive adaptation to climate change in Africa. Berlin: Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag

D. Herr, K. Isensee, E. Harrould-Kolieb & C. Turley. 2014. “Ocean Acidification: International Policy and Governance Options.” IUCN, Gland, Switzerland

R. Billé, R. Kelly, A. Biastoch, E. Harrould-Kolieb, E., et al. 2013. “Taking Action against Ocean Acidification: A Review of Management and Policy Options.” Environmental Management, 52:761-779

G. Galland, E. Harrould-Kolieb. & D. Herr. 2012. “The ocean and climate change policy.” Climate Policy, 12(6):764-771

E.R. Harrould-Kolieb & D. Herr. 2012. “Ocean acidification and climate change: synergies and challenges of addressing both under the UNFCCC.” Climate Policy, 12(3):378-389