Denyse S. Dookie
Post-doctoral research officer at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at LSE
1 published article
Denyse S. Dookie is a post-doctoral research officer (sustainable development) at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at LSE, where she focuses on the use of climate information by decision-makers. She is interested in adaptation, DRR and resilience efforts in small islands, especially the Caribbean where she is from, and has research experience in integrating inter-disciplinary datasets, economic identification, validating remotely-sensed estimates, collating local perspectives, and communicating risk. Denyse also has a background supporting policy development. She recently assisted the compilation of climate risk profiles for Pacific small islands (WB/ADB), and has worked with IDB, UNDP, UNDESA, the Permanent Mission of Trinidad and Tobago to the UN in New York, and a range of Caribbean sustainable and economic development practitioners.
Denyse did her PhD in Sustainable Development (Columbia University/SIPA) and also completed degrees in Climate and Society, Development Studies/Economics of Development, International Relations, and Economics/Mathematics.