Governing Solar Radiation Management

Read a summary of the fourth meeting of our Academic Working Group on the International Governance of Climate Engineering.

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New Library of CDR Research

Explore our new resource for CDR/NETs researchers.

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How do CE researchers define equity?

Jane Flegal and Aarti Gupta examine expert understandings of equity in a new paper.

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Hurricanes and Climate Engineering

We asked our Board of Advisors if climate engineering technologies could potentially weaken hurricanes.

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Governance, Politics, Solar Radiation Management, Uncategorized

Who May Geoengineer?: Dirty Hands and Geoengineering

December 4, 2017
Education, Governance, NGO and Policy Engagement, Public Deliberation

Climate Engineering Conference 2017

October 20, 2017
Politics, Solar Radiation Management

Could climate engineering technologies weaken hurricanes?

September 21, 2017

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Sunday Dec. 17, 2017
Transdisciplinary Research and Governance on Climate-related Geoengineering
Speaker | Wil Burns
When | 9:00 am, US EST
Where | Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, Montreal, Canada

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Big news - European Parliament industry committee votes in favour of a net-zero GHG goal in the Energy Union governance regulation

Nice podcast from @CEAssessment with @climateMorrow drawing out @Oliver_Geden 's thoughts on negative emissions and the dangerous ambiguity around these technologies in climate policy https://t.co/URSvA1ZNIN

Listen to our new podcast: @Oliver_Geden talks with @climateMorrow about the assumptions surrounding negative emissions #NETs https://t.co/qzNbcqQKxH

New paper in Climate Policy by @simonnicholson4 @SJinnah2 and Alexander Gillespie: "Solar radiation management: a proposal for immediate polycentric governance" #geoengineering #SRM https://t.co/oRAwmHY8Id

We don't yet know how reflecting sunlight through #geoengineering would affect plant life, says Doug MacMartin on @scifri

There is "much, much less risk" in cutting #carbon emissions than using sulfate aerosols or brightening clouds to reflect sunlight, notes Doug MacMartin on @scifri