FCEA Academic Working Group member Leslie Paul Thiele argues that #sustainability discourse provides a common ground within the polarized #geoengineering debate, part of a special issue on climate engineering governance co-edited by @SJinnah2 and @simonnicholson4
#climate engineering will pose novel human rights challenges (!) Toby Svoboda, @hollyjeanbuck and @PabloSurGames outline 3 competing rights approaches.
Read more at Environmental Politics:
.@christrisos of @sesnyc on #SRM's potential implications for #biodiversity: "The cooling from solar geoengineering could help some important but heat-threatened ecosystems [... and] would expose biodiversity to risks that otherwise would not be present." https://t.co/dE0hPsv4bT
Congratulations to Ken Conca, a member of FCEA's Academic Working Group on the International Governance of Climate Engineering, for being awarded the Al-Moumin Award of Environmental Peacebuilding! https://t.co/LrNXcJfLFi
"[Governing #climateengineering] is going to take a village. It is going to be a massive challenge but that should not be a reason to shy away from discussing governance in this area." -@SJinnah2 https://t.co/6Dp6eBW1Mv