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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Explore our new resource for Legal and Soft Law Instruments.

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Geoengineering and Biodiversity

Christopher Trisos examines policy and research implications of geoengineering on biodiversity.

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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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Geoengineering and Biodiversity: Policy and Research Implications

February 20, 2018
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‘It’s going to take a village’: Sikina Jinnah on Climate Engineering Governance

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Who May Geoengineer?: Dirty Hands and Geoengineering

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"#geoengineering would expose biodiversity to risks that otherwise would not be present". We also need improved geoengineering scenarios. My blog post for @CEAssessment https://t.co/sUacseCL3u

.@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

Listen to our new podcast: @simonnicholson4 discusses near-term governance of solar radiation management. #SRM https://t.co/YILTbijX2v

"The deepest ethical questions about geoengineering are... about want kind of societies we want to have. To engineer the planet is to transform Earth into an artifact controlled by human hands," says @climateMorrow of @CEAssessment in a piece for @C2G2net https://t.co/p0xh8yi7jx