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Governance, Solar Radiation Management

Announcing a new Academic Working Group on International Governance of Solar Climate Engineering

Carbon Dioxide Removal, Politics, Public Deliberation, Public Perception, Solar Radiation Management, Understanding Negative Emissions Technologies

After Paris, time for an honest conversation – Simon Nicholson

Carbon Dioxide Removal, Understanding Negative Emissions Technologies

Aligning conceptions of geoengineering for a healthy climate conversation – Noah Deich

Carbon Dioxide Removal, Understanding Negative Emissions Technologies

Building better concepts in climate engineering: why bother with CDR & SRM? – Patrick Taylor Smith

Carbon Dioxide Removal, CDR vs SRM, Commentary, Governance, Solar Radiation Management, Understanding Negative Emissions Technologies

Why We Should Treat SRM and CDR Separately – Joshua B. Horton

Carbon Dioxide Removal, CDR vs SRM, Governance, Public Deliberation, Public Perception, Understanding Negative Emissions Technologies

Why we shouldn’t be in a hurry to redefine ‘climate engineering’ – Duncan McLaren

Carbon Dioxide Removal, Solar Radiation Management, Understanding Negative Emissions Technologies

Cost-Benefit Analysis of Solar Geoengineering – Garth Heutel, Juan Moreno-Cruz, and Soheil Shayegh

BECCS, Carbon Dioxide Removal, Public Deliberation, Public Perception, Solar Radiation Management, Understanding Negative Emissions Technologies

Atmosphere of Hope reviewed- Holly J. Buck

Civil Society, Governance, NGO and Policy Engagement, Politics, Public Deliberation, Public Perception, Solar Radiation Management

The ‘Lomborg gambit’ and why the allure of solar geoengineering must be resisted by the Paris negotiators – Prof John Shepherd CBE FRS and Andy Parker

BECCS, Carbon Dioxide Removal, Civil Society, NGO and Policy Engagement, Public Deliberation, Public Perception, Understanding Negative Emissions Technologies

What of 2C? – Aaron Kressig