Educators are increasingly including discussion of proposed climate engineering technologies in their discussions of climate change, environmental policy and humanity’s place in the world. Students at the high school, college and graduate levels are beginning to ask what these concepts mean for environmentalism. What are the best tools for teaching about climate engineering concepts? What challenges arise from talking about climate engineering concepts?
The Forum for Climate Engineering Assessment works with educators at American University and elsewhere to develop materials that help guide these important discussions, in ways that open the conversation to more perspectives.
Sixth International Geoengineering Governance Summer School: A Student’s ReflectionOctober 7, 2019
When essential research might be a bad thing. The carbon removal research dilemma.July 16, 2019
Geoengineering for Whom? SAI Research Bolsters Dominant Power StructuresJuly 2, 2019
When the Humanities Are Useful in Teaching Climate EngineeringJune 1, 2018
Climate Engineering Conference 2017October 20, 2017
What a “post-truth” media ecology means for climate engineering research – Holly Jean BuckFebruary 22, 2017
Commentary: Can a Philosopher and a Scientist Co-teach a Class on Climate Engineering? – Thomas Ackerman & Stephen GardinerNovember 16, 2016
Agen Bandarkiu Terpercaya & paling baik kala IniNovember 30, 2014
Simon Nicholson – What is the Washington Geoengineering Consortium?January 15, 2014