NGO and Policy Engagement

NGO and Policy Engagement

Environmental NGOs are a primary source of information for the public on environmental issues, and play an important role shaping public thinking on conversations and decisions around climate change.  As the public learns more about climate engineering technologies, they will look to ENGOs to understand what the policy issues are, and understand how these ideas fit in, it at all, with a climate change response portfolio.

The Forum for Climate Engineering Assessment works with and advises environmental NGOs on climate engineering, without advocating for any particular policy agenda for or against research into these technologies.  We work to help these groups understand the risks and potential benefits, both in terms of physical impact as well as political and social impact.

 

Recent Blogs

 

 

Education, Governance, NGO and Policy Engagement, Public Deliberation

Climate Engineering Conference 2017

Civil Society, NGO and Policy Engagement, Politics, Public Deliberation

The People’s Climate March

Civil Society, NGO and Policy Engagement

Who May Geoengineer: Self-defense, Civil Disobedience, and Revolution (Part Two) – Patrick Taylor Smith

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

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

phone chat: Dan Sarewitz and Jane Flegal

Civil Society, Governance, NGO and Policy Engagement

A talk by Holly J Buck – Why Climate Engineering and Sustainable Agriculture Need to Be Part of the Same Conversation

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

Reflecting on the “Berlin Declaration” – Andy Parker (with Oliver Morton and George Collins)

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

Measuring NGO Response to NAS Climate Intervention Reports – Rachael Somerville

Civil Society, Governance, NGO and Policy Engagement, Public Deliberation, Public Perception

Civil Society statements on release of NAS “Climate Intervention” reports

Carbon Dioxide Removal, Civil Society, NGO and Policy Engagement, Public Deliberation, Public Perception, Solar Radiation Management

Media coverage of NAS “Climate Intervention” reports

Civil Society, Governance, NGO and Policy Engagement, Public Deliberation, Public Perception, Transparency

Wading into a Murky Debate on Transparency – Nigel Moore

Civil Society, NGO and Policy Engagement

Forum Exchange – Is Climate Engineering Worthy of Consideration? – Andy Parker (IASS-Potsdam) and Jim Thomas (ETC Group)

Air Capture, BECCS, Carbon Dioxide Removal, Civil Society, NGO and Policy Engagement, Public Deliberation, Public Perception, Solar Radiation Management

Forum – “Fighting Climate Change with Geoengineering” responses

Carbon Dioxide Removal, Civil Society, Governance, NGO and Policy Engagement, Understanding Negative Emissions Technologies

Is CDR ‘geoengineering’? Guest Post- Noah Deich, MBA candidate, UC Berkeley

Civil Society, NGO and Policy Engagement, Public Deliberation

Geoengineering will not go away because we are not talking about it – Guest Post – Tina Johnson, Energy Action Coalition

Civil Society, NGO and Policy Engagement, Public Deliberation

Expanding the Dialogue- Climate geoengineering conversation in other languages

Civil Society, Governance, NGO and Policy Engagement, Solar Radiation Management

Advancing Transnational Governance of Geoengineering Research – Guest Post – Alex Hanafi and Andy Parker

Carbon Dioxide Removal, Civil Society, NGO and Policy Engagement, Understanding Negative Emissions Technologies

Guest post – Bob Olson, Senior Fellow, Institute for Alternative Futures – A Venture Into Geoengineering

Civil Society, NGO and Policy Engagement

Guest Post- Tina Johnson, Energy Action Coalition – A Call for Engagement by Environmental Justice Groups in the Geoengineering Conversation