The Academic Working Group was intentionally designed to bring new voices to the conversation about SRM governance by involving governance experts who had not previously engaged with in-depth consideration of the governance challenges associated with SRM. In addition to the Working Group’s final report, Governing Solar Radiation Management, this process has resulted in a number of papers on aspects of SRM governance by Working Group members, including:
- Conca, Ken. “Prospects for a multistakeholder dialogue on climate engineering.” Environmental Politics. Forthcoming.
- Flegal, Jane A., and Aarti Gupta. “Evoking equity as a rationale for solar geoengineering research? Scrutinizing emerging expert visions of equity.” International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 18, no. 1 (2018): 45-61.
- Gupta, Aarti, and Ina Möller. “De facto governance: how authoritative assessments construct climate engineering as an object of governance.” Environmental Politics (2018): 1-22.
- Jinnah, Sikina. “Why govern climate engineering? A preliminary framework for demand-based governance.” International Studies Review 20, no. 2 (2018): 272-282.
- Jinnah, Sikina, and Douglas Bushey. “Bringing Politics into SAI.” Ethics & International Affairs 31, no. 4 (2017): 501-506.
- Jinnah, Sikina and Simon Nicholson. “Governing Solar Radiation Management: How, Why, and For Whom?” Environmental Politics. Forthcoming.
- McKinnon, Catriona. “Sleepwalking into lock-in? Avoiding wrongs to future people in the governance of solar radiation management research.” Environmental Politics (2018): 1-19.
- Nicholson, Simon, Sikina Jinnah, and Alexander Gillespie. “Solar radiation management: A proposal for immediate polycentric governance.” Climate Policy 18, no. 3 (2018): 322-334.
- Thiele, Leslie Paul. “Geoengineering and sustainability.” Environmental Politics (2018): 1-20.