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. 28, no. 3 (2018): 417-440.
- 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.
- Nicholson, Simon, Jinnah, Sikina, and Gillespie, Alexander. “Solar radiation management: a proposal for immediate polycentric governance.” Climate Policy. 18, no. 3 (2018): 322-334.
- Holahan, Robert and Kashwan, Prakash. “Disentangling the rhetoric of public goods from their externalities: The case of climate engineering.” Global Transitions. 1 (2019): 132-140.
- The Justice and Legitimacy of Geoengineering.” Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy. (2019).
- Jinnah, Sikina. “Building a Governance Foundation for Solar Geoengineering Deployment.” in Governance of the Deployment of Solar Geoengineering. Robert Stowe and Robert Stavins (eds.) Cambridge, MA: Harvard Project on Climate Agreements. (2019)
- Jinnah, Sikina and Simon Nicholson. “Introduction to the Symposium on ‘Geoengineering: Governing Solar Radiation Management.” Environmental Politics. 28, no.3 (2019): 385-396.
- Jinnah, Sikina and Simon Nicholson. “The Hidden Politics of Climate Engineering.” Nature Geoscience. 12 (2019): 876-879.
- Jinnah, Sikina, Simon Nicholson and Jane Flegal. “Towards Legitimate Governance of Solar Geoengineering Research: A Role for Sub-state Actors.” Ethics, Policy, and Environment. 21, no.3 (2019).
- Jinnah, Sikina, Simon Nicholson, David Morrow, Zachary Dove, Paul Wapner, Walter Valdivia, Leslie Paul Thiele, Catriona McKinnon, Andrew Light, Myanna Lahsen, Prakash Kashwan, Aarti Gupta, Alexander Gillespie, Richard Falk, Ken Conca, Dan Chong, and Netra Chhetri. “Governing Climate Engineering: A Proposal for Immediate Governance of Solar Radiation Management.” Sustainability. 11, no. 14 (2019) Special edition on Climate Change Law, Policy and Governance for Sustainable Development.
- McKinnon, Catriona. “Sleepwalking into lock-in? Avoiding wrongs to future people in the governance of solar radiation management research.” Environmental Politics. 28, no.3 (2019): 441-459.
- McKinnon, Catriona. “The Panglossian politics of the geoclique.” Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy. (2019).
- McKinnon, Catriona. “Climate justice in the endgame for 2 degrees.” The British Journal of Politics and International Relations. 21, no.2 (2019): 279–286.
- Thiele, Leslie Paul. “Geoengineering and sustainability.” Environmental Politics. 28, no. 3. (2019): 460-479
- Gupta, Aarti, Ina Möller, Frank Biermann, Sikina Jinnah, Prakash Kashwan, Vikrom Mathur, David Morrow, and Simon Nicholson. “Anticipatory governance of solar geoengineering: Conflicting visions of the future and their links to governance proposals.” Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. Forthcoming.
- Jinnah, Sikina, Nicholson, Simon, and Morrow, David. “Governance of Solar Geoengineering: A Review and Lessons for Carbon Dioxide Removal.” Global Policy. Forthcoming.
- Light, Andrew. “The Policy Implications of Responsible Geoengineering,” forthcoming for The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Technology, ed. S. Vallor. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020)
- Wapner, Paul, Is Wildness Over? (Where Am I?), (Cambridge: Polity Press, 2020)