Sixth International Geoengineering Governance Summer School: A Student’s Reflection
Researching at the Top of a Slippery Slope?
When essential research might be a bad thing. The carbon removal research dilemma.
Geoengineering for Whom? SAI Research Bolsters Dominant Power Structures
Role of Sub-state Actors in Solar Geoengineering Governance
India Should Demand International, Political Oversight for Geoengineering R&D
Reflections on the IPCC special report on pathways to and impacts of 1.5ºC
The Royal Society’s New Report on Greenhouse Gas Removal
Power and Responsibility in a Broken World
When the Humanities Are Useful in Teaching Climate Engineering
Geoengineering and Biodiversity: Policy and Research Implications
Climate Engineering Conference 2017
Could climate engineering technologies weaken hurricanes?
Evoking equity as a rationale for solar geoengineering research? Scrutinizing emerging expert visions of equity
Ensuring That We Hear the Voices of the Vulnerable: Toward a Human Rights-Based Approach to Bioenergy and Carbon Capture and Storage – Wil Burns
Building a Climate Engineering Clearinghouse
The Developing World and Climate Engineering: Unevenly Affected and Underrepresented
Carbon geoengineers: the debt collectors of the future – Christophe Jospe
Larsen C: Climate Engineering and Polar Ice Melt
A Response to “The Uninhabitable Earth”