Sixth International Geoengineering Governance Summer School: A Student’s Reflection
When essential research might be a bad thing. The carbon removal research dilemma.
Role of Sub-state Actors in Solar Geoengineering Governance
Power and Responsibility in a Broken World
Who May Geoengineer?: Dirty Hands and Geoengineering
Could climate engineering technologies weaken hurricanes?
The Developing World and Climate Engineering: Unevenly Affected and Underrepresented
The People’s Climate March
Forum Discussion- Rhode Island H 7578: The Climate Geoengineering Act of 2016
The international human right to science and its application to geoengineering research and innovation- Kristin Barham & Anna-Maria Hubert
After Paris, time for an honest conversation – Simon Nicholson
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
The Planet Remade: Reviewed – Duncan McLaren
phone chat: Dan Sarewitz and Jane Flegal
Climate-induced migration and climate engineering: Three notes on how to think through them together – Holly J. Buck
Reflecting on the “Berlin Declaration” – Andy Parker (with Oliver Morton and George Collins)
One Good Reason Why the Left Should Give Geoengineering a Second Look – Joshua B. Horton
Measuring NGO Response to NAS Climate Intervention Reports – Rachael Somerville
Climate engineering as a Right-Wing Technology, and Other Stories – Holly Buck
Simon Nicholson – Bill McKibben’s analysis of Obama’s climate action is right. Will decision makers turn to geoengineering?