Revolutionary Marine Geoengineering

Global Pact Targets Marine Geoengineering

Concerns about the potential negative effects of marine geoengineering technologies have prompted over 100 countries to express a desire to regulate these practices. The Center for International Environmental Law and

Geoengineering Dilemma

Geoengineering: Global Dialogue Dilemma

The European Commission has recognized the urgent need for global conversation on the risks and regulation of geoengineering technologies. With the potential for “unacceptable” dangers in attempts to alter the

Dilemmas Ignite Debate

Fictional Dilemmas Ignite Geoengineering Debate

A recent fictional work delves into the concept of a nation implementing drastic measures to tackle climate change by blocking the Sun’s rays. The narrative begins after a devastating heatwave

Urgent Geoengineering Moratorium

Urgent Moratorium on Risky Geoengineering Techniques

A group of international specialists, referred to as the Climate Overshoot Commission, has advised administrations to establish a moratorium on endeavors to manipulate the Earth’s climate via geoengineering, in light

Solar Geoengineering

Did the Overshoot Commission Shoot Down Geoengineering?

The Overshoot Commission has recently released a comprehensive report that discusses the controversial topic of Solar Geoengineering, also known as Solar Radiation Modification (SRM). The Commission’s primary objective is to

Solar Geoengineering Impacts

Unraveling Solar Geoengineering’s Hidden Impacts

As we continue to face the repercussions of climate change, scientists and experts seek innovative ways to mitigate its impacts. Solar geoengineering (SG), a technique involving the distribution of aerosols

Geoengineering Methods

Scientists Dimming the Sun: It’s a Good Thing

Scientists at the University of Bern have been exploring geoengineering methods that could potentially slow down the melting of the West Antarctic ice sheet by reducing sunlight exposure. Among these

Climate Solutions

Podcast Wisdom

In a recent podcast, host Kristin Hayes had a conversation with Tyler Felgenhauer, the research director at the Duke Center on Risk and a senior research scientist with the Modeling