Integrating physical, engineering and social sciences to construct a framework for assessing effectiveness and side effects of geoengineering proposals.
Like artificial trees? The effect of framing by natural analogy on public perceptions of geoengineering
Andy Ridgwell (Professor of Earth System Modelling at the University of Bristol and IAGP member) comments on geoengineering as part of the BBC's coverage of the release of the new report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) on the mitigation of climate change.
Read the coverage here.
Piers Forster asks us to consider our place in fighting climate change, and suggests some methods of lowering our carbon footprint in The Yorkshire Post.
IAGP researcher Adam Corner examines the opportunities for communicating climate change in the aftermath of the recent floods across the UK in his recent article in the Guardian.
- Geoengineering knowledge: interdisciplinarity and the shaping of climate engineering research
- Like artificial trees? The effect of framing by natural analogy on public perceptions of geoengineering
- Rethinking climate engineering categorization in the context of climate change mitigation and adaptation
- Tropical coral reef habitat in a geoengineered, high-CO2 world
- The impact of abrupt suspension of solar radiation management (termination effect) in experiment G2 of the Geoengineering Model Intercomparison Project (GeoMIP)
- Reduced efficacy of marine cloud brightening geoengineering due to in-plume aerosol coagulation: parameterization and global implications