iSEE Congress 2017

Urbana-Champaign, Illinois

Solar geoengineering reduces atmospheric carbon burden

Solar geoengineering is no substitute for cutting emissions, but could nevertheless help reduce the atmospheric carbon burden. In the extreme, if solar geoengineering were used to hold radiative forcing constant under RCP8.5, the carbon burden may be reduced by ~100 GTC, equivalent to 12–26% of twenty-first-century emissions at a cost of under US$0.5 per tCO2.

European Forum Alpbach Geoengineering

Alpbach, Austria

ORF Ö1 Mittagsjournal

Gestaltung: Barbara Riedl-Daser

KentPresents

Kent, Connecticut

Climate Engineering Gordon Research Conference

Newry, ME

An Economic Anatomy of Optimal Climate Policy

Together with mitigation and adaptation, carbon and solar geoengineering span the universe of possible climate policies.

Science and Democracy Network

Cambridge, MA

Harvard’s Solar Geoengineering Research Program launched

Interdisciplinary research program housed at Harvard University Center for the Environment

New York University

New York, NY

iSEE Congress 2017

Urbana-Champaign, Illinois

Solar geoengineering reduces atmospheric carbon burden

Solar geoengineering is no substitute for cutting emissions, but could nevertheless help reduce the atmospheric carbon burden. In the extreme, if solar geoengineering were used to hold radiative forcing constant under RCP8.5, the carbon burden may be reduced by ~100 GTC, equivalent to 12–26% of twenty-first-century emissions at a cost of under US$0.5 per tCO2.

European Forum Alpbach Geoengineering

Alpbach, Austria

ORF Ö1 Mittagsjournal

Gestaltung: Barbara Riedl-Daser

KentPresents

Kent, Connecticut

Climate Engineering Gordon Research Conference

Newry, ME

An Economic Anatomy of Optimal Climate Policy

Together with mitigation and adaptation, carbon and solar geoengineering span the universe of possible climate policies.

Science and Democracy Network

Cambridge, MA

Harvard’s Solar Geoengineering Research Program launched

Interdisciplinary research program housed at Harvard University Center for the Environment

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