Climate Engineering: Early Reflections on a Complex Conversation

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  • 1 Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies
  • 2 Cadi Ayyad University
  • 3 University of Tasmania
  • 4 University of Amsterdam
  • 5 University of the South Pacific
  • 6 6Assistant Lecturer, Department of Geology, Malian National School of Engineers skonemaat@yahoo.fr
  • 7 7Focal Region Manager, West Africa cgiar Research Program on Water, Land, and Ecosystem cushngonzo@gmail.com
  • 8 University of Edinburgh
  • 9 Harvard University
  • 10 University of Melbourne
  • 11 American University
  • 12 Free University Berlin

This is a background account and formal statement prepared by participants in the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies’ Climate Engineering Summer Course, held between 2 and 17 August 2014 in Potsdam, Germany.

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    Ben Hale, ‘The World That Would Have Been: Moral Hazard Arguments Against Geoengineering’, in Engineering the Climate: The Ethics of Solar Radiation Management, edited by Christopher J. Preston (Rowman and Littlefield, 2012).

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    Steve Rayner, ‘To Know or Not to Know? A Note on Ignorance as a Rhetorical Resource in Geoengineering Debates’, Climate Geoengineering Governance Working Paper Series 010 (2014), <http://geoengineering-governance-research.org/perch/resources/workingpaper10raynertoknowornottoknow-1.pdf>.

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