Geo-engineering forum at UTAS

Geoengineering technologies are proposals to counteract climate change by removing CO2 from the atmosphere, or by reflecting sunlight away from the earth. This forum brings together scientists, philosophers, international lawyers and members of civil society to discuss the potential role of geoengineering in international climate change policy, and key ethical, legal and governance issues.

This event is hosted by the Australian Forum for Climate Intervention Governance in the Faculty of Law.

For more information plus how to register CLICK HERE>

General backgrounders can be viewed here. Nature Magazine. Climate One

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