Conference Blog

The Anthropocene: An Engineered Age?

By Cristoph Rosol (Research Scholar, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science)

Three points for the great debate on climate engineering

By Mark Lawrence (Scientific Director, Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies)

Why We Should Not Engineer A Global Thermostat

Can science fix climate change? A case against climate engineering

By Mike Hulme (King's College London)

 

Fifth Interdisciplinary Summer School on CE

Why do researchers disagree about climate engineering?

By Daniel Heyen and David Reichwein

Climate Engineering, Art, and Public Engagement

Can art bridge scientific and public understandings in complex issues?

By Holly Jean Buck

Transdisciplinary Research on Climate Engineering

Why CE requires participation and cooperation beyond classical scientific borders

By Dr. Thomas Bruhn

Positive Discussions on Negative Emissions

Looking back on the Oxford Conference on Negative Emissions Technologies (NETs), September 2013.

By Nigel Moore

International engagement and African perspectives on geoengineering

October saw the release of a report on a series of workshops on geoengineering governance, held around Africa in 2012 and 2013.

By Andy Parker

Additional guidance on submitting Session Proposals

The most important thing to keep in mind when preparing a session proposal is that there is no pre-determined structure or format that you need to follow.

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