Online Video Series


Welcome to the Online Video Series for the Climate Engineering Conference 2014: Critical Global Discussions. Here, you will be able to find short interviews (3-4 min) with members of the research community on key challenges and topics of investigation in the science and governance of climate engineering. A new interview will be up twice a week, so check back frequently!

Engineering the Climate?

Mark Lawrence: "An Introduction to Climate Engineering"

Stefan Schäfer: "What is CEC14 all about?"

Ken Caldeira: "Ocean Acidification"

Alan Robock: "Field Experiments"

Hauke Schmidt: "Volcanic Eruptions as an Analogue for SRM"

Holly Buck: "The Role of the Social Sciences"

Jürgen Scheffran: "Risks and Conflicts"

Alexander Proelss: "International Law"

Andy Parker: "Research Governance"

George Collins: "Uncertainties and Participatory Research"

Sean Low: "Comparisons to Other Emerging Technologies"

Peter Irvine: "Predicting the Impacts of SRM"

Thomas Bruhn: Working Together with Civil Society"

Ben Kravitz: "Climate Modeling"

Daniel Heyen: "Economics"

Stuart Haszeldine: "Geological Carbon Storage"

Tim Kruger: "The Termination Effect"

Anna Maria Hubert: "Regulating Activities in the Oceans"

Matthew Watson: "The SPICE Experiment"

Vivian Scott: "Options for Storing Carbon"

David Reichwein: "Liability and Compensation"

Harald Steltzer: "Ethics"

Thilo Wiertz: "SRM as a Science Fiction"