REMOVING GREENHOUSE GASES FROM THE ATMOSPHERE

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  • Thursday, April 17, 2014

    Should Removing Greenhouse Gases from the atmosphere be more than a Plan B?

    The IPCC has become the latest major institution to propose removing billions of tonnes of CO2 from the atmosphere to meet climate targets. But is the Greenhouse Gas Removal debate focusing on the wrong questions? The oceans and chalk cliffs: two sinks of CO2 from the atmosphere (well, the latter admittedly over geological timescales). In [...]

  • Wednesday, April 16, 2014

    Mutual trust in dialogue with the public – an essential element for success

    In this VEC guest blog, the climate policy consultant and researcher Matthias Honegger, gives us an impression from his work on the governance issues of climate responses, including greenhouse gas removal. In particular, the post sheds some light on upcoming work in partnership with the Risk Dialogue Foundation exploring ways to engage the public on these emerging [...]