Climate-altering approaches
and the Arctic

This topic aims to offer an opportunity to learn more about climate-altering approaches in the context of the Arctic region and the need for their governance. It seeks insights into the following questions:

  • What is the role of the Arctic in the global climate and the geopolitics of a warming Arctic?
  • How can we situate climate-altering approaches, including large-scale Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR) and proposed Solar Radiation Modification (SRM) technologies in such a context, and why governance is important?
  • What approaches may (and may not) be relevant to the Arctic environment and if ever used, how might they effect both the Arctic and its environment, and the global climate?
  • How might the physical and political context of the Arctic effect the capacity to efficiently and effectively undertake CDR or SRM in the region?
  • What are the key governance issues, challenges and implications of undertaking research into, and the potential deployment of these approaches?
  • How might some of the governance challenges be considered or addressed in the current Arctic governance processes and mechanisms?​


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