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Solar Radiation Modification and the Sustainable Development Goals

This topic aims to raise awareness of potential large-scale deployment of proposed Solar Radiation Modification (SRM) technologies and their impacts on the delivery of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to an audience somewhat familiar with the basic concepts of SRM. It seeks to help participants to explore the following questions:​

  • What are the potential implications (physical, socio-economic or political) of a possible deployment of SRM for delivering the SDGs?
  • What knowledge/research gaps exist around SRM and its potential implications for delivery of the SDGs?
  • What governance gaps would need to be addressed to maximise positive impacts and minimise negative trade-offs with regards to the SDGs?
  • How might some of the governance challenges be considered or addressed in the context of current governance processes and mechanisms?

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