Video/Audio: Carbon Removal
C2G2 encourages a broad societal debate on geoengineering, and strives to include a diversity of views and approaches in its events. This may sometimes lead to interventions being contested. C2G2 does not necessarily endorse or support the opinions stated by its presenters, and welcomes an open discussion of their merits.
What are the technical fixes to address the climate crisis? Could they help fend off some of the worst impacts of climate change, or could they undermine efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions? Janos Pasztor speaks with Kathryn Ryan of Radio New Zealand on governing emerging climate technologies.
Janos Pasztor and Laur Hesse Fisher from MIT’s TILClimate podcast discuss the difficult decisions facing society on carbon dioxide removal and solar radiation modification.
A joint webinar with GreenFaith and C2G2, featuring:
· Drew Jones, Climate Interactive
· Dr. Mark Lawrence, Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies
· Cynthia Scharf, Carnegie Climate Geoengineering Governance Initiative
· Dr. Forrest Clingerman, co-editor, Theological and Ethical Perspectives on Climate Engineering
Neth Daño of ETC Group argues that the proposed technology of bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (beccs) could worsen issues of conflict over land and water.
Janos Pasztor, C2G2 Executive Director, sees increasing informal discussion of carbon removal technologies amongst participants at COP23.
Guest Clip / Panel Discussion on November 13, 2017 (COP23), featuring Janos Pasztor (C2G2), Hugh Hunt (University of Cambridge), Matthias Honegger (IASS-Potsdam & Perspectives), and hosted by Stuart Scott (United Planet Faith and Science Initiative)
Doug MacMartin, Senior Research Associate and Senior Lecturer, Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Cornell University
C2G2 Webinar on Geoengineering and Biological Diversity, November 2, 2017 (Click for transcript.)
Guest Clip / IASS Potsdam, October 27, 2017
Guest Clip / with Tim Kruger, Oxford Geoengineering Programme, TED2017 video, October 31, 2017