C2G encourages a broad societal debate on emerging climate-altering technologies, and strives to include a diversity of views and approaches in its events. This may sometimes lead to interventions being contested. C2G does not necessarily endorse or support the opinions stated by its presenters, and welcomes an open discussion of their merits.
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.
Prof. Paul Nightingale of the Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex, UK warns that geoengineering governance needs to take account of people blaming solar geoengineering for adverse weather.
Major-General Munir Muniruzzaman of the Bangladesh Institute of Peace and Security Studies says militaries need to advise politicians on the security dimensions of geoengineering.
Janos Pasztor, C2G2 Executive Director, sees increasing informal discussion of carbon removal technologies amongst participants at COP23.
Guest Clip / Panel Discussion on 13 November 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)
Phil Williamson, School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom C2G2 Webinar on Geoengineering and Biological Diversity, 2 November 2017 (Click for transcript.)
Phil Renforth, School of Earth and Ocean Sciences, Cardiff University, United Kingdom C2G2 Webinar on Geoengineering and Biological Diversity, 2 November 2017 (Click for transcript.)
Neth Daño, Co-Executive Director, ETC Group C2G2 Webinar on Geoengineering and Biological Diversity, 2 November 2017 (Click for transcript.)
Jane Flegal, Visiting Fellow, School for the Future of Innovation in Society at Arizona State University C2G2 Webinar on Geoengineering and Biological Diversity, 2 November 2017 (Click for transcript.)
Yolanda Teran, Indigenous International Forum on Biodiversity, Ecuador C2G2 Webinar on Geoengineering and Biological Diversity, 2 November 2017 (Click for transcript.)
Guest Clip / IASS Potsdam, 27 October 2017
Laura Hartman, who studies the intersection of religion and the environment at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, explains how religious people should have a voice in decisions about geoengineering.
Peter Frumhoff, a lead author of the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007, talks about expanding the conversation around solar geoengineering to the general public, to establish...
C2G2 Clip / Webinar, 16 May 2017 A list of further reading recommended by the speakers Transcript of the briefing at carnegiecouncil.org
C2G2 Clip / Panel discussion, 16 February 2017
C2G2 Clip / Ethics Matter, 16 December 2016
C2G2 Clip / with Janos Pasztor, Recorded on 30 September 2016 in New York.