Join the Earth Institute’s Andy Revkin, who’s covered climate change since the 1980s, with a high-level panel to strip away sound bites around solar geoengineering – the decades-old idea of adding a veil of sun-blocking particles high in the atmosphere to slow global warming driven by accumulating greenhouse gases.
The focus is the latest report from the National Academies of Science, Engineering & Medicine. The report will be released at noon Eastern on Thursday March 25. Register for a live briefing here: http://j.mp/nassolargeo
Guests Friday include:
- Chris Field, report committee co-chairman and director of the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
- Michael Gerrard, Columbia law professor and co-editor of a book on climate engineering law
- Holly Jean Buck, an assistant professor at the University at Buffalo, author and expert on “stopgap” environmental interventions
- David Keith, the Harvard researcher leading a research project preparing for an initial small-scale test of one sun-blocking technology
- Marissa Saenger, a research fellow in Keith’s lab and a member of the Bay Area chapter of the Sunrise Movement.
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