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Dissemination Conference at Royal Society 26 November 2014 - Geoengineering Research: Where Next?
On 26th November 2014, the 3 UK geoengineering research projects, IAGP, SPICE and CGG, held a joint event, Geoengineering Research: Where Next?, at The Royal Society in London to disseminate their research findings.
Read the press release for the dissemination event.
We have also produced a special feedback briefing note for members of the public that outlines the key outcomes of our public engagement.
Browse some of the media responses to our research.
- NewScientist: Geoengineering the planet: first experiments take shape
- BBC News: How could we intervene to change the climate?
- The Economist: Geoengineering the climate: Into the great wide open
- The Times: Scientist terrified by his own climate-cooling plan
- Bloomberg: Geoengineering Doesn’t Provide ‘Magic Bullet’ for Global Warming
- Science Daily: Geoengineering our climate is not a 'quick fix'
- The Telegraph: Six radical ways to tackle global warming
- Huffington Post: Don't Believe the Hype: Do Emerging Technologies Fall Foul of Their Own PR?
- Daily Mail: Are we playing God with Earth? Scientist admits he is 'terrified' of the technology being developed to stop global warming
- Allvoices Blog: Climate engineering: A last ditch effort to save the planet from climate change
- The Star: Geoengineering could offer solution of last resort against climate change