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Letter to Science : The risks of solar geoengineering research

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Headshot of Jennie C. Stephens.
Headshot of Jennie C. Stephens

Jennie Stephens, Director of the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, Dean’s Professor of Sustainability Science and Policy, and Director of Strategic Research Collaborations in the Global Resilience Institute, joined other leading scientists, indigenous leaders, and climate activists last Wednesday to discuss the risks of solar geoengineering and explore how climate action is possible without dangerous technological fixes. The event can be viewed online. In conjunction with the event, a letter, co-authored by Professor Stephens, was published in Science to warn against solar geoengineering.

Read “The risks of solar geoengineering research” here.

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