„The oil company promises its customers carbon neutral driving by compensating their emissions. “Shell is promoting a product that can never live up to this claim, and that is misleading”, explains student Xander de Vries.“
Schlagwort: public engagement
„Under pressure from indigenous people and environmental groups, Sweden’s space agency on Wednesday called off a landmark first test of technology that aims to slow global warming by dimming sunlight reaching Earth.“
„A first test of a long-planned outdoor solar geoengineering experiment has been delayed–again. Why?“
C2GTalk: An interview with Saleemul Huq: How can the most vulnerable have a say in governing climate-altering approaches?
„His greatest concern is that decisions that have repercussions for the most vulnerable will be taken without them having a chance to take part in the discussion, so it is extremely important that climate vulnerable nations have a say when decisions are taken regarding climate-altering approaches, including carbon dioxide removal and solar radiation modification.“
Höglund, Robert (2020): Removing Carbon Now: How can companies and individuals fund negative emissions technologies in a safe and effective way to help solve the climate crisis?
Höglund, Robert (2020):[nbsp]Removing Carbon Now: How can companies and individuals fund negative emissions technologies in a safe and effective way to help solve the climate crisis? Oxfam.[nbsp]http://hdl.handle.net/10546/621034.
„This paper sets out to answer which negative emissions techniques are available on the market today and how they potentially could be used by companies or individuals who wish to help solve the climate crisis by removing carbon in an effective way without creating risks for people or the environment.“
„How to engage the public when everyone on Earth is a stakeholder?“
„We hope to develop a broad and open public engagement process we hope will become a model for solar geoengineering activities. This process is specifically designed to be inclusive of all voices, including those who actively object to efforts for solar radiation management.“