Daily Archives: June 19, 2017

Harvard’s Solar Geoengineering Research Program


Overarching goals

Produce research that advances solar geoengineering’s science and technology frontier, publishing high-impact papers, and disseminating ideas that are taken up by other researchers and government research programs.

Take an active stance on research with a unique mandate to develop new path-breaking technologies that might improve solar geoengineering’s effectiveness and reduce its risks.

Employ Harvard’s convening power to bring together scientists, environmental leaders, and government officials to discuss the technology and its governance.

Advance science and technology, assess efficacy and risks, and lay out governance options and social implications.

Harvard’s Solar Geoengineering Research Program

Published on Apr 17, 2017

Harvard Speaks on Climate Change | Harvard University Center for the Environment

April 28, 2017

Harvard Speaks on Climate Change

Harvard Speaks on Climate Change: Daniel Schrag Intro Video


Climate change is one of the most complicated and challenging problems the world has ever faced.

It is a global problem, and one that requires global action to manage the impacts and minimize the risks. Here at Harvard, we are fortunate enough to have faculty members with expertise, across many disciplines, who contribute through their teaching, their research, and their leadership to a broad effort to help lead the world toward solutions.

Harvard Speaks on Climate Change is an initiative of the Harvard University Center for the Environment (HUCE) to share the varied perspectives of Harvard’s faculty beyond the walls of the University. In the videos in this series, you will see faculty from across our campus discussing the many dimensions of the climate challenge: from law, business, and public policy, to public health, design, the sciences and engineering, and the humanities. Each video will lead you to an individual faculty page with more resources for those who want to dig deeper: additional videos from that faculty member, a selection of their publications, as well as faculty bios and links to their webpages. The videos are also catalogued so that users can browse by faculty, topic or category.

Our hope is that these videos will give viewers a better appreciation of the nature of the climate challenge, and offer insights to different pathways for the future.

See Also:

Professor David Keith Interview on Solar Radiation Management (SRM) Geoengineering

Nick Breeze

Published on Apr 28, 2015



For the full article and other information please visit the link above.

Geoengineering (SRM): Unethical, Unwanted, Unregulated


Published on Sep 25, 2014

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This video is a straight-forward explanation of the reality of what we call chemtrails, and what those carrying out these projects call “geoengineering” and “solar radiation management”.

This video uses ONLY clips from peer-reviewed, scientifically accredited universities and organizations.

All sources are cited in the credits at the end, as well as in the video description below.

This video might not fly for long here on Youtube with the news clips tacked on to the end of the video (©opyright hounds) – but we’ll see. If that’s the case, I’ll reupload it and trim off the news clip portion of the video. Please feel free to download & reupload/trim it as you see fit.

Wanna hear a funny phrase? “Chemtrail citations”.
…(Links to references and clips used in the first part of my vid):

“JasonBlackstock.” YouTube. MansfieldEthics. March 12, 2014. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGWod…

“Geoengineering: A Whiter Sky.” YouTube. Carnegie Institute. Oct. 31, 2012

“Subcommittee on Energy and Environment Hearing – Geoengineering II: The Scientific Basis and Engineering Challenges.” –– Archived Webcast February 4, 2010

“Harvard University Center for the Environment” (HUCE) Videos.

“Board on Atmospheric Sciences and Climate” http://dels.nas.edu/basc

Robwood “Geoengineering: Science, Ethics and Policy” http://www.atmos.washington.edu/~robw…

Search terms:

inurl:edu geoengineering OR “climate engineering”
inurl:edu geoengineering OR “climate engineering” AND video
inurl:edu geoengineering OR “climate egineering” aerosols

site:ams.confex.com geoengineering OR “solar radiation management”

BONUS TERM I picked up along the way while researching:
“nanotechnology geoengineering”

^^^Just as we conspiritards suspected, there’s a nanotech option for Solar Radiation Management that comes in the form of dust/metallic particles (similar to “smart dust”).

(it goes on from there, use your imagination and feel free to share your brainfood in the comments below!)

Highlight Seminar: David Keith, Harvard University – “Reducing the Risks of Solar Geoengineering”


Published on May 24, 2016

Professor David Keith, of Harvard University, will speak on the topic of “Reducing the Risks of Solar Geoengineering” as part of the 2015-2016 Highlight Seminar Series.

I will discuss new results suggesting it may be possible to implement solar geoengineering using stratospheric aerosols without ozone loss while significantly reducing some other important side effects. Estimates of the risks and efficacy of solar geoengineering are deeply uncertain. Accurate physically-based models along with laboratory and in situ experiments will be needed to improve estimates of the performance of proposal solar geoengineering. As an example, I will discuss our ongoing laboratory experiments and plans for small perturbative outdoor experiments. Governance poses the greatest challenge for solar geoengineering: I will review some recent work on governance of research and deployment of solar geoengineering, and argue in favor of a U.S. government commitment to an interdisciplinary and international research program.

David Keith has worked near the interface between climate science, energy technology, and public policy for twenty five years. He took first prize in Canada’s national physics prize exam, won MIT’s prize for excellence in experimental physics, and was one of TIME magazine’s Heroes of the Environment 2009. David divides his time between Cambridge where he is Gordon McKay Professor of Applied Physics in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and Professor of Public Policy in the Harvard Kennedy School; and Calgary, where he helps lead Carbon Engineering a company developing technology to the capture of CO2 from ambient air.

Harvard’s Solar Geoengineering Research Program Launches Spring 2017

Harvard’s Solar Geoengineering Research Program Launches Spring 2017

‘Solar radiation management’: Scientists hope to fight climate change with geoengineering

RT America

Published on Mar 27, 2017

Scientists are turning to technology to counter global warming. Harvard researchers are launching the world’s biggest solar geoengineering study aimed at altering the planet’s temperature. RT America’s Marina Portnaya has the details.

Solar Radiation Management Science 2015 – University of Cambridge

Nick Breeze

Streamed live on Mar 13, 2015

Friday 13 March (Engineering department)

8.oo Registration, coffee

Panel Discussion: Enhancing Food Systems for Improved Urban Food Security and Nutrition


Published on Jun 19, 2017

Moderator: Ann Tutwiler, Director General, Bioversity International

Panelists: Corinne Abbas, Senior Policy Officer, Food and Nutrition Security, Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Joachim De Weerdt, Senior Lecturer at IOB, University of Antwerp, and Senior Research Fellow at LICOS, KU

Leuven Nazia Mintz Habib, Research Director, Resilience and Sustainable Development, Centre for Rising Powers, University of Cambridge

Leonard Mizzi, Head of Unit, Rural Development, Food Security, Nutrition, DG DEVCO, EC

at the IFPRI special event, “Food Security and Nutrition in an Urbanizing World” held Tuesday June 6th, 2017 in Brussels, Belgium. More information at: http://www.ifpri.org/event/food-secur…


Oxford Population, Migration & Environment Symposium – 3 & 4 August 2017 and 7 & 8 December 2017

The Oxford Symposium on Population, Migration, and the Environment is a special interest meeting of London Symposia, an organization devoted to scholarly research, writing, and discourse. This interdisciplinary conference is an opportunity for scientists and policy makers to present papers and engage in discussion relevant to sustainability, human welfare, and progress.

This interdisciplinary conference seeks to bring to the table academics and professionals from the realms of economics, education, environmental studies, the built environment, sociology political science, gender equity, ethics and other related fields, to present papers and engage in discourse relevant to global environmental issues and its effects on human welfare and progress.

You are invited to present a paper on an aspect of research, or you may wish to attend as an observer. If you wish to present a paper, you will be requested to submit a brief abstract for review by the Programme Committee.

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