Climate Geoengineering Research Award
1 May 2012
The project will be led from the Institute for Science, Innovation and Society, University of Oxford, and will also involve the Institute for Science and Ethics at Oxford together with the Science and Technology Policy Research at the University of Sussex and UCL Faculty of Laws. The work will be grouped around three sets of understandings required to inform decisions on geoengineering governance: framings of geoengineering; dilemmas of control of geoengineering technologies; and choosing governance and regulatory requirements.
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