FCEA Blog: Whose Voice Matters in Climate Geoengineering?
"When I got seriously interested in climate engineering, about 2011, there was little consideration of the diversity of effects it might have on different groups and their interests. Today it has become almost commonplace to acknowledge the importance of hearing voices from a range of countries, thanks in no small measure to the pioneering efforts of the SRMGI. The importance of hearing from publics rather than merely experts is also increasingly embedded in the discourse, although rich deliberation – revealing not only how thoughtful publics can be, but how the different circumstances of deliberation can shape outcomes – has been largely limited to one or two countries in the WEIRD world (White, Educated, Industrial, Rich, Democratic)."
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