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Call for Abstracts: Solar Geoengineering Benefits and Risks: Modeling, Impacts, Analogs, Engineering, Ethics, and Governance (AGU 100)

Deadline: 31. July 2019

"With continued unabated increase of greenhouse gas emissions, it is increasingly unlikely that climate change can be limited to prevent significant impacts on society and the ecosystem. Therefore, interest in potential geoengineering schemes is increasing, including solar radiation management (SRM) methods. In this session, we invite abstracts that analyze benefits and side effects of different SRM approaches from global to local scales."

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