Antony Spatola hat nun entdeckt, weshalb sich Greenpeace so zurückhaltend zur Sauerei am Himmel äußert.
Offensichtlich sind sie Unterstützer der
Solar Radiation Management Governance Initiative !!!!!!!!!!!
SRMGI was launched following the release of The Royal Society’s Geoengineering the Climate Report. One of SRMGI’s first goals was to better understand the current state of SRM science, and its surrounding uncertainties. This research culminated in a two-day SRMGI Conference in March, 2011. The conference produced a set of recommendations (including the Solar radiation management: the governance of research report) for guiding solar radiation management research.
Following the success of these initial recommendations, SRMGI began engaging perspectives on SRM research and its governance from a variety of experts and organizations across the globe. Specific attention was paid to constituencies often underrepresented in SRM discussions, namely developing countries. As a result, SRMGI led outreach meetings in Asia (India, China, and Singapore), the Middle East (Pakistan), and Africa (Senegal, South Africa, and Ethiopia) between 2010 and 2013. One product of these meetings was the report Governance of Research on Solar Geoengineering: African Perspectives. See the timeline below and our Events page for additional information.
SRMGI continues to foster interdisciplinary, international discussions to develop ideas for responsible SRM research and its governance through outreach meetings in, for example, Small Island States, South East Asia, and South America. Given SRMGI’s current momentum, now is the time to broaden the debate by continuing global outreach to foster international participation, especially in areas where current involvement is low but potential impacts from geoengineering activities are high. Quelle