An NAS presentation, May 20, 2021, 3-4PM EST (1-2PM MST_


Karen Rosenlof
Staff member
A conversation on the possible risks and benefits of solar geoengineering as part of a portfolio of responses to climate change.

Frank Sesno (George Washington University) will moderate a conversation with Marcia McNutt (National Academy of Sciences) and Chris Field (Stanford University) about how and whether solar geoengineering could fit into broader efforts to address climate change, the role of research in helping inform decisions about implementation, and the complex global ethics and governance issues associated with solar geoengineering.

Details, with a link to register can be found at: