Two Degrees-funded scientists, Inés Camilloni and Athar Hussain, have been awarded research funding from Harvard University’s GEM Incubation Fund to undertake further SRM research in their regions.
Degrees-funded climate scientist Inés Camilloni is a member of a UNESCO commission that has published a new report on the ethical dimensions of climate engineering technologies, including solar radiation modification (SRM).
Photographs of Prof. Inés Camilloni and Prof. Nana Ama Browne Klutse. Photo credit: the Degrees Initiative Degrees Modelling Fund (DMF) scientists Prof. Inés Camilloni and Prof. Nana Ama Browne Klutse have been appointed as Vice-Chairs for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Working Group I. This working group examines the physical science basis underpinning […]
Degrees CEO Andy Parker and DMF scientist Inés Camilloni at GEM23: Growing in a Green World in May 2023 at Harvard University, USA. Photo Credits: The Degrees Initiative. How could solar radiation modification (SRM) be governed in a way that supports the economic, environmental and social priorities of the Global South? The Degrees Initiative introduced […]