The Degrees Initiative is pleased to announce that in early 2025 it will convene the Degrees Global Forum, the first in a new series of major conferences for the SRM community.
Degrees-funded scientists from across Southeast Asia came together in Singapore on 16 – 17 January 2024 to showcase their work and discuss ideas for a regional collaboration network on SRM research.
Beginning fresh in 2024, we decided to take a moment to look back on what we have achieved over the last year. 2023 took us around the world from Istanbul to Mexico City to Kigali, building a global community through workshops, events, and research funding.
A team at the University of Cape Town – led by Degrees-funded scientist and research collaborator, Dr Christopher Lennard – have been awarded funding from The Rockefeller Foundation, through its Uncommon Collaborations program with Dalberg Catalyst, to support the exploration of the development of an African Research Coalition on SRM
Romaric C. Odoulami at the ICTP in Trieste, Italy (2023). Photo Credit: Romaric C. Odoulami Michelle Simões Reboita and colleagues at the ICTP in Trieste, Italy (2023). Photo Credit: Michelle Reboita Michelle Simões Reboita at the ICTP with famous modelling expert Filippo Giorgi in Trieste, Italy. Photo Credit: Michelle Reboita Two Degrees-funded researchers, Romaric […]
Degrees has published the winter update of our quarterly newsletter. It’s been a busy year for the Degrees Initiative, and it’s great to be able to look back over the last twelve months.
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.
The Degrees Initiative is seeking a Programmes Officer to be a part of a small dynamic charity working on climate change and development.
The 2018 South African Degrees Modelling Fund team has published a new book chapter with Temitope Egbebiyi as the lead author. The chapter models the impacts of both climate change and solar radiation modification (SRM) on cocoa production in Nigeria.
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).