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DMF Paper: SRM effect on sea surface temperatures

DMF Team Benin Paper Response of the Equatorial Atlantic Cold Tongue to Stratospheric Aerosol Geoengineering – Aerosol Science and Engineering – Y. W. Pomalegni, C. Y. Da-Allada, Z. Sohou, E. Baloïtcha, E. A. Alamou, F. M. Awo, F. Bonou, I.

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New DMF paper: SRM and drought in Africa

DMF Team South Africa Paper Potential impacts of stratospheric aerosol geoengineering on droughts over major river basins in Africa – Climatic Change – Babatunde J. Abiodun, Romaric C. Odoulami, Windmanagda Sawadogo, Olumuyiwa A. Oloniyo, Abayomi A. Abatan, Mark New, Christopher

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Interview with Dr Heri Kuswanto

Introduction Dr Heri Kuswanto, an Associate Professor at the Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS), is the lead author of the first study to look at the implications of Solar Radiation Modification(SRM) in Indonesia.  He and his team took a novel

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Degrees is now a registered charity in the UK

After ten years operating as a project based at other institutions, the Degrees Initiative has registered as a charity in England and Wales. This represents a major milestone for the initiative and a major step forward in our plans to

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SRMGI becomes The Degrees Initiative

After a decade as a project housed at other NGOs, the SRM Governance Initiative (SRMGI) has moved into a new phase, establishing as an independent non-profit organisation and changing its name to The Degrees Initiative. Degrees stands for Developing world

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Three new teams awarded DMF grants

Three new teams have just been awarded Degrees Modelling Fund (DMF) grants in Bangladesh, Kenya and the Philippines. Congratulations and welcome to them! Altogether, 15 new scientists will research the potential impacts of SRM on their regions from 2021 to

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New DMF research collaborators

We are delighted to announce that three renowned scientists are joining the Degress Modelling Fund (DMF) pool of collaborators to work with the southern scientists funded through our programme. Prof. Alan Robock from Rutgers University, Dr Mari Tye from the

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