G360 videos from 'Geoengineering @ Exeter'

These videos are all from the 'Geoengineering at Exeter' workshop on 1st May 2012, which gave an overview of the cross-disciplinary geoengineering research being carried out at the University of Exeter. It was led by members of the G360 project, which has funding from Bridging the Gaps and EU Framework Programme 7.

Participants discussed issues relating to geoengineering research and the contribution that Exeter can make to providing multidisciplinary solutions.

Presentations from 'Geoengineering @ Exeter'

G360: what, who and why? - Professor Jim Haywood

Carbon dioxide removal geoengineering - Professor Tim Lenton

Impact of SRM on terrestrial ecosystem services - Professor Peter Cox

Understanding public engagement with geoengineering: a social representations theory perspective - Professor Patrick Devine-Wright

Cold comfort: lessons learned from SPICE - Dr Matt Watson, University of Bristol

Geoengineering at Exeter question and answer session

Interviews with presenters

Listen to the answers to the following questions:

  1. What is geoengineering?
  2. What is G360?
  3. What is the purpose of today’s workshop?
  4. What are your research interests related to Geoengineering?
  5. What do you think our options are and how do we decide between them?
  6. What issues do we need to consider?
  7. Should the public be concerned?

What is geoengineering?

What is G360?

What is the purpose of today’s workshop?

What are your research interests related to Geoengineering?

What do you think our options are and how do we decide between them?

What issues do we need to consider?

Should the public be concerned?