Talk at the Cambridge Philosophical Society now available


The lecture delves into the current state of climate change and the limitations of solely relying on emissions reductions to stay below 1.5°C warming. It explores innovative ideas for greenhouse gas removal, including marine-based carbon dioxide removal and methane oxidation acceleration. Additionally, the discussion covers alternative options beyond emissions reduction, such as engineering solutions to limit temperature rise and interventions to protect glaciers and sea-ice. 


The lecture outlines research at the University of Cambridge and partner universities worldwide on these technologies, along with considerations of public attitudes, governance, and ethics associated with their deployment.

You can watch the recording here.