UN Dispatch Podcast: "The Promise and Perils of 'Solar Radiation Modification' to Mitigate Climate Change"

Mar 24, 2022

The Paris Agreement set a target to limit global warming to “well below 2 degrees, but preferably to 1.5 degrees celsius compared to pre-industrial levels.” However, the world is set to blow past those international targets. In this podcast interview with UN Dispatch's Mark Leon Goldberg, Carnegie Climate Governance Initiative (C2G) Executive Director Janos Pasztor discusses ways to manage the risks of the potential temperature overshoot.

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