Carnegie Climate Governance Initiative (C2G)

C2G publishes conversations with experts in three formats: C2GTalk, C2GDiscuss, and C2GLearn.

C2GTalk is a series of one on one interviews with influential practitioners and thought leaders to explore the governance challenges raised by emerging approaches to alter the climate. Discussions touch on a range of ethical, cultural, economic, and political issues, whilst staying grounded in the practical and personal experiences of our guests.

C2GDiscuss is a series of moderated in-depth conversations between diverse experts on some of the governance challenges of climate-altering approaches. They aim to encourage an engaging conversation about some of the toughest questions faced by decision-makers on climate change, now and in the future.

C2GLearn is a series of online events, designed to catalyze learning about climate-altering approaches and their governance. Featuring leading international experts and practitioners, events include both formal webinars and informal "campfire chats," convened regularly throughout the year, with opportunities for questions and answers.

C2GDiscuss: From Net Zero to Net Negative: Policy Implications for Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR)

Recent Episodes

JUN 13, 2022 Podcast

C2GTalk: How is the UNESCWA supporting Arab states in the green transition? with Rola Dashti

Countries in the Arab region are seeking substitutes to oil so they can diversify their economies and mitigate the impact of fossil fuels production. Rola ...

MAY 31, 2022 Podcast

C2GTalk: Should the world consider solar radiation modification in light of the latest IPCC findings? with Thelma Krug

More research and better governance is needed to help developing countries make decisions about solar radiation modification (SRM), says Thelma Krug, vice-chair of the Intergovernmental ...

MAY 2, 2022 Podcast

C2GTalk: How has the governance of solar radiation modification progressed in recent years? with Oliver Morton

The debate around solar radiation modification has broadened in recent years, but there has not yet been significant progress on international mechanisms to govern it, ...

MAR 21, 2022 Podcast

C2GTalk: How does society view solar radiation modification experiments? with Sheila Jasanoff

It is important to see proposed solar radiation modification experiments in a wider social context, says Sheila Jasanoff, the Pforzheimer Professor of Science and Technology ...

MAR 14, 2022 Podcast

C2GTalk: Should scientists be allowed to do outdoor research on solar radiation modification? with Ken Caldeira

Over the last two decades, solar radiation modification has gone from an intellectual experiment to something people are seriously considering, says pioneering climate scientist Ken ...