Carnegie Climate Governance Initiative’s C2GTalk is a series of one-on-one interviews with influential practitioners and thought leaders, exploring 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.
In this introduction to the series, Mark Turner, host of C2GTalk, and Janos Pasztor, executive director of C2G and senior fellow at Carnegie Council, define some climate-altering technologies and discuss the work of C2G. What is carbon dioxide removal and solar radiation modification? How is C2G catalyzing conversations about the governance of these technologies?
Don't miss the first three in the series:
- Is it time to consider additional climate-altering approaches to tackle the planetary emergency? with Johan Rockström
- Are we going to be at the table when climate-altering approaches are considered? with Elizabeth Thompson
- Is the multilateral system equipped to govern climate-altering approaches? with Paul Watkinson
Check Carnegie Council’s podcast channel every Monday for a new C2GTalk.
For more, visit C2G's website.