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CEEW's article on the problem of geoengineering published on Climate Frontlines website
5 Mar 2012

Recently, the Climate Frontlines Forum, in collaboration with the Convention on Biological Diversity, has launched a discussion on geoengineering techniques and their potential impacts in order to understand the views and experiences of indigenous and local communities and other stakeholders. As co-chair of the international governance working group of the Solar Radiation Management Governance Initiative, Arunabha Ghosh of CEEW submitted a piece on the problem of geoengineering, the approach needed and the critical next steps, with three other senior researchers from Brazil, Tanzania and US/Argentina, which has been posted on the Climate Frontlines website. The CBD is one of the three environmental conventions that emerged out of the Rio 1992 Earth Summit. The CBD is also the only international regime that has taken a policy position on geoengineering, suggesting at its Nagoya Conference of the Parties in 2010 that there be a moratorium on large scale experiments. CEEW's article can be read at:  http://www.climatefrontlines.org/en-GB/node/620#comment-362  

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