At COP21 world leaders have pledged to avoid global warming and take action to prevent catastrophic climate change. Should geoengineering be considered as a way to do this?
In this video professors Mark Baldwin, Peter Cox, and Matt Collins, and Dr Angus Ferraro, from the department of mathematics in the University of Exeter talk through the controversial topic.
For more in-depth information on geoengineering, Dr Ferraro helped me make an episode of my crash course on climate physics: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=30zhNzdGzGs
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Series playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiZiIJMDh4ymv3vZSOqWnbZ6LCNUMdFiE
The COP21 website: http://www.cop21paris.org/
Prof Cox’s twitter: https://twitter.com/coxypm
Prof Baldwin’s twitter: https://twitter.com/Mark_Baldwin_UK
Prof Collins’ twitter: https://twitter.com/mat_collins
Dr Ferraro’s twitter: https://twitter.com/angusferraro
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