UPenn – Carbon Removal & Solar Geoengineering Through the Lens of Justice

Governance is defined as the structures, processes, and actions through which private and public actors interact to address societal goals. Good governance is deeply and directly tied to justice—a multifaceted concept that includes a complex set of principles. Decisionmakers must consider emerging climate intervention in the context of these principles to ensure equitable and responsible outcomes.

Carbon removal and solar geoengineering are extremely different but are tied to justice and governance in similar ways. In this presentation, Shuchi Talati delves into these two case studies—exploring how technologies might evolve while breaking away from unjust mechanisms. See what’s working and what’s not. Discover why a cross-sectoral effort is essential in addressing whether and how new technologies are built and where impacts are felt.


Nov 29 2022


12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

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Kleinman Center for Energy Policy
Kleinman Center for Energy Policy

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