Climate Engineering in Global Climate Governance: Implications for Participation and Linkage†

@article{Parson2013ClimateEI,
  title={Climate Engineering in Global Climate Governance: Implications for Participation and Linkage†},
  author={Edward A. Parson},
  journal={Transnational Environmental Law},
  year={2013},
  volume={3},
  pages={89 - 110}
}
  • E. Parson
  • Published 18 October 2013
  • Environmental Science
  • Transnational Environmental Law
Abstract The prospect of climate engineering (CE) – also known as geoengineering, referring to modification of the global environment to partly offset climate change and impacts from elevated atmospheric greenhouse gases – poses major, disruptive challenges to international policy and governance. If full global cooperation to manage climate change is not initially achievable, adding CE to the agenda has major effects on the challenges and risks associated with alternative configurations of… 

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