The public remain uninformed and wary of climate engineering

  title={The public remain uninformed and wary of climate engineering},
  author={Daniel P. Carlisle and Pamela M. Feetham and Malcolm J. Wright and D. A. Teagle},
  journal={Climatic Change},
  • Daniel P. Carlisle, Pamela M. Feetham, +1 author D. A. Teagle
  • Published 2020
  • Political Science
  • Climatic Change
  • International CO 2 emissions reduction commitments are insufficient to avert damaging global warming and imperil a sustainable future. Climate engineering approaches are increasingly proposed as near-term intervention strategies, but deployment of these controversial techniques will require careful engagement with and the support of the public. New quantitative measurements of public perceptions for six climate engineering approaches show that the public of the United Kingdom (UK), United… CONTINUE READING

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