Vested Interests and Geoengineering Research

TitleVested Interests and Geoengineering Research
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2013
AuthorsLong, JCS, Scott, D
JournalIssues in Science & Technology
Volume29
Issue3
Pagination45-52
Date PublishedSpring2013
Publication Languageeng
ISBN Number07485492
KeywordsCLIMATOLOGY , ENVIRONMENTAL , FANATICISM , FEAR , FORTUNE
AbstractThe article focuses on the benefits and risks of geoengineering the climate. It presents strategies on how to build genuine trust among policymakers, scientists, and the public which include transparency, institutional design, and public deliberation. It explores the potential vested interests to be faced by societies globally as they begin to consider geoengineering research which include fear, fortune, and fanaticism.
NotesLONG, JANE C. S. 1; Email Address: janecslong@gmail.com SCOTT, DANE 2; Email Address: dane.scott@mso.umt.edu; Affiliation: 1: Principal associate director, large and fellow in the LLNL Center for Global Strategic Research for Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 2: Director of the Mansfield Ethics and Public Affairs Program, University of Montana; Source Info: Spring2013, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p45; Subject Term: ENVIRONMENTAL engineering; Subject Term: CLIMATOLOGY; Subject Term: FANATICISM; Subject Term: FEAR; Subject Term: FORTUNE; Number of Pages: 8p; Illustrations: 3 Color Photographs; Document Type: Article
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