Could geoengineering help us solve the climate crisis?

Posted on: Mon 24 Feb 2020

The prospect of engineering the world’s climate system to tackle global warming is becoming more and more likely. And yet many of us don’t understand what geoengineering is and are unable to participate in debates about its future use.

Kerryn Brent is a lecturer at the Adelaide Law School. She spoke with Packed Lunch about the meaning of geoengineering and its potential role in responding to the climate crisis.



Produced by Peter Burdon.

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