Researchers familiar with Carnegie history in eugenics are unlikely to be surprised by C2G alignment with United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and Carnegie Council leadership in geoengineering funding and governance. -ZG
Authors: Felgenhauer, T., Bala, G., Borsuk, M., Brune, M., Camilloni, I., Wiener, J.B., Xu, J.
“New governance institutions or mechanisms may be needed to restrain harmful or unjust use of SRM, ensure that any deployment is beneficial and just, and assess and minimize any countervailing harms. Existing international governance aimed at addressing climate change and its impacts may offer some useful mechanisms, but currently appears to be inadequately designed for addressing SRM and its distinctive characteristics. As an attempt to restrain the imposition of global risks through hasty or unwise action, governance of SRM may be more analogous to arms control agreements than environmental treaties.” -p.46 LINK
This report was commissioned and funded by the Carnegie Climate Governance Initiative (C2G) which is an initiative of the Carnegie Council for Ethics and International Affairs (CCEIA).