Climate Engineering

There is no question that a rapid increase in the earth's temperature will have significant consequences for our environment and health, as well as our economic and physical security. As a result, the majority of countries have committed to serious mitigation initiatives. Scientists are beginning to experiment with a wide range of technologies, which are sometimes lumped together under the ill-defined umbrella term "climate engineering." The deliberate and large-scale interference in the Earth's climate system is known as climate engineering or geoengineering. Solar geoengineering, also known as solar radiation control, is the most common type of climate engineering. To restrict or reverse human-caused climate change, solar geoengineering, or solar radiation modification, would reflect some sunlight (solar radiation) back to space.

  • Carbon dioxide removal
  • Reducing GHG concentrations
  • Solar geoengineering
  • Issues
Committee Members
Speaker at Euro-Global Climate Change Conference 2023 - Marte Gutierrez

Marte Gutierrez

University Transportation Center for Underground Transportation Infrastructure (UTC-UTI), United States
Speaker at Euro-Global Climate Change Conference 2023 - Azzeddine Oudjehane

Azzeddine Oudjehane

Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Canada
Speaker at Euro-Global Climate Change Conference 2023 - Gareth B Neighbour

Gareth B Neighbour

School of Engineering & Innovation The Open University, United Kingdom
EGCCC 2023 Speakers
Speaker at Euro-Global Climate Change Conference 2023 - Gisela Cebrian Bernat

Gisela Cebrian Bernat

Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Spain

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