Just a quick reminder—there's still time to register for this great event. Seats are filling quickly though, so register today!
The Department of Atmospheric Sciences in the College of the Environment is pleased to invite you to the upcoming lecture: Engineering the Climate: Now or Never? featuring Professor Steve Rayner, Oxford University and Professor David Keith, Harvard University.
When: Monday, April 23, 2012 from 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Where: Kane Hall, Room 210, UW Seattle
Cost: The lecture is free and open to the public. Advanced registration is requested.
About the Lecture:
Geoengineering is a radical and controversial proposed solution to the problem of human-induced climate change involving the intersection of science, engineering, environmental ethics, governance, policy, and law. The College of the Environment is at the forefront of discussions on geoengineering. Professors Rayner and Keith will examine the feasibility of proposed geoengineering schemes, explain the need for more research, and discuss some of the critical aspects of how this research should be monitored. They will examine geoengineering not only as engineering but also will explore the complex sociopolitical implications of potential geoengineering activities that humankind will face in critically weighing its advantages and disadvantages.
For more information about the lecture and speakers, and to register, click here.