Plan B: Flood the Desert

The idea is “risky, unproven, even unlikely to work,” according to Y Combinator. But if it did work, it could slow climate change. By James

Study suggests Earth may enter Hothouse Climate State

Earth could spiral into a ‘Hothouse’ state even if we reduce CO2 emissions, warns report Read the study paper Tipping Elements – the

The Secrets of Capturing Carbon with Soils

Negative emissions from soil management. Speaker: Pete Smith (May 2018) Pete Smith is the Professor of Soils and Global Change at the Institute of Biological

Julian Assange on Climate Engineering Geoengineering, or more precise, climate engineering, this topic has been around since a decade, edging ever closer to the mainstream as carbon pollution rises.

Kevin Anderson: Delivering on 2 Degrees

As part of the ‘Delivering on 2 degrees’ talks and debate evening organised by the Carbon Neutral University Network, Kevin talks about the Paris Agreement