Fixing the Climate? How Geoengineering Threatens to Undermine the SDGs and Climate Justice
Linda Schneider ()
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Linda Schneider: Heinrich Boell Foundation
Development, 2019, vol. 62, issue 1, 29-36
Abstract Geoengineering—large-scale technological interventions in the Earth’s natural processes and ecosystems promoted to counteract some of the symptoms of climate change—threaten to undermine the achievement of SDGs and climate justice. Both Carbon Dioxide Removal and Solar Radiation Management schemes are bound to exacerbate concomitant socio-ecological and socio-economic global crises, deepen societal dependence on technocratic elites and large-scale technological systems and create new spaces for profit and power for new and old economic elites.
Keywords: Carbon Dioxide Removal; Solar Radiation Management; Climate change; Agenda 2030; Ecosystems (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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