312 Climate Diplomacy

Eddy Perez, who worked in the IPCC in Geneva and now in Climate Action Network, discusses the need for more accountability of states and oil companies.


  • Eddy Perez


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There’s a lot of research that is REALLY needed in order to make sensible decisions about such things as brightening the clouds or spewing sulfur into the atmosphere or sprinkling iron filings into the ocean. The trouble is, the organizations making decisions about funding such research do not collaborate and decide who should fund what kind of work. There needs to be more cooperation to decide what has to be discovery with what degree of urgency. the IPCC ought to be making such recommendations. I hope that someone brings the subject up this fall in Glasgow.

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