With rapidly rising global temperatures, the harm to people and nature is already too great. Signs that we are on the brink of triggering runaway global warming are increasing by the day, as the strain on major ecosystems reaches a new level of stress. Analysis shows that even a zero-emission pathway will not be enough alone to slow warming and avoid further devastation. This points to an urgent need to consider establishing an immediate way to cool the planet. Is reversing climate change a real possibility? What would it take to refreeze the Arctic and Antarctic ice to repair the climate?
Due to the recent increase in COVID risk this forum will be live streamed only. No in-person attendance will be permitted. Please use the live stream link for the event.
David Keith – Professor of Applied Physics, Harvard
Ye Tao – Principal Investigator, Rowland Institute at Harvard
Holly Jean Buck – Science Writer & Analyst
Moderated by Paul Barclay – ABC Broadcaster & Journalist