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Climate Geoengineering: What Could It Mean for Human and Ocean Life?

Holly Buck

So much carbon has been put into the atmosphere that climate change modelers assume we will develop technologies for sucking carbon out of the atmosphere. On the current trajectory of carbon emissions, the risks of global warming are so severe that some scientists are even researching ways of blocking incoming sunlight to cool the earth. But these “climate engineering” approaches to curb climate risks have risks of their own. In this talk, science writer Holly Jean Buck will discuss the possibilities of climate engineering approaches to limiting or reversing climate impacts, and what they could mean for human communities and our oceans.

Buck is a researcher at UCLA’s Institute of the Environment and Sustainability. She completed a Ph.D. on environmental sociology and emerging technologies at Cornell University.

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Event Information
When Thursday, Jun 28, 2018 | 7:00 PM–8:30 PM
Cost $5 for public; FREE for Aquarium members, seniors age 62 and up, teachers, and students with valid ID and advanced reservations.
Tickets You can purchase tickets online for this lecture. You will need to select the option from the menu, correct time, and date on the following pages. Seniors age 62 and up, teachers, and students attending for free can also reserve seats online.
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