SPUR Lunchtime Forum: Save the planet! (or plan B)

"Ken Caldeira, of the Carnegie Institution for Science’s Department of Global Ecology at Stanford University—one of the world’s leading scientists in climate change—presents policy-relevant science to help solve the carbon-climate problem. Hear about carbon-neutral energy for economic growth and environmental preservation—and the back up plan: goengineering. Beyond numerous scientific journals, he’s written for The New Yorker and The New York Times, contributed to reports that won the Nobel Peace Prize, has testified before Congress and the British Parliament and will organize a session on geoengineering in Copenhagen."


The Copenhagen Moment

October 24, 2009, Bay Street in San Francisco: Riders traverse one potential future shoreline I’ll be leaving in ten days for Scandinavia, and will be sending reports to sf.streetsblog on the upcoming Climate Change conference (known as COP15) and the massive demonstrations that are expected to surround it. I’ve been to Copenhagen (my mother was […]