The DSG Approach
Solar geoengineering (SG) research is growing in practice and relevance, yet the space remains deeply contentious. Without building pathways for civil society and policymakers in climate-vulnerable communities and nations to engage, misinformed and biased narratives will continue to dominate, the legitimacy of research will continue to be challenged, and research outcomes will be under-informed.
While there is wide acknowledgment that input from climate-vulnerable communities and nations should be centered in SG deliberation, there is little focus on how to do so meaningfully.
The Alliance for Just Deliberation (DSG) will engage in this critical question by building governance capacity, empowering policy engagement, developing more collaboration across regions, and leading a more inclusive conversation.
Building foundational knowledge, structures, and relationships
DSG is striving to work towards a globally participatory and inclusive governance system for solar geoengineering research and potential deployment
DSG’s latest articles
- Lessons from Organizing a Workshop on Solar Geoengineering in Pakistan
- Reflections from COP28 on our way to UNEA-6
- DSG Engagement Efforts in South Africa