Stakeholder Partners

SRMGI recognizes that participation and input from a wide range of stakeholders is critical for well informed and diverse discussions.

Stakeholder partners bring a broad range of expertise to bear on deliberations, andĀ facilitate a wider conversation among scientists, civil society, policy experts, businesses and governments.

Role of Partners

The stakeholder role enables organizations to actively influence and inform the initiative, without any obligation to endorse any SRMGI activities. Stakeholder partners:

  • are free to back the initiative recommendations formally, but there will be no compulsion or pressure to do so
  • do not have to add their logos to initiative literature (unless they so desire)
  • do not have to provide funding to the initiative, beyond paying for representatives to attend SRMGI conferences, if possible. The Royal Society often seeks to secure funds to subsidize the participation at such events for organizations that otherwise might not be able to attend
  • are free to pursue work on geoengineering outside of the SRMGI

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Partners List

Organization Location Contact
African Centre for Technology Studies (ACTS) Kenya Professor Judi Wakhungu
Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies (BCAS) Bangladesh Dr. Atiq Rahman
Carbon War Room UK Mr. Peter Boyd
Center for Study of Science, Technology and Policy (CSTEP) India Dr. Anshu Bharadwaj
Centre for the International Governance Innovations (CIGI) Canada Dr. Jason Blackstock
Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) China Professor Lu Daren
Climate Network Africa Kenya Mr. Fanuel Tolo
Climate Response Fund USA Dr. Margaret Leinen
EcoLogic Germany Dr. Ralph Bodle
Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) USA Dr. Steven Hamburg
Forum for Environment Ethiopia Mr. Negusu Aklilu
Globe International UK Mr. Terry Townshend
Greenpeace Netherlands Dr. David Santillo
InterAcademy Panel Italy Dr. Bernie Jones
International Institute for Applied System Analysis (IIASA) Austria Dr. Fabian Wagner
International Risk Governance Council (IRGC) Switzerland Dr. Marie-Valentine Florin
National Association of Professional Environmentalists (NAPE) Uganda Mr. Geoffrey Kamese
National Commission on Energy Policy (NCEP) USA Mr. Sasha Mackler
Red Cross/Red Crescent Climate Centre Switzerland Dr. Maarten Van Aalst
Stockholm Environment Institute Sweden Ms. Clarisse Kehler Siebert
Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) Pakistan Ms. Javeriya Hassan
Swedish Science Academy Sweden Professor Henning Rodhe
The Royal Society UK Professor John Shepherd FRS
The World Academy of Sciences (TWAS) Italy Dr. Peter McGrath
World Academy of Arts and Sciences Global Mr. Geoffrey Hamer
WWF UK UK Mr. Jon Taylor

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