SRMGI is pleased to announce that six DECIMALS projects will be continuing their research until the end of 2023. The DECIMALS projects started in 2018 and they have already begun to change the face of global SRM research.
SRMGI’s approach to capacity-building around SRM was singled out for commendation in a Nature editorial this week.
In September 2019, SRMGI’s Director, Andy Parker, was invited to present to the panel of the US National Academy of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine (NASEM).
On 11 March 2021, another global milestone for SRM evaluation was reached when the Jamaican DECIMALS team published the first SRM research paper from the Caribbean region. It was also the first paper from a Small Island Developing State.
On 5 March 2021, SRMGI and the Center for Research in Climate Change and Global Warming (CRCC) of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Basic Sciences (IASBS) based in Zanjan co-organised the first participatory workshop on SRM (virtually) held in Iran.
In his new book How to Spend a Trillion Dollars, science journalist Rowan Hooper explores how a trillion dollars might be spent on reducing suffering and encouraging human flourishing around the world.
In June, Beninese oceanographer Dr Casimir Y. Da-Allada was lead author on the first SRM modelling paper to come from a Least Developed Country. We recently had a chance to catch up with him.
SRMGI planned to hold its second Global Forum in Berlin, Germany on 5 and 6 October 2020. In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, it was decided to postpone the Global Forum to Spring 2021.