The panel will discuss that it will not be possible to limit the global temperature rise to 1.5°C without interventions, which means that in addition to lowering global greenhouse emissions, various forms of Solar Radiation Management and Greenhouse Gas Removal will be required.
Professor Hugh Hunt
Professor Hugh Hunt is Reader in Engineering at the Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, and Chair of the Cambridge Climate Lecture Series. He was Co-PI of the SPICE Project which investigated the feasibility of stratospheric aerosol injection for Solar Radiation Management (SRM). Hugh is a leader in public engagement for science and engineering and a recipient of the RAEng Rooke Award.
Anni Pokela is Project Manager at Operaatio Arktis, a youth-led science communication project based in Finland with the objective to preserve the Arctic sea ice. She is working to prevent Arctic tipping points by promoting socially just climate repair interventions. Anni is an experienced public speaker and has been involved with some of Finland's most influential climate campaigns.
Regina is a Climate Reality Program Director, Leader and Mentor based in New York City. She is also a GreenFaith Fellow and a LEED Green Associate.
Where: Press Conference Room 2 - Zone B6 - Building 77
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