Jason Blackstock

Jason J. Blackstock focused on evaluating the scientific, political and economic implications of climate engineering (geoengineering) concepts aimed at limiting the negative consequences of climate change caused by greenhouse gas emissions.

Blackstock received his PhD in Physics (2005) from the University of Alberta.

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Funding: IIASA Postdoctoral Program

Nationality: Canadian

Program: Risk and Resilience Program

Dates: September 2008 – December 2012

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Sutherland WJ, Bellingan L, Bellingham JR, & Blackstock JJ (2012). A collaboratively-derived science-policy research agenda. PLoS ONE 7 (3): e31824. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0031824.

Blackstock JJ & Long JCS (2010). Shifting the debate on geoengineering - Response (in "Letters"). [[Science]], 328(5979):691 (7 May 2010)

Blackstock JJ & Long JCS (2010). The politics of geoengineering. Science 327 (5965) DOI:10.1126/science.1183877.

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