Monday June

8:00 Registration

8:30 Welcome Ralph Cicerone, National Academy of Sciences

8:45 Meeting Overview—Day 1: "Getting the Issues on the Table"

Pamela Matson, Stanford University

9:00 Survey of Geoengineering Options (Including Estimates of Effectiveness, Risk, and Cost)

Ken Caldeira, Carnegie Institution

9:40 Engineering: Important Questions, State of Knowledge, and Major Uncertainties Related to Selected Geoengineering Options

David Keith, University of Calgary

10:20 Break

10:50 Physical Science: Important Questions, State of Knowledge, and Major Uncertainties Related to Selected Geoengineering Options

Daniel Schrag, Harvard University

11:30 Terrestrial Ecosystems, Complexity, and Geoengineering

Tony Janetos, University of Maryland

12:00 Working Lunch (Informal Discussion)

1:00 From Research to Field Testing and Deployment: Ethical Issues Raised By Geoengineering (Panel Discussion)

Martin Bunzl, Rutgers University (Moderator) Stephen Gardiner, University of Washington Dale Jamieson, New York University William Travis, University of Colorado

2:00 Governance and Geoengineering: Who Decides and How (Panel Discussion)

Granger Morgan, Carnegie Mellon University (Moderator) John Steinbruner, University of Maryland Jason Blackstock, IIASA Jay Apt, Carnegie Mellon University

3:00 Assignments/instructions to breakout groups and 20-minute break

3:30 Breakout Session 1 All Participants

5:30 Adjourn for the day

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