The Oxford Geoengineering Programme was established to bring together expertise and research relevant to geoengineering from across the University of Oxford. The programme seeks to increase interdisciplinary links between such research, and to act as an information gateway about geoengineering between Oxford researchers and to the diverse groups of people with interest in geoengineering.
There are a number of people involved in geoengineering research at the University of Oxford. Some of them are directly affiliated with the Oxford Geoengineering Programme, which is funded by the Oxford Martin School, while others are working on the IAGP and SPICE projects, which are funded through EPSRC and NERC.
Organisation of the programme is overseen by a Programme Manager (Tim Kruger) and a Board of Directors whose academic backgrounds represent a range of relevant research disciplines:
More information about the Oxford academics involved in geoengineering research can be found by clicking on the links to the left.