OGP Research

There is a wide range of geoengineering research being conducted at the University of Oxford.

Some of this research is being conducted by the Oxford Geoengineering Programme, while other research is funded through two EPSRC/NERC funded projects – SPICE and IAGP.

The OGP has provided 'seedcorn' funding to help stimulate small projects in the area of geoengineering at the University of Oxford. A call for proposals was made in 2011 and three projects were selected and are now underway.  These projects are in the areas of:

  • Assessing proposals for cloud modification
  • Enhancing Oxford's role as a leader in geoengineering governance research
  • The engineering and and resource constraints of CDR

In addition to these projects OGP is engaged in three other research projects in areas of:

  • Geoengineering governance
  • Enhanced weathering
  • Ocean alkalinity enhancement

The OGP provides funding to two post-doctoral researchers whose work covers these three areas of research.

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