Who are we? » Tim Kruger

Oxford Geoengineering Programme

Programme Manager, Oxford Geoengineering Programme

Tim is responsible for the day-to-day management and coordination of the programme.

He has a broad interest in the potential of proposed geoengineering techniques as a response to climate change, and in the governance issues associated with them.  

He has investigated in detail one potential geoengineering technique, that of adding alkalinity to the ocean as a way of enhancing its capacity to act as a carbon sink and to counteract the effects of ocean acidification.  He is also interested in how proper governance can ensure that any research in this field is undertaken in a responsible way.

Tim is one of the Authors of The Oxford Principles.

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