In recent search for more information related to Geoengineering, I came across an interesting name and and interesting bio based at the University of Sussex in the United Kingdom. A Doctor Rose Cairns, whom is a Research Fellow in the University of Sussex as included in her bio, incorporated verbiage in her bio that indicates she is actively working on assessing Geoengineering projects and their impact on our environment. This is just another smoking gun in the long litany of mounting evidence that Geoengineering is real and there is no policing of what is being sprayed into our atmosphere.
Within her information regarding her research, she states that her research includes, “methods that facilitate more deliberative approaches to environmental governance”. Although she addresses other issues in a more “politically correct” manner, it is evident by reading her articles that she is indeed walking lightly over certain areas pertaining to how Geoengineering is implemented. After all, if our weather comes in the form of changes in our atmosphere, it only makes sense that the atmosphere must be manipulated in order to manipulate the weather.
Here for your perusal is Dr. Cairns’ curriculum vitae:
Dr Rose Cairns
|Post:||Research Fellow (SPRU – Science Policy Research Unit, The Sussex Energy Group)|
|Location:||JUBILEE BUILDING JUB-325|
|International:||+44 1273 873603|
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I have been a Research Fellow at the Science and Technology Policy Research Unit (SPRU) at the University of Sussex since 2012. I am a member of the Sussex Energy Group, and am affiliated with the STEPS Centre (Social, Technological and Environmental Pathways to Sustainability). I am coordinator of the Nexus Network, an interdisciplinary initiative funded by the ESRC bringing together researchers, policy makers, business leaders and civil society to develop collaborative projects and improve decision making on food, energy, water and the environment http://thenexusnetwork.org/
I am interested in the theory and practice of inter-disciplinary research for sustainability, science and technology policy, knowledge politics and environmental governance. My most recent research has focused on the social, geopolitical and ethical implications of the growing interest in technological manipulations of the climate and climatic processes as a response to climate change (a set of proposals known collectively as climate geoengineering). This work was carried out as part of the Climate Geoengineering Governance Research Project (CGG), a multi-disciplinary collaboration between the universities of Sussex, UCL and Oxford, which aims to carry out robust research to inform governance of the range of geoengineering approaches http://geoengineering-governance-research.org/
Prior to joining SPRU, I worked as a post-doctoral research assistant at Leeds University, examining the role of boundary organisations in climate governance. In 2011 I completed an inter-disciplinary PhD on conservation politics on the Galapagos Islands, also at the University of Leeds. Prior to embarking on my PhD I worked for a number of years in the environmental NGO sector.