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David Keith

David Keith, Gordon McKay Professor of Applied Physics and Professor of Public Policy at Harvard University, is author of A Case for Climate Engineering.

The divestment movement’s moral clarity entails a risk if advocates shift from demonizing fossil fuels to demonizing the people who dig them up. 

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Harvard climate scientist David Keith leads a discussion about his new book, A Case for Climate Engineering, explaining climate engineering as a tool to combat global warming. He is joined by MIT political scientists Kenneth Oye and Stephen Van Evera. 

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Keith explores a challenging proposal; climate engineering is no silver bullet.

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We must choose between alternate futures.

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