How technological ideas should achieve the SDGs

How technological ideas should achieve the SDGs

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Marc Buckley is an advocate for the SDGs, Member of the Expert
Network for the World Economic Forum for Innovation, Climate
Change, Agriculture, Food, and Beverages, an international
climate speaker and much more. I will speak with him togehter
with Lothar Stadler, Chief Commercial Officer of
Imhotep.Industries about the climate crisis, the SGDs and the
importance of fresh water. Other topics were also:

- the 3rd part of the sixth IPCC report

- the potential of meat cultured from cells

- what role vertical farming could play

- why clean water is an SDG

- how Imhotep.Industries harvests drinking water from the air

- how far the development of the Phantor has come

- the potential of technical solutions to end water scarcity

- more solutions for a more sustainable life

- how global warming can be stopped

- what's next for the Phantor

- whether the SDGs can still be achieved by 2030

Editorial comment on the IPCC and geoengineering:

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) included the
issue of geoengineering in the Summary for Policymakers of its
Working Goup I on AR5 published in 2013. A distinction is made
between carbon dioxide removal/CDR technologies and solar
radiation management/SRM.

In the March 2022 Summary for Policymakers of his Working Group
II on AR6, the researchers noted to SMR: 
"Solar radiation modification approaches, if they were to be
implemented, introduce a widespread range of new risks to people
and ecosystems, which are not well understood (high confidence).
Solar radiation modification approaches have potential to offset
warming and ameliorate some climate hazards, but substantial
residual climate change or overcompensating change would occur at
regional scales and seasonal timescales (high confidence). Large
uncertainties and knowledge gaps are associated with the
potential of solar radiation modification approaches to reduce
climate change risks. Solar radiation modification would not stop
atmospheric CO2 concentrations from increasing or reduce
resulting ocean acidification under continued anthropogenic
emissions (high confidence)."

Mehrmals wöchentlich sprechen Jakob, Jasmin, Georg, Oliver und
Marcel mit Gründer:innen, Investor:innen, Expert:innen,
Wissenschaftler:innen und Politiker:innen über die Themen
Digitalisierung, Technologie, Startups und Klimaschutz. Die
Themen sind als vertiefende Gespräche zu aktuellen News, die es
bei Tech & Nature und Trending Topics zu
lesen gibt.

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