Civil Society Statements

Below you will find statements made by other societal actors on Solar Geoengineering – this initiative is not affiliated with any civil society organisation or movement.

Some statements cover more than Solar Geoengineering, but our intention is focused on showing how civil society organisations have responded specifically to SRM discussions and intended experiments.

March, 2023
Don't geoengineer africa

Don’t Geoengineer Africa: A Warning Call from African Civil Society Organizations

Open letter from African environmental organisationsall African Heads of State and Ministers judging the insertion of geoengineering on the agenda of the upcoming preparatory expert meeting for the African Ministerial Conference on the Environment (AMCEN) as a dangerous attempt by pro-geoengineers to use AMCEN and exploit Africa to advance “one of the most controversial technologies conceivable”.

February, 2021

Regarding SCoPEx plans for test flights at the Swedish Space Corporation in Kiruna

Open letter from Swedish environmental organisations and the Saami Council, representing Saami indigenous peoples’ organisations in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Russia, to the SCoPEx Advisory Committee regarding SCoPEx plans for test flights at the Swedish Space Corporation in Kiruna, Sweden.

September, 2019

Position on Solar Radiation Modification (SRM)

Climate Action Network (CAN) is the world’s largest network of civil society organizations working together to promote government action to address the climate crisis, with more than 1500 members in over 130 countries.

October, 2018
Geoengineering Monitor

Manifesto Against Geoengineering