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* '''Harvard's Solar Geoengineering Research Program (SGRP):''' A group under the Harvard University Center for the Environment that aims to "further critical research on both the science and governance of solar geoengineering" by "advancing science and technology," "assessing efficacy and risks," and "laying out governance options and social implications." Website [https://geoengineering.environment.harvard.edu/home here].
 
* '''Harvard's Solar Geoengineering Research Program (SGRP):''' A group under the Harvard University Center for the Environment that aims to "further critical research on both the science and governance of solar geoengineering" by "advancing science and technology," "assessing efficacy and risks," and "laying out governance options and social implications." Website [https://geoengineering.environment.harvard.edu/home here].
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* '''Stratospheric Controlled Perturbation Experiment (SCoPEx):''' A Harvard research project that aims to "to advance understanding of stratospheric aerosols that could be relevant to solar geoengineering" by collecting empirical data on aerosol microphysics and atmospheric chemistry via a high-altitude balloon. Website [https://www.keutschgroup.com/scopex here].
 
   
 
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