Understanding, tools, strategies, and methods required to effectively address Anthropogenic Climate Change

An “inverse School Strike” to provide the understanding, tools, strategies, and methods required to effectively address Anthropogenic Climate Change (ACC)*

This project contains what was formerly a “PhD Innovation” project and thesis titled:

Monitoring and Manipulating Freshwater Microalgae Communities to facilitate “Ecologically Responsible Geoengineering**” (ERG) and address major causes of Anthropogenic Climate Change

(*) all ACC, not just the enhanced greenhouse effect

(**) Not “band aid” geoengineering

Project team

  • Robert (Bob) Samuel Baker, Bachelor of Natural Resources with first class honours

Results to date

Publications

Developing an integrated renewable energy, water supply and carbon management system in Australia as an alternative to fossil fuelled systems
Samuel Baker
Honours thesis, University of New England, Australia
2009

Work in progress

An “inverse School Strike” to provide the understanding, tools, strategies, and methods required to effectively address Anthropogenic Climate Change (ACC)
Samuel Baker
Foreword
2023

Relevant domains and disciplines

Ecology

Climatology

Anthropogenic Climate Change

Geoengineering

Microbiology

Horticulture

Sociology

Anthropology

Cognitive Sciences

Participating organisations

  1. Autistic Collaboration Trust