My name is Holly Jean Buck.
I wrote a book about best and worst-case scenarios for deliberately intervening in the climate — and why we should re-imagine carbon removal technologies. It's called After Geoengineering.
Read excerpts in the MIT Tech Review or Longreads.
Reviews can be found in the Hong Kong Review of Books, New Socialist, Issues in Science and Technology, and Nature.
A progressive vision for carbon removal /
The tragic omissions of governance by curve /
Pandemic Politics — Lessons for Solar Geoengineering / Communications Earth and Environment
Current position: assistant professor in the Dept. of Environment & Sustainability at the University at Buffalo in Buffalo, New York.
To check out my research, see Google Scholar.
If you'd like to learn more about what I do,
collaborate, or read a paper,
please be in touch.