MIT's Climate CoLab has posted the livestream broadcast of the Geoengineering & Hydraulic Fracturing breakout session from last week's superb 2013 Crowds & Climate conference. I participated in the session virtually.
Our breakout session was very interesting and provocative. It featured intriguing proposals, with great co-panelists and presenters. However, the livestream - inexplicably, from a bit after the 32 minute mark on - is composed mostly of the view from my webcam. So, for far too much of the broadcast, I loom electronically like the Great and Powerful Oz. Just listen to the audio.