16.03.2017

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Christian Science Monitor: New CO2 record: Is it time to geoengineer our planet?

"Ever-rising CO2 concentrations have scientists searching for ways to buy humanity time to reduce carbon emissions."

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15.03.2017

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Climate Futures: The Rise of Geoengineering and its potential impacts for the Humanitarian Sector (documentation)

Documentation of the event. "Recording of a webinar on geoengineering hosted by the IFRC. The webinar featured Pablo Suarez from the Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre and Dr. David Keith, Professor of Applied Physics at Harvard University's School of Engineering."

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15.03.2017

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FCEA: Carbon Dioxide Removal/Negative Emissions Technology Workshop (documentation)

Documentation and presentation of the event. "On February 8, 2017, the Forum for Climate Engineering Assessment of American University’s School of International Service held a workshop on the potential role of carbon dioxide removal/negative emissions technologies in Berkeley, California. The event was co-sponsored by the Center for Science, Technology, Medicine & Society at the University of California-Berkeley and Lightworks at Arizona State University."

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15.03.2017

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International Business Times: Science Environment Geoengineering: What is it, how does it work and is it good or bad? Scientists have suggested various geoengineering projects to help limit global warming

"Scientists have suggested various geoengineering projects to help limit global warming."

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12.03.2017

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Historical Climatology: A Conversation with Dr. James Fleming: Geoengineering and the History of Atmospheric Science

"In this episode, Professors Degroot and Fleming  discuss how a plane crash launched Fleming's career, the deep history and future prospects of geoengineering, and the birth of modern atmospheric science in the early twentieth century."

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12.03.2017

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Pass Blue: Raising the Climate Change Battle to Geoengineer the Earth

Interviews also with NGOs. "“So here the question comes around in a different way,” he said. “Can we design a system that will be good for everybody; or, if it is not good for everybody, what can we do about that? These are the kind of governance challenges that our initiative is going to try to address.”"

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12.03.2017

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Deutschlandfunk: Cooling the climate with iron aerosols (German)

German radio broadcast on Franz Oeste's study on iron aerosols.

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12.03.2017

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Beyond One Degree: We can succeed, but humanity is about to choose to fail

"In this episode we meet Kevin Anderson, professor of Climate and Energy at the University of Manchester. Kevin talks about the widespread illusion that we can mitigate climate change within business as usual, small steps and some future technology. Instead the understanding that we have a carbon budget forces us to reduce the emissions of CO2 with about 10% per year, starting now."

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11.03.2017

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environmental research web: More diverse benefits from timber versus dedicated bioenergy plantations for terrestrial carbon dioxide removal

"Reducing atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations by way of large-scale enhancement of terrestrial carbon sinks is one climate engineering strategy that requires comprehensive scrutiny given its complexity, say Thomas O'Halloran and Ryan Bright."

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08.03.2017

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Call for Application: Summer School. Geoengineering the Climate (Bejing)

Deadline: 30. March 2017

"This the school will equip developing world researchers with the state-of-the-art simulation results on geoengineering, and the knowledge of how to use these results in their own studies. [...] Apply before March 30 by sending a 300 word explanation of your motivation for attending, and current CV. Also indicate if travel support is needed. For further information and applications please contact Prof. Moore's office, linzhu16@126.com."

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