03.12.2011

# Media

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Frankfurter Rundschau: A Sunshade for the Blue Planet (German Language)

The athmospheric scientist Mark Lawrence in an interview with the Frankfurter Rundschau on CE and climate politics.

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02.12.2011

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green wise: Geoengineering techniques need more study, says science coalition

Article on research policies and the report of the SRMGI.

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02.12.2011

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DAWN.com: Geoengineering could save Earth or destroy it

General article on CE with a focus on Durban conference and climate politics.

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01.12.2011

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the guardian: Geoengineering techniques need more study, says science coalition

"The Solar Radiation Management Governance Initiative says geoengineering could be 'plan B' for climate change"

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01.12.2011

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Bronson, Diana: A Trojan Hose for climate geoengineering

Chain Reaction Magazine with an article from Diana Bronson (ETC programm manager) on field experiments and the moratorium on CE.

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01.12.2011

# Calls & events

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University of Heidelberg: Interdisciplinary scenario game on climate change consequences

20. + 21.01.2012, Heidelberg/Germany

Interdisciplinary scenario game held by the University of Heidelberg. (German Language)

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01.12.2011

# New Publications

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Ferraro, A.; Highwood, E.; Charlton-Perez, A. J. (2011): Stratospheric heating by potential geoengineering aerosols

Ferraro, A.; Highwood, E.; Charlton-Perez, A. J. (2011): Stratospheric heating by potential geoengineering aerosols. In: Geophysical Research Letters (in press). doi:10.1029/2011GL049761

Climate modelling study of the stratospheric temperature response to aerosols of various compositions and size distributions.

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01.12.2011

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NY Times: How to Police Geoengineering?

Article about the new report of the SRMGI organized by The Royal Society. It discusses governance issues of SRM.

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01.12.2011

# Political Papers

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Royal Society: Solar radiation management: the governance of research

"The report, Solar radiation management: the governance of research, summarizes the opinions gathered and issues raised from international conferences and meetings bringing together this wide variety of stakeholders, including input from experts and organizations from 22 countries."

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01.12.2011

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RealClearMarkets: There's No Appetite For Kyoto II

Pointing out that a success in Durban/COP-17 is not very likely the article presents CE as plan B and discusses some cost issues.

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