26.02.2013

# Media

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Science 2.0 Blog: Geoengineering By Committee? Time To Get Totalitarian

Critical response to Ricke, Katharine L.; et al. (2013). "Social authoritarianism may be the way to go"

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26.02.2013

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Project Syndicate: Can NASA Stop Global Warming?

"NASA’s international experience will enable researchers to explore the options fully, and to develop the most effective technologies for reducing this ongoing experiment’s risks."

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26.02.2013

# New Publications

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Luokkanen, M.; et al. (2013): Geoengineering, news media and metaphors: Framing the controversial (in press)

Luokkanen, M.; Huttunen, S.; Hilden, M. (2013): Geoengineering, news media and metaphors: Framing the controversial. In: Public Understanding of Science. (in press)

"We show that metaphors strengthen a policy-related storyline, while metaphors are rarer in purely descriptive accounts."

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22.02.2013

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Physorg: Geoengineering by coalition

Media response to Ricke, Katharine L.; et al. (2013). "This type of proposed solution carries with it a number of uncertainties, however, including geopolitical questions about who would be in charge of the activity and its goals."

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21.02.2013

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SkepticalScience.com: No alternative to atmospheric CO2 draw-down

"This article suggests that the current atmospheric CO2 level is already triggering amplifying feedbacks from the Earth system and therefore, in themselves, efforts at reduction in atmospheric CO2-emission are no longer sufficient to prevent further global warming"

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21.02.2013

# New Publications

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Hartmann, Jens; et al. (2013): Enhanced Chemical Weathering as a Geoengineering Strategy to Reduce Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide, a Nutrient Source and to Mitigate

Hartmann, Jens; West, Josh; Renforth, Phil; Köhler, Peter; La De Rocha, Christina L.; Wolf-Gladrow, Dieter A. et al. (2013): Enhanced Chemical Weathering as a Geoengineering Strategy to Reduce Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide, a Nutrient Source and to Mitigate Ocean Acidification. In: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society. DOI 10.1002/rog.20004 (accepted article)

"This review merges current interdisciplinary knowledge about Enhanced Weathering, the processes involved, and the applicability as well as some of the consequences and risks of applying the method."

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20.02.2013

# Political Papers

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Cefas: Brief Summary of Marine Geoengineering Techniques


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20.02.2013

# New Publications

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Svoboda (2013): Ethical and Technical Challenges in Compensating for Harm Due to Solar Radiation Management Geoengineering (forth coming)

Ethics paper. "[T]here is ethical uncertaintyregarding what principles should be used to determine responsibility and eligibility forcompensation, as well as determining how much compensation ought to be paid." (pre-print version)

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20.02.2013

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Organic Connections: Geoengineering and Global Food Production

Media response to Pongartz et al. on food supply.

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20.02.2013

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Green Optimistic: How Solar Radiation Management Can Stop Global Warming

Short article explaining basics of SRM.

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