18.10.2012

# New Publications

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Williamson, Phillip; et al. (2012): Ocean fertilization for geoengineering: a review of effectiveness, environmental impacts and emerging governance

Williamson, Phillip; Wallace, Douglas W.R; Law, Cliff S.; Boyd, Philip W.; Collos, Yves; Croot, Peter et al. (2012): Ocean fertilization for geoengineering: a review of effectiveness, environmental impacts and emerging governance. In: Process Safety and Environmental Protection. DOI 10.1016/j.psep.2012.10.007  (in press)

"Fertilization using iron can increase the uptake of CO2 across the sea surface. But most of this uptake is transient; long-term sequestration is difficult to assess."

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18.10.2012

# New Publications

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Minteer, Ben A. (2012): Geoengineering and Ecological Ethics in the Anthropocene

Minteer, Ben A. (2012): Geoengineering and Ecological Ethics in the Anthropocene. In: BioScience 62 (10), S. 857–858. DOI 10.1525/bio.2012.62.10.2

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18.10.2012

# Media

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redOrbit: Solar Management Needs Depend On Uncertain Factor Climate Sensitivity

Media response to Smith/Rasch 2012.

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18.10.2012

# Media

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'As it Happens' about the iron fertilization experiment

Radio broadcast on the latest iron fertilization experiment including an interview with John Disney.

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18.10.2012

# Media

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scienceBlogs: World’s biggest geoengineering experiment ‘violates’ UN rules?

Discussion of the guardian article. "Or Controversial US businessman’s iron fertilisation off west coast of Canada contravenes two UN conventions, says the Graun."

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17.10.2012

# Calls & events

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4th CE-newsletter available

The fourth climate engineering newsletter is available here.


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16.10.2012

# Media

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the guardian: World's biggest geoengineering experiment 'violates' UN rules

"Controversial US businessman's iron fertilisation off west coast of Canada contravenes two UN conventions"

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16.10.2012

# Media

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IndiaVision: Climate engineering to reverse global warming may impact biodiversity: Experts

General information about the CBD meeting.

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13.10.2012

# Media

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ScienceBlog: Earth sunblock only needed if planet warms easily

"Most theoretical studies have examined this strategy by itself, in the absence of looking at simultaneous attempts to reduce emissions."

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13.10.2012

# Media

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The Futurist Blog: Exxon-Mobil's "Geo-Engineering" Discourse Is Just More Futurological Greenwashing

Article about Exxon_Mobil's position on CE and its influence on climate change debate.

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