February 2012

29.02.2012

# Media

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oilprice.com: The IPCC May Have Outlived its Usefulness - An Interview with Judith Curry

Interview: "We have just had the pleasure of interviewing the well known climatologist Judith A. Curry in order to get her thoughts on climate change, the IPCC, geo-engineering, and much more."

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29.02.2012

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Click Green: Time for a rethink on climate change, say top environmental economists

Article on the book in honor to Tom Shelling, saying that CE should be considered.

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29.02.2012

# New Publications

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Carr, Wylie A.; Preston, Christopher J.; et al. (2012): Public Engagement on Solar Radiation Management and Why it Needs to Happen Now

Carr, Wylie A.; Preston, Christopher J.; et al. (2012): Public Engagement on Solar Radiation Management and Why it Needs to Happen Now (in review process)

"We explore how public engagement exercises can contribute to the research, development, and governance of one branch of geoengineering, solar radiation management (SRM), in three key ways."

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29.02.2012

# New Publications

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Buck, Holly Jean (2012): Geoengineering: Re-making Climate for Profit or Humanitarian Intervention?

Jean Buck, Holly (2012): Geoengineering: Re-making Climate for Profit or Humanitarian Intervention? In: Development and Change 43 (1), S. 253–270.

Paper about funding and economics from a critical perspective.

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28.02.2012

# New Publications

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Hale, Benjamin (2012): The World that would have been: Moral Hazard Arguments against Geoengineering (preliminar publication)

Hale, Benjamin (2012): The World that would have been: Moral Hazard Arguments against Geoengineering (preliminar publication) - Forthcoming in Reflecting Sunlight: The Ethics of Solar Radiation Management. Ed. Christopher Preston. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.

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28.02.2012

# Calls & events

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Summer School on Climate Engineering 2012 in Oxford

20.8. - 25.08.2012

Third annual Summer School on Climate Engineering will be held in Oxford. Further news are coming soon.

 


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28.02.2012

# Projects

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Oxford Martin School: Oxford Geoengineering launched new web page

The Oxford Geoengineering Programme launched its new web page.

"The Oxford Geoengineering Programme was founded in 2010 as an initiative of the Oxford Martin School at the University of Oxford."


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27.02.2012

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Geoengineering Politics Blog: Environmental Audit Committee Hearing in the UK

Short report on the "Protecting the Arctic" hearing.

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27.02.2012

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Co.exist Blog: Chemotherapy For The Planet: Geoengineering As A Solution Of Last Resort

"Stanford scientist Ken Caldeira is busy working out models for a system to pump the atmosphere so full of sulfur that it cools the planet. It could have disastrous consequences--but would they be worse than total planetary destruction?"

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27.02.2012

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Yale Environment 360: Rethinking Carbon Dioxide: From a Pollutant to an Asset

Marc Gunther writing about CDR technologies. "Three startup companies led by prominent scientists are working on new technologies to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. The scientific community is skeptical, but these entrepreneurs believe the process of CO2 removal can eventually be profitable and help cool an overheating planet."

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