June 2013

30.06.2013

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Institute of Hazard, Risk and Resilience Blog: The Science of Climate and Geo-engineering… and more

Article discussion different CE technologies including ocean pipes.

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30.06.2013

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Greenpeace Switzerland: Geo-Engineering would change our relationship to nature completely (German)

German/swiss interview with James Fleming.

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28.06.2013

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PIK: Carbon Dioxide Removal: Assessing potentials - and risks

Press release from the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impacts Research (PIK) about their research on CDR.

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28.06.2013

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The Breakthrough: Time to Embrace Geoengineering. Beyond Planetary Boundaries

"Climate change and geoengineering are two faces of the same coin, and our responses to them bring competing views of the future into sharp focus. We can live forever within planetary boundaries set by nature, or we can transcend boundaries and flourish into the deep future."

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28.06.2013

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27.06.2013

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NRP: This Climate Fix Might Be Decades Ahead Of Its Time

About Peter Eisenberger and CDR. "A few scientists have been dreaming about ways to pull some of that CO2 out of the air, but face stiff skepticism and major hurdles. This is the story of one scientist who's pressing ahead."

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27.06.2013

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straigt.com: Harper's Conservatives look at geoengineering to stop global warming

"Newly declassified documents suggest Stephen Harper’s Conservative government is taking climate change more seriously than many critics have alleged. However, environmental advocates say its approach remains troubling."

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27.06.2013

# New Publications

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Latham, John; et al. (2013): Can marine cloud brightening reduce coral bleaching?

Latham, John; Kleypas, Joan; Hauser, Rachel; Parkes, Ben; Gadian, Alan (2013): Can marine cloud brightening reduce coral bleaching? In Atmos. Sci. Lett., pp. n/a. DOI 10.1002/asl2.442.

"We use a Global Climate Model to examine the potential of marine cloud brightening (MCB) to cool oceanic surface waters in three coral reef provinces."

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26.06.2013

# New Publications

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Cairns, Rose (2013): Examining framings of geoengineering using Q methodology

Cairns, Rose (2013): Examining framings of geoengineering using Q methodology (CGG Working Papers, 002).

"This study aims to contribute to understandings of ways in which variously envisaged approaches to ‘geoengineering’ of the global climate are currently being framed."

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26.06.2013

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Geoengineering Politics Blog: Senior Canadian Government Meeting Looked at Geoengineering

Comment on the latest article in Ottawa Citizen.

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