25.04.2018

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Panel Discussion: Are Geo-engineering and Carbon Dioxide Removal Essential to Meeting the Paris Target?

25. April 2018, Monterey / USA

"Join Dr. Katharine Mach, senior research scientist and director of the Stanford Environment Assessment Facility, and Dr. Wil Burns, Co-Founder and Co-Director of the Forum for Climate Geo-Engineering Assessment as they discuss innovative approaches to the issue of climate change."

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26.04.2018

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Conference: Reversapalooza. A summit to jumpstart a new carbon removal marketplace

26.-27. April 2018, Seattle / USA

"Reversapalooza is an invite-only summit that will convene organizations and people who want to participate in, benefit from or play a role in shaping a breakthrough voluntary carbon dioxide removal marketplace built on blockchain technology. The summit is for all who are willing to roll up their sleeves and be at the ground floor of launching a new trackable and cost-effective way to facilitate and pay for removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. We’ll talk, listen and collaborate (with breakfast and lunch, of course) and hopefully empower people like you who believe in making large-scale carbon removal a reality."

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22.05.2018

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Conference: International Conference on Negative CO2 Emissions

22. - 24. May 2018, Gothenburg / Sweden

"The purpose of the conference is to bring together a wide range of scientists, experts and stakeholders, in order to engage in various aspects of research relating to negative CO2 emissions. This will include various negative emission technologies, climate modelling, climate policies and incentives."

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21.07.2018

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Lecture: The National Security Implications of Solar Geoengineering: An Australian Perspective

21. July 2018, Brisbane / Australia

Presentation at the 25th World Congress of Political Science. "This paper seeks to explore the main national security implications for Australia if a regional state, or group of states, decide to begin a solar geoengineering program. It will restrict its discussion to the international security, diplomatic and foreign policy implications; although there are clearly also serious ecological and agricultural concerns. The analysis proceeds in four parts."

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22.08.2018

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Panel: Climate Engineering: Ethical and Political Concerns

22. August 2018, Hamburg / Germany

Panel at the ECPR General Conference. "The point of this panel is to explore some of the ethical and political hurdles that specific climate engineering technologies will have to overcome if they are ever to justifiably comprise part of our response to anthropogenic climate change."

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