02.03.2015

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Law Street: Climate Engineering is Not a Solution to Climate Change

"There are many potential problems with this concept, and hopefully it never comes to full fruition."

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02.03.2015

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OliPrice.com: Can We Fix Climate Change With Technology?

"Even worse, the longer the world waits to reduce the rate at which it burns fossil fuels, the more likely that governments will view geoengineering as the only option remaining to combat catastrophic effects of climate change."

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02.03.2015

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Jon and Aaron's Post Carbon Project Blog: What makes an effective Op-ED; A comparison

Response to Parker/Keith in Washington Post. "I would conclude in saying that I thought Parker and Keith wrote an effective article, with an easy to follow organization and just enough individual style and wit to capture the reader. I do not agree with everything that brought to light or some of their techniques, but that is why it is an opinion piece."

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01.03.2015

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Earth Day Network: Chemotherapy for the Climate-RFF Reviews Climate Engineering

"Ultimately, any geoengineering project will have to be supplemented by other measures, as even raising the albedo, or reflectivity, of the atmosphere will not be able to stop ocean acidification, trash pile-up, or any number of other difficulties which have emerged over the past several decades that have yet to be addressed. Overall, geoengineering is presented as a solution with harmful effects that nevertheless may be necessary in an emergency."

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01.03.2015

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The Ecologist: Survivable IPCC projections are based on science fiction - the reality is much worse

On CDR included in IPCC scenarioas. "The IPCC's 'Representative Concentration Pathways' are based on fantasy technology that must draw massive volumes of CO2 out of the atmosphere late this century, writes Nick Breeze - an unjustified hope that conceals a very bleak future for Earth, and humanity."

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01.03.2015

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Muscatine Journal: The hope or hoax of geoengineering

"There is a fine line between creative ingenuity and wishful thinking-between science and science fiction. We must stay the course and do the hard work on the roots of the problem. As a basis for policy and action today, the simple engineering solution does not exist."

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01.03.2015

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BBC Inside Science: Artificial Intelligence, Desalination, History of Forensics, Music from Cells

Radio broadcast on different technologies including CE (min 7:38 - 14:00).

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27.02.2015

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FCEA Blog: Measuring NGO Response to NAS Climate Intervention Reports – Rachael Somerville

"In the coming weeks, I’ll be studying whether or not these NGOs will release new statements in light of last week’s National Academy of Sciences National Research Council reports on the topic."

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27.02.2015

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NZZ: Experts warn against hasty intervention into the atmosphere (German)

Swiss newspaper article.

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27.02.2015

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FCEA Blog: The Limitations of a Human Rights Framework – Patrick Taylor Smith

Response to FCEA article by Brian Citro. "Human rights discourse is much better at diagnosis than at prioritization. [...] Human rights is only the beginning of the normative conversation and there is big role, going forward, for moral and political philosophy."

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