06.07.2015

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Following Science, Writing to Society Blog: What is the Biggest Hurdle to Solving Climate Change using Geoengineering?

"This post will weigh current research against each of these concerns in order to attempt to discover which are most pressing and suggest possible avenues of action to make this proposed theory into a real, global solution to climate change."

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04.07.2015

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the guardian: New study warns of dangerous climate change risks to the Earth’s oceans

Study not on CE but includes a comment. "The study also makes a critical and often-overlooked point. Some people believe geoengineering is a better or more practical solution than curbing our carbon pollution. Geoengineering proposals often involve slowing global warming by reducing the amount of sunlight absorbed by the Earth, for example by pumping sulfur high into the atmosphere, or putting large mirrors into orbit."

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03.07.2015

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University of Oxford: Videos on Geoengineering

Verious videos on climate engineering of University of Oxford / Oxford Martin School.

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03.07.2015

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Forum for Climate Engineering Assessment: Climate Geoengineering Timeline

Timeline of CE events prepared by the Forum on Climate Geoengineering Assessment.

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29.06.2015

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New Blog for the CE Research Symposium in Berlin

"This blog aims to facilitate contributions to the debate and prepare participants for lively and informed discussions during the symposium. You will find blog articles on all five symposium sessions here, and all blog contributions are additionally open for comments."

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29.06.2015

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Institute for Energy Research: Nordhaus Unwittingly Shows Flaws in Case for Carbon Tax

"What is fascinating is that if you go to the actual book review and read the full discussion, you will see that Nordhaus wonders whether scientists should even be conducting cursory experiments to learn more about geoengineering options."

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25.06.2015

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Huffington Post: An Interview with Sara Terry on Effectively Documenting Climate Change

"Sara Terry is a media force of nature; an award-winning filmmaker, documentary photographer, and journalist. [...] Terry: [...] I dove deep into geo-engineering for a while, because I was fascinated by all the work that's going on in that field to try to adapt to climate change - and because it's very controversial among climate change researchers. "

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25.06.2015

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the guardian: Jurassic World: Frankenstein for the 21st Century?

On CE and other technologies. "Jack Stilgoe: I was speaking yesterday at the Circling the Square conference in Nottingham and asked to say something about responsible innovation. Here’s the gist of what I said. I’ve been told to issue a SPOILER ALERT!, although I don’t think I’m giving away much of Jurassic World in harvesting its narrative."

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16.06.2015

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Geoengineering Monitor: Net Zero is not Zero: Inside the G7’s dystopian decarbonization scheme

"Last week in Germany the “Group of 7″ countries (Canada, Japan, USA, Germany, United Kingdom, France, and Italy) declared that “deep cuts in global greenhouse gas emissions are required with a decarbonisation of the global economy over the course of this century.” Many interpreted this as a call to phase out fossil fuels by the end of the century. This interpretation deserves a closer look."

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15.06.2015

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Harvard Kennedy School: David Keith, Shaking the Establishment

"Environmental hero. Techno-optimist. Madman. David Keith, professor of public policy, has been called many things, but “unoriginal thinker” isn’t one of them."

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