15.07.2014

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Stockholm Resilience Centre: Planet tinkering reconsidered

Response to Barrett, Scott; et al. (2014). "Using sulphate aerosols to tackle dangerous climate change unlikely to be a game-changer"

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12.07.2014

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IEET: Geoengineering as a Human Right

"Geoengineering has come under attack recently by conspiracy theorists, scientists, to “greens.” [...] about the need for people to understand that geoengineering is a must, not only a must, but also a “human right.”"

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10.07.2014

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Glueping: Abrupt stop to geoengineering method

Response to McCusker, Kelly E.; et al. (2014). "The average range of climate change mitigation scenarios are discussed in Washington University researcher have found evidence of injection of sulphate particles into atmosphere for getting some reflection of Sunlight and with some effects of global warming can serve threat “if not maintained properly” supported by strict reduction in “Green House Gas -GHG” emission."

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10.07.2014

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Chimpreports: Can Geoengineering save Uganda Farmers from Climate Change?

"A part from the focus on scaling up enhanced land based carbon sequestration through adoption of conservation tillage, promotion of drought resistant varieties (for example, the success of sokedo sorghum), tackling biomass degradation through promotion of charcoal briquettes manufacturing and undertaking interventions to enhance data access and Knowledge dissemination on climate change adaptation to farmers, Uganda and Africa should look at possibility of geoengineering to save farmers and economies of this continent from  fangs of climate change."

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10.07.2014

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WGC Blog: Geoengineering will not go away because we are not talking about it

"I do not think that geo-engineering is the answer to climate change, but I do not think that ignoring its presence is helping us to fight climate change.  By ignoring that this very real conversation is happening makes us a different kind of climate change denier."

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08.07.2014

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21st Century Challenges: Geo-engineering

"Geo-engineering techniques have often been dismissed as pure science fiction, but more recently those previously against the idea of geo-engineering seem prepared to cautiously consider it as part of the solution."

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08.07.2014

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CEC 14 Blog: Three points for the great debate on climate engineering

"This thirst for cross-disciplinary exchange has been evident to me for several years in dialogue around this topic, and I was reminded of this again at the “Great Debate on Geoengineering” at the European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly, held in Vienna on May 1st, 2014."

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06.07.2014

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Wageningen University press release: Climate engineering offers little hope of mitigation

Press release for Barrett, Scott; et al. (2014). "Injecting particles into the stratosphere to shade and cool the Earth will never stop climate change. This is the shocking claim made in the July issue of Nature Climate Change by an international group of prominent scientists, including Dutchmen Marten Scheffer from Wageningen University and Aart de Zeeuw from Tilburg University."

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03.07.2014

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Power: Geoengineering: A Practical Climate Climate Work-Around or Just Plain Crazy?

"Faced with roadblocks to reducing greenhouse gas emissions via globally meaningful regulations or carbon pricing schemes, some scientists say it's time to consider even more drastic human intervention."

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03.07.2014

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Give Well Blog: Potential global catastrophic risk focus areas

Article on global catastrophic risks with a paragraph on CE. "Our conversations have led us to believe that there is significant scientific interest in conducting geoengineering research and that funding is an obstacle, but, as with biosecurity, we do not have a very detailed sense of what we might fund."

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