30.01.2014

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The Voice of Russia: Geoengineering, another haven for climate change denial

Artile on the Keith-Hamilton debate.

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30.01.2014

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WGC Blog: Guest Post- Tina Johnson, Energy Action Coalition – A Call for Engagement by Environmental Justice Groups in the Geoengineering Conversation

"It is no longer prudent for the environmental movement to think of geoengineering as a closeted secret of quack scientists or something out of an Isaac Asimov novel. [...] There is an urgency that is required of the environmental movement to talk about what failure to win on mitigation or adaptation on a large scale, in meaningful ways, could likely result in – geoengineering/climate engineering of the environment as the only option."

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23.01.2014

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IASS Potsdam: Video 'Engineering the Climate?'

Info video.

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22.01.2014

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Nature News: Rock’s power to mop up carbon revisited

On enhanced weathering. "Experts push for more research into olivine weathering."

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21.01.2014

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Video: James Fleming with A Brief History of Weather and Climate Controle

Fleming explaining CE history.

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20.01.2014

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Scientific American: Geoengineering May Be Our Best Chance to Save Sea Ice

"Is there a geoengineering technique that would cool the entire planet? Is there a way to cool only the Arctic in summer, to keep sea ice from disappearing?"

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20.01.2014

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Washington Geoengineering Consortium (WGC): Climate Geoengineering Timeline

Timeline of CE events and research.

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20.01.2014

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Reuters: Focus on Poverty: geoengineering isn’t worth the risk

"But the implications of such grandiose engineering projects are far from clear. So, as well as considering the statutory regulation of geoengineering research, policymakers should think over the ethics of investing in such strategies — given their uncertainty, would the money be better spent elsewhere?"

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19.01.2014

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Geoengineering Politics Blog: IPCC Acknowledges Likely Need for CDR, Al Gore Unloads

"According to news accounts, the draft summary recognizes the possible necessity of CDR in the future, noting that if the world breaches the 2C threshold, governments will probably need to "deploy CDR technologies to an extent that net global carbon dioxide emissions become negative" this century."

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17.01.2014

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Living on Earth: The Pros and Cons of Geoengineering

Keith-Hamilton-debate as audio and transcript. "David Keith from Harvard University and Clive Hamilton of Charles Sturt University in Australia debate the case for each side with host Steve Curwood."

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