19.02.2017

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Center for Carbon Removal: Debunking 3 Soil Carbon Myths

"While there has been noteworthy progress on soil policy, there is still a great deal of work to be done to support the development and implementation of soil carbon sequestration practices in a realistic, verifiable manner. Progress, however, is hindered by a number of myths about soil carbon that continue to circulate, both from advocates and skeptics. Below we debunk three common misconceptions about soil carbon and set the facts straight about the efficacy of soil carbon sequestration as a tool to fight climate change."

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17.02.2017

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Seeker: Scientists Hatch a Plan to Refreeze the Arctic, Saying Cutting CO2 Isn't Enough

"Large-scale geoengineering interventions could cool the planet, yet the environmental costs are unclear. "

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13.02.2017

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the guardian: Could a £400bn plan to refreeze the Arctic before the ice melts really work?

"Temperatures are now so high at the north pole that scientists are contemplating radical schemes to avoid catastrophe"

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13.02.2017

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Nature: Arctic 2.0: What happens after all the ice goes?

"Researchers look into the future of the far North for clues to save species and maybe even bring back sea ice."

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09.02.2017

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Inverse: Super Basic Power Plants Build Mussels

"To geochemist Greg Rau, the future looks like a seaside power plant. More specifically, it looks like a biomass combustion plant that’s actually carbon-negative because the CO2 emissions are dissolved and captured in a mix of seawater and alkaline minerals through a process called chemical weathering. Why does Rau want to see that plant erected, perhaps along the coast near UC Santa Cruz, where he works? Because he believes that energy generation can solve the problems created by energy generation. He believes that this is how you begin to turn back 150 years of carbon dioxide emissions before sea level rise engulfs the landscape and would-be power plant operators have to look for new real estate."

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07.02.2017

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David Pakman Show: Interview with David Keith

"David Keith, Professor of Engineering and Public Policy at Harvard University, joins David to discuss solar geoengineering and how emerging technology could manipulate the environment, partially offsetting the effects of climate change"

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07.02.2017

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Inside Climate News: Slowing Climate Change Will Require Vastly More Carbon Capture, Study Says

"Countries will need far more capacity to capture carbon and store it to reach their emissions reductions goals as outlined in the Paris agreement, study concludes."

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03.02.2017

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ETC Group: 2016: The Year that Wasn't Normal

"ETC Group's Long-Awaited 2016 Year-in-Review"

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03.02.2017

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Climate Home: Global geoengineering rulebook could be ready by 2020s

"Initiative sponsored by Carnegie Council and led by UN climate veteran aims to break silence around geo-technologies and explore their potential"

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03.02.2017

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EOS Editor's Vox: Good Night Sunshine: Geoengineering Solutions to Climate Change?

"In order to limit global warming to Paris Agreement goal levels, climate engineering should be considered as a viable solution."

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