21.08.2017

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Newsletter of Week 34 of 2017

The newsletter of calendar week 34 in 2017 is now available here.


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21.08.2017

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Berliner Zeitung: Climate manipulation. With technology against global warming (German)

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21.08.2017

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Seeker: Geoengineering to Cool the Planet Risks Doing More Harm Than Good

"In addition to likely side effects and logistical challenges, no method designed to cool the planet deals with the gases in the atmosphere that are the sources of the problem."

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21.08.2017

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Indian Express: A cocktail geo-engineering approach to reversing global warming

"Scientists have for long been trying to look for alternative strategies to keep a lid on rising temperatures in a more immediate time-frame."

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19.08.2017

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Vox: It’s time to start talking about “negative” carbon dioxide emissions

"We have to bury gigatons of carbon to slow climate change. We’re not even close to ready."

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19.08.2017

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the guardian: Silver linings: the climate scientist who records cloud behaviour

"Clouds cool the planet by reflecting solar energy back to space and also trap heat and radiate it back to Earth. In a Yale Environment 360 interview, physicist Kate Marvel discusses the double-edged effect clouds have on rising temperatures."

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18.08.2017

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the guardian: We saved the whale. The same vision can save the planet

"Hope alone won’t halt climate change but Al Gore’s latest film highlights the role optimism can play."

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17.08.2017

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Die Furche: Delicate cooling therapy for the atmosphere (German)

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17.08.2017

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Yale Environment 360: Investigating the Enigma of Clouds and Climate Change

"With geoengineering, I’m always very concerned because if I want to do an experiment on human subjects, as a university researcher, I have to go in front of a review board and convince them that all of my human subjects have given informed consent to participate in this experiment. And with a lot of geo-engineering experiments, I worry about how that consent is going to be obtained."

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17.08.2017

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The Wire: The Questionable Future of Geoengineering

"While the nascent field of geoengineering attracts an increasing amount of attention, there remains much trepidation with how it could potentially affect current efforts to limit carbon and other greenhouse gas emissions."

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