17.11.2017

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Dezeen: Britt Berden uses laboratory equipment to visualise the impact of climate engineering

"Dutch designer Britt Berden has created a pair of models that show what happens when scientists try to counter global warming. Presented at this year's Dutch Design Week, Plan B is a project that aims to educate people on the process and effects of climate engineering – and to help them understand the potentially harmful consequences."

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02.01.2017

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We make money not art: Albedo Dreams. Experiments in DIY climate manipulation

"Since 2012, artist Mari Keski-Korsu has been looking into the DIY strategies that citizens could deploy in order to manipulate climate. She discovered a research paper from engineers at Concordia University who estimated that if cities all over the world increased their surface albedos by adopting white rooftops and light-colored pavements, the global cooling effect generated would be the equivalent of reducing CO2 emissions by 25–150 billion tonnes."

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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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16.02.2015

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WGC Blog: Geocon, investigating the idea of cloud brightening – Karolina Sobecka

"The Cloud Machine is a personal device for atmospheric modification. It consists of cloud-making gear sent up into the atmosphere in a weather-balloon payload. It disperses CCN (salt) and water vapor at preprogrammed altitudes. Moisture in the air condenses into cloud droplets around the CCN, forming into small temporary clouds."

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19.08.2014

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future earth blog: Assessing geoengineering: a technical fix too far?

"Geoengineering is raising more issues for the social sciences than the physical sciences."

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