12.03.2017

# Media

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Historical Climatology: A Conversation with Dr. James Fleming: Geoengineering and the History of Atmospheric Science

"In this episode, Professors Degroot and Fleming  discuss how a plane crash launched Fleming's career, the deep history and future prospects of geoengineering, and the birth of modern atmospheric science in the early twentieth century."

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09.06.2016

# New Publications

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Masco, Joseph (2016): Terraforming Planet Earth: The Age of Fallout

Masco, Joseph (2016): Terraforming Planet Earth: The Age of Fallout. In Rens van Munster, Casper Sylvest (Eds.): The Politics of Globality since 1945: Assembling the Planet: Taylor and Francis Ltd.

Chapter on nuclear testing with regard to CE ideas. "The (nuclear-petrochemical) industrial state has thus been geoengineering since 1945, remaking both atmospheres and ecologies, creating problems impossible to remediate or clean up."

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09.07.2014

# New Publications

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Roman, Joe; et al. (2014): Whales as marine ecosystem engineers

Roman, Joe; Estes, James A.; Morissette, Lyne; Smith, Craig; Costa, Daniel; McCarthy, James et al. (2014): Whales as marine ecosystem engineers. In Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, pp. 140703070154008. DOI: 10.1890/130220

Not common CE but connected to maritim CDR. "Future changes in the structure and function of the world's oceans can be expected with the restoration of great whale populations."

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01.07.2014

# Calls & events

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CfP: Geoengineering the Climate through (Solar) Radiation Modification

Deadline: 06.08.2014

Call for a session on SRM at the AGU Fall Meeting. "This session solicits papers that examines processes associated with these techniques and studies where such techniques have been implemented in either high resolution and/or global climate models."

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03.09.2013

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Foreign Policy: Geoengineering: A Short History

"How hacking the climate came to be seen as our least worst option for averting a global climate catastrophe. "

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02.06.2013

# New Publications

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Rau, Greg; et al (2013): Direct electrolytic dissolution of silicate minerals for air CO2 mitigation and carbon-negative H2 production

Rau, Greg; et al (2013): Direct electrolytic dissolution of silicate minerals for air CO2 mitigation and carbon-negative H2 production; in: PNAS. DOI 10.1073/pnas.1222358110

"We experimentally demonstrate the direct coupling of silicate mineral dissolution with saline water electrolysis and H2 production to effect significant air CO2 absorption, chemical conversion, and storage in solution."

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30.03.2013

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Focus online: Using High-Tech against Climate Change (German)

German newspaper about the CE risks.

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