04.01.2017

# New Publications

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Low, Sean (2016): The Futures of Climate Engineering

Low, Sean (2016): The Futures of Climate Engineering. In: Earth's Future. DOI: 10.1002/2016EF000442 .

"Potentially valuable branches of work to come might be the anticipatory use of the future: the design of experimental spaces for exploring the future of an engineered climate in service of responsible research and innovation, and the integration of this work within the unfolding context of the Paris Agreement."

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07.01.2014

# Media

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Climate Change National Forum: Gavin Schmidt and Judith Curry on Science Advocacy by Dr. Bart Verheggen

Report on the AGU conference.

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30.12.2013

# Media

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Climate Central: Reducing Sunlight by Geoengineering Will Not Cool Earth

Media response to Kleidon, A.; Renner, M. (2013). "Two German scientists have just confirmed that you can’t balance the Earth’s rising temperatures by simply toning down the sunlight."

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18.12.2013

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BBC Radio: Geo-engineering

BBC Radio braodcast on CE. "Geoengineering is a controversial approach to dealing with climate change. Gaia Vince explores putting chemicals in the stratosphere to stop solar energy reaching the earth."

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27.03.2012

# New Publications

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REVIEW PAPER Ecosystem Impacts of Geoengineering: A Review for Developing a Science Plan

by Lynn M. Russell, Philip J. Rasch, Georgina M. Mace, Robert B. Jackson,
John Shepherd, Peter Liss, Margaret Leinen, David Schimel, Naomi E. Vaughan,
Anthony C. Janetos, Philip W. Boyd, Richard J. Norby, Ken Caldeira,
Joonas Merikanto, Paulo Artaxo, Jerry Melillo, M. Granger Morgan

http://www.springerlink.com/content/u562q0218461k416/fulltext.pdf


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10.11.2010

# Political Papers

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Geoengineering: Gambling with GAIA

Report by the ETC Group (2010).

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01.07.2009

# Projects

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IMPLICC - Implications and risks of engineering solar radiation to limit climate change

IMPLICC addresses the call ”Implications and Risks of Novel Options to Limit Climate Change“ within the activity "Climatefiles/kei/media/bilder/P_7th-framework.PNG Change, Pollution and Risks” of the European Union's framework-7 programme (FP7) for research, technological development and demonstration activities (2007-2013). The project is running since July 2009 under the cooperation of 5 higher educational and research institutions in France, Germany and Norway. The overall activities of the project are coordinated by the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology in Hamburg.

An intermediate report on project results can be found here.


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