01.10.2015

# New Publications

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Böttcher, Miranda; et al. (2015): Scenarios on Stratospheric Albedo Modification Deployment in 2030. Workshop Report

Böttcher, Miranda; Gabriel, Johannes; Harnisch, Sebastian (2015): Scenarios on Stratospheric Albedo Modification Deployment in 2030. Workshop Report. Priority Programme 1689 of the German Research Foundation DFG.

"The goal of this SPP 1689 scenario project was to develop a first appraisal of what effects a high-risk climate intervention technology such as SAM could have on the dynamics of international relations. More concretely, it aimed to develop scenarios regarding “Political decision-making on stratospheric albedo modification deployment in 2030” to examine under which conditions states could opt for SAM deployment."

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27.04.2015

# Political Papers

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Haraguchi, Masahiko; et al. (2015): Human Intervention in the Earth’s Climate. The Governance of Geoengineering in 2025+

Haraguchi, Masahiko; Liu, Rongkun; Randhawa, Jasdeep; Salz, Susanne; Schäfer, Stefan; Sharma, Mundit et al. (2015): Human Intervention in the Earth’s Climate. The Governance of Geoengineering in 2025+. Edited by Robert Bosch Stiftung.

"The Global Governance Futures program (GGF) brings together young professionals to look ahead 10 years and to recommend ways to address global challenges. [...] The GGF 2025 fellows – a diverse mix from the public, private and non-profit sectors, and selected from a highly competitive field of applicants – formed three working groups that
focused on Internet governance, geoengineering governance and global arms control, respectively. Using  instruments from the field of futures research, the working groups produced scenarios for their respective issue areas."

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03.04.2013

# Media

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aeon magazine: Blue sky thinking

"Geoengineers are would-be deities who dream of mastering the heavens. But are humans the ones who are out of control?"

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15.03.2013

# Media

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The Internationalist: Technological Change and the Frontiers of Global Governance

"What is different today is that the furious pace of technological change risks leaving global governance in the dust, as national governments and international institutions scramble to come to terms with—much less regulate—innovations with profound implications for human welfare and global order."

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