23.01.2017

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Patreon: Weather Control and Geoengineering

"A look at advanced means of altering or controlling the planet's climate and geography, drawing on concepts proposed for terraforming other planets. We look at existing and proposed ideas of controlling the weather, creating artificial islands or mountain ranges, using orbital mirrors and shades, and many other concepts."

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28.11.2016

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Blog Picture Science: Big Picture Science – Weather Vain: Alan Robock / Weather Modification

"Part 4 of Weather Vain, featuring Alan Robock, meteorologist and climatologist at the Department of Environmental Sciences at Rutgers University and IPCC lead author, discussing past attempts at, and the current state of, weather modification."

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29.07.2015

# New Publications

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Soldatenko, Sergei; Yusupov, Rafael (2015): On the Possible Use of Geophysical Cybernetics in Climate Manipulation (Geoengineering) and Weather Modification

Soldatenko, Sergei; Yusupov, Rafael (2015): On the Possible Use of Geophysical Cybernetics in Climate Manipulation (Geoengineering) and Weather Modification. In WSEAS Transactions on Environment and Development 11, pp. 116–125.

"Further, the essential features of the geophysical system as a control object are considered. The optimal control problem for the large scale atmospheric dynamics is considered and the necessary optimality conditions are derived."

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03.06.2015

# Political Papers

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Bruintjes, Roelof (2015): Report of the Expert Team on Weather Modification Meeting. World Meterological Organization

Bruintjes, Roelof (2015): Report of the Expert Team on Weather Modification Meeting. World Meterological Organization. Phitsanulok.

"The main purpose of AREP in Weather Modification is to promote scientific practices in weather modification research. This is done through the WMO Expert Team on Weather Modification and through organizing the quadriennial scientific conferences on weather modification."

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10.07.2014

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WGC Blog: Geoengineering will not go away because we are not talking about it

"I do not think that geo-engineering is the answer to climate change, but I do not think that ignoring its presence is helping us to fight climate change.  By ignoring that this very real conversation is happening makes us a different kind of climate change denier."

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20.03.2013

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ETC Group: Geoengineering – The Opium of the People? Pain-killer, Plane-chiller, Plane crasher

ETC group's blog post. "In the first two months of 2013, leading advocates of geoengineering have argued variously that researching geoengineering (as a Plan B to GHG emission cuts) is like helping a cancer patient manage pain while seeking a cure"

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10.12.2012

# Calls & events

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Call for Nominations: NRC study on “Geoengineering: Technical Evaluation of Selected Approaches”

Deadline 17.10.2012

"The Board on Atmospheric Sciences and Climate is pleased to announce a new National Research Council (NRC) study on 'Geoengineering: Technical Evaluation of Selected Approaches.'" "This study will provide technical evaluation of 2-3 specific case studies of potential geoengineering technologies."

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13.09.2012

# New Publications

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Olson, Robert L. (2012): Soft Geoengineering: A Gentler Approach to Addressing Climate Change

Olson, Robert L. (2012): Soft Geoengineering: A Gentler Approach to Addressing Climate Change. In: Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development 54 (5), pp. 29–39, DOI 10.1080/00139157.2012.711672

[no abstract available]

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25.07.2012

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down to Earth: Will geoengineering save agriculture from climate change?

"The techniques of climate manipulation are experiencing a boom, as it becomes more and more likely that we will one day have to resort to them to fight climate change. In this context, what can we foresee the future of agriculture to be?"

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