03.08.2015

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Living With Environmental Change (LWEC) (2015): Geoengineering and its governance. If geoengineering technologies could help to address climate change how should they be governed?

Living With Environmental Change (LWEC) (2015): Geoengineering and its governance. If geoengineering technologies could help to address climate change how should they be governed? With assistance of Peter Healey, Steve Rayner (Policy and Practice Notes, 18).

"The Living With Environmental Change (LWEC) Partnership of 22 public sector organisations concerned with environmental research have published a Policy & Practice Note drawing on CGG research."

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22.07.2015

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Commission on Global Security, Justice & Governance (2015): Confronting the Crisis of Global Governance

Commission on Global Security, Justice & Governance (2015): Confronting the Crisis of Global Governance. The Hague Institute for Global Justice; Stimson Center. The Hague.

International policy paper on global governance, including climate governance and CE; see p. 49.

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17.06.2015

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Machin, Amanda (2015): Rethinking Political Contestation over Climate Change

Machin, Amanda (2015): Rethinking Political Contestation over Climate Change. The Netherlands Scientific Council for Government Policy (WRR). Den Haag (Working Paper, 10).

On CE in chapter 2. "The socio-political atmosphere around this issue has intensified and diversified; it has heated up and dispersed out, garnering the attention of economists and philosophers, businesses and engineers, politicians and citizens. The world today features climate camps, climate marches, climate ribbons, climate refugees, climate summits, climate  engineering (Keith 2013), climate deniers and climate activists."

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05.06.2015

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Actionaid (2015): Caught in the Net: How “net-zero emissions” will delay real climate action and drive land grabs

Actionaid (2015): Caught in the Net: How “net-zero emissions” will delay real climate action and drive land grabs. With assistance of Teresa Anderson, Kelly Stone.

"The “net-zero emissions” approach will put the burden for addressing climate change on the countries and communities who have done the least to cause the problem, shifting the climate burden to the South. The land rights and food sovereignty of small-holder farmers, indigenous peoples and local communities, particularly in developing countries, will be threatened by the large-scale use of land for mitigation that will conflict with food production and ecosystems."

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03.06.2015

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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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27.04.2015

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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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01.04.2015

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Sustainable Shipping Initiative (2015): Signals of Change

Sustainable Shipping Initiative (2015): Signals of Change. Looking at the potential impact of emerging signals of change on the future of sustainable shipping.

Report with one page (p. 23) on CE. "If geoengineering starts to gain mainstream acceptance, there may be the opportunity, or even expectation, for shipping industry players to invest in studies and innovative implementation of these solutions."

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11.02.2015

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Committee on Geoengineering Climate (2015): Climate Intervention. Reflecting Sunlight to Cool Earth

Committee on Geoengineering Climate (2015): Climate Intervention. Reflecting Sunlight to Cool Earth. National Acadamy of Sciences. Washington, D.C.

Report by the National Research Council on SRM. "As one of a two-book report, this volume of Climate Intervention discusses albedo modification - changing the fraction of incoming solar radiation that reaches the surface."

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11.02.2015

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Committee on Geoengineering Climate (2015): Climate Intervention. Dioxide Removal and Reliable Sequestration

Committee on Geoengineering Climate (2015): Climate Intervention. Dioxide Removal and Reliable Sequestration. National Research Council.

Report by the National Research Council on CDR. "As one of a two-book report, this volume of Climate Intervention discusses CDR, the carbon dioxide removal of greenhouse gas emissions from the atmosphere and sequestration of it in perpetuity."

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10.02.2015

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Caldecott, Ben; et al. (2015): Stranded Carbon Assets and Negative Emissions Technologies

Caldecott, Ben; Lomax, Guy; Workman, Mark (2015): Stranded Carbon Assets and Negative Emissions Technologies. Oxford University (Working Paper).

"Negative Emissions Technologies (NETs) have the potential to remove carbon dioxide (CO2) from the
atmosphere and this could reduce the impacts of ocean acidification and anthropogenic climate change."

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