03.10.2018

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Galileo: Can geoengineering prevent the melting of glaciers? (German)

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01.10.2018

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Newsletter of Week 40 of 2018

The newsletter of calendar week 40 in 2018 is now available here.


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01.10.2018

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IPCC: Opening Statement by Hoesung Lee

"This is one of the most important meetings in the IPCC’s history."

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01.10.2018

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Quartz: Climeworks has opened a third plant capturing carbon dioxide from the air

"In an upcoming report, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is likely to emphasize the need for a slew of techniques to not just cut emissions, but also suck carbon dioxide from the air. Climeworks, a Swiss startup, today (Oct. 1) opened its third such plant in the world."

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01.10.2018

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Sierra: Forest Conservation Is Part of the Climate Conversation Too

"When it comes to discussions about climate change, things like clean energy, carbon credits, and even climate engineering get a lot of attention. But one important solution has gotten lost in the mix: conserving forests. That’s why the North Carolina–based Dogwood Alliance, a group that advocates for southern forests, just released a new platform and report focusing on the role of America’s forests in solving the climate crisis."

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01.10.2018

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Projekt Zukunft: Climate Manipulation (German)

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30.09.2018

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CNN: Drought woes? This tech can literally make it rain

"North Dakota-based Weather Modification International uses planes to target clouds and draw out more rain from them. The concept, called cloud seeding, has been around for decades. But there is new urgency due to climate change and a rapidly growing global population, which have disrupted global water supplies."

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30.09.2018

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livemint: Opinion | The risk of planetary geoengineering

"In 1991, when Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines erupted, it spewed over 20 million tonnes of sulphur into the upper atmosphere. Shortly thereafter we began to witness a strange phenomenon. The sulphates in the stratosphere were acting as a sort of a sun visor, shielding the earth from the sun’s rays and reducing global temperatures by nearly half a degree Celsius by the end of the year."

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30.09.2018

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The Green Optimistic: Geoengineering Could Solve Climate Change, Say Scientists

"Solar geoengineering sounds like the stuff of science fiction, using balloons or jets to introduce an atmospheric sunshade to stop global warming. A group of scientists from developing countries interested in solar geoengineering demanded to have a greater say in the direction of research into climate change, arguing that their countries have the most at stake."

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30.09.2018

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news.com.au: Extreme measures the world may have to consider if it doesn’t act on climate change

"THE world seems incapable of taking decisive action on climate change but we may soon have to consider some bizarre options to stop global warming if we fail to act. The Paris Agreement sets a target of well under 2 degrees celsius warming and researchers decided to look at how much it would cost to achieve this target, and the more ambitious target of 1.5C, as well as what the potential benefits were."

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