November 2011

14.11.2011

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BBC News: David Keith, environmental scientist

BBC news show on David Keiths' CE-research.

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14.11.2011

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NY Times: Reaching a Comfort Level With Geoengineering

NY Times Green Blog article on the latest CE-reports.

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11.11.2011

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Observador global: Las peligrosas consecuencias de manipular el clima (Spanish)

Article on the SPICE Project and the work of ETC Group.

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11.11.2011

# Calls & events

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Job: Several Positions in Atmospheric Sustainability Research

(no deadline given)

Several positions including CE at the IASS Potsdam.

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10.11.2011

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Olson, Robert L. (2011): Geoengineering for Decision Makers

Olson, Robert L. (2011): Geoengineering for Decision Makers. Science and Technology Innovation Program, Woodrow Wilson. Washington, D.C.

Report of the Woodrow Wilson Center for decision makers, with risk assessment, CE scenarios, and esp. the discussion of CE as an alternative to mitigation.

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09.11.2011

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Vortrag mit Ortwin Renn: "Geoengineering: Gesellschaftliche Risikodiskurse und Optionen der Öffentlichkeitsbeteiligungen"

Montag, 14.11.2011 - 1200 Uhr s.t.

Ort: Neue Universität, Hörsaal 14

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09.11.2011

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White Roof Project: White Roofs: Caught in the Crosshairs of Climate Change

This article is an reply to an critique of The Guardian.

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08.11.2011

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ETC Group (2011): Tackling Technology: Three Proposals for Rio

ETC Group (2011): Tackling Technology: Three Proposals for Rio. Contribution to the Rio+20 Zero Draft. online only.

Proporals for the Rio plus 20-conference including one on CE.

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08.11.2011

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Climate Change: A Coordinated Strategy Could Focus Federal Geoengineering Research and Inform Governance Efforts: Report to the Chairman, Committee on Science and Technology, House of Representatives

Full version of report available now!

"This report is informed by an extensive review of proposed climate engineering strategies and their potential impacts, including a joint inquiry between the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science and Technology and the United Kingdom House of Commons Science and Technology Committee (hereafter referred to as the ‘‘U.S. Committee’’ and the ‘‘U.K. Committee’’), three Congressional hearings, review of scientific research relevant to climate engineering, and discussions with a number of experts, stakeholder groups, scientists and managers at federal agencies, and the Government Accountability Office (GAO)."

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03.11.2011

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SierraExpressMedia: Geoengineering The Ozone Layer Hole: An upcoming necessity


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