December 2012

13.12.2012

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Geekquinox: Record loss of Arctic sea ice? No problem: Just refreeze it!

After new record of Artic sea ice melting SRM seems to be an option.

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13.12.2012

# Projects

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Copenhagen Consensus Center: The Expert Panel's Findings

Ranking with CE methods on rank 1, 3, and 6. "The Copenhagen Consensus Center assembled an Expert Panel to consider the research presented here. [...] They created a prioritized list, outlining the most - and least - effective responses to global warming."

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12.12.2012

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BU Today: Reengineering the Atmosphere

"ENG alum studies feasibility of aircraft-driven global cooling"

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12.12.2012

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Bangor Daily News: Climate talks: Coasting toward disaster

Opinion: about the drastic consequences of failiur of climate talks.

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12.12.2012

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Times Colonist: Study suggests we could refreeze Arctic but should we?

"A record loss of Arctic sea ice and faster-than-expected melting of Greenland's ice cap made worldwide headlines in 2012, but research published in major science journals in the fall suggest warming in the North doesn't have to continue."

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12.12.2012

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Video: AGU Fall Meeting

Video Lecture from the AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 3-7 Dec 2012.

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12.12.2012

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greanpeache magazin: Laboratory Earth (German)

Article from German greenpeache magazine.

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10.12.2012

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The Sunday Morning Herald: Fake plastic trees and a volcanic push to keep the globe cool

"Ben Cubby, Tom Arup, Adam Morton and Nicky Phillips examine plans that range from the realistic to the wacky."

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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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10.12.2012

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ground report: Climate Change: A global challenge on the sidelines

"Maybe we leave our chances to hope; maybe geoengineering, maybe expectations that there will be surprise economic boom, [...]."

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