November 2014

02.11.2014

# New Publications

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Aziz, Alex; et al. (2014): Long-term stabilization of reflective foams in sea water

Aziz, Alex; Hailes, Helen C.; Ward, John M.; Evans, Julian R. G. (2014): Long-term stabilization of reflective foams in sea water. In RSC Adv 4 (95), pp. 53028–53036. DOI 10.1039/C4RA08714C.

Paper on oceanic SRM. "This work explores the challenge of making persistent foams in salt water to provide high reflectance."

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02.11.2014

# Media

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chemistry world: Mirror mirror on the ocean

Media response to Aziz, Alex; et al. (2014). "Long-life foams that can act as oceanic mirrors are being explored by scientists in the UK. These reflective foams could one day ease global warming by managing incoming solar radiation."

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02.11.2014

# Media

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Media Matters: Fox News Ignores Climate Change On The Anniversary Of Hurricane Sandy

"Promotes "Hurricane Slayer" Geoengineering To Reduce Ocean Temperature"

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02.11.2014

# New Publications

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Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society: Issue on Climate Engineering

Issue on Climate Engineering in Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society.

"Climate engineering: exploring nuances and consequences of deliberately altering the Earth’s energy budge" Editors: John Latham, Philip J. Rasch and Brian Launder

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02.11.2014

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The New Political Blog: Geoengineering is accelerating toward disaster

"Furthermore, if political leaders believe that they have a technological solution that will obviate the need to take on big fossil corporations, then they will use it as a substitute for doing what they should be doing: cutting greenhouse gas emissions."

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