April 2019

01.04.2019

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Cornell Dept. of Development Sociology: Federal Carbon Capture and Removal Policy in the US - Erin Burns, Carbon 180 (Video)

"Erin Burns, Associate Policy Director at Carbon 180, joined the panel on "Net Zero by 2050: Carbon Dioxide Removal and the UN 1.5C Special Report". She discusses federal carbon capture and removal policy in the context of the United States."

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01.04.2019

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Cornell Dept. of Development Sociology: Global Potential of Natural Forest Regeneration for Mitigating Climate Change - Robin Chazdon, WRI (Video)

"Robin Chazdon, a professor at the University of the Sunshine Coast and executive director of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation, discussed the global potential of natural forest regeneration to conserve biodiversity and combat climate change. Her talk was a part of the 2019 Polson Institute 'Future of Development' Symposium."

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Cornell Dept. of Development Sociology: Carbon Dioxide Removal and the 1.5C Report - Natalie Mahowald, Cornell University (Video)

"Natalie Mahowald, lead author on the 1.5C Report and Irving Porter Church Professor of Engineering in Cornell's department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, provided the keynote for the Polson Institute's 'Future of Development' Symposium. She spoke about the IPCC's Special Report on 1.5C and the implications for carbon dioxide removal in future scenarios."

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01.04.2019

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Cornell Dept. of Development Sociology: Potential Avenues of International Governance for Carbon Dioxide Removal Approaches - Wil Burns (Video)

"Wil Burns, Co-Executive Director of the Institute for Carbon Removal Law, spoke at the 2019 Polson Institute 'Future of Development' Symposium, "Net Zero by 2050: Carbon Dioxide Removal and the UN Special Report on 1.5C on the intersect of international governance and carbon dioxide removal approaches."

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01.04.2019

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Junge Welt: Capitalist climate plumber (German)

German article on CE

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01.04.2019

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IMO: Precautionary approach over marine geoengineering solutions for climate change

"Adding iron or other nutrients into the oceans to enhance natural processes to draw carbon from the atmosphere and creating foams which float on the surface of the sea to reflect sunlight back into the atmosphere are among a wide range of geoengineering practices which have been put forward as potential tools for countering climate change. But, in a new report, marine and social scientists are urging a precautionary approach towards these techniques which involve deliberate large-scale manipulation of the environment."

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