June 2019

16.06.2019

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The Sun: STORMY OUTLOOK Plans to ‘hack Earth’s weather’ could start World War 3, panicked scientists warn

"CLIMATE change may end up causing World War 3 if individual countries start to try and save themselves by hacking the weather with a process called geoengineering."

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16.06.2019

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Futurism: How Geoengineering Could Lead to World War III

"To help protect the planet, many experts argue in favor of geoengineering, or deliberately hacking the Earth by sequestering atmospheric carbon or blocking sunlight. But while these plans may be well-intentioned, reports Business Insider, any country that pursues them without other nations’ blessings could inadvertently start a global war."

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16.06.2019

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Indigo Agriculture: Indigo launches The Terraton Initiative™ to remove one trillion tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere

"At record levels of 415 parts per million (ppm), the Earth’s atmosphere contains one trillion tons (one teraton) more carbon dioxide today than it did prior to the Industrial Revolution."

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16.06.2019

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Dailymail online: Could trying to tackle climate change lead to WAR?

"Efforts to tackle climate change with controversial 'climate-hacking' schemes could lead to devastating consequences and even war, experts have warned."

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16.06.2019

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Wiener Zeitung: "We can not save the climate by moral" (German)

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14.06.2019

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Business Insider Deutschland: A rogue country could take planet-hacking into its own hands to alter the climate — and some experts worry it could lead to war

"Geoengineering is the process of artificially altering Earth's natural cycles. Such technologies are increasingly being discussed as potential ways to address climate change."

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14.06.2019

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C2G: DiCaprio film heralds the era of carbon dioxide removal

"A new documentary produced by Leonardo DiCaprio is putting front and centre one of the greatest – and yet so far relatively ignored – challenges we face as part of our collective efforts to tackle the climate crisis. This challenge has been called different things by different people, including carbon dioxide removal, carbon drawdown, or negative emissions technologies."

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14.06.2019

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Harvard's Solar Geoengineering Research Program (Blog): The Governance of Solar Geoengineering and Human Rights

"Human rights are often invoked for guiding policy development, especially internationally. Although this occurs in the case of solar geoengineering, it is uncommon to see much beyond a few vague phrases, such as pointing to the need to proceed consistently with human rights. How might human rights help shape the governance of solar geoengineering?"

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14.06.2019

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Washington Post: The new plan to remove a trillion tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere: Bury it

"Last month, carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere surpassed 415 parts per million, the highest in human history. Environmental experts say the world is increasingly on a path toward a climate crisis. The most prominent efforts to prevent that crisis involve reducing carbon emissions. But another idea is also starting to gain traction — sucking all that carbon out of the atmosphere and storing it underground."

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14.06.2019

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Spiegel Online: That's how, the gobi dessert fertilizes the pacific (German)

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