June 2019

03.06.2019

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DownToEarth: Can geoengineering help fight climate change? Scientists think so

"University of Cambridge has initiated first-of-its-kind Centre for Climate Repair to develop new ways to restrict solar radiation and refreeze the rapidly warming polar regions"

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03.06.2019

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Commonspace: SRM: A climate geoengineering 'distraction', or 'crazy not to take it seriously'?

"Mikey Jarrell (@MikeyJarrell), freelance science communicator and writer, examines the tension in the scientific community over SRM, a climate geo-engineering technique which is moving towards the spotlight"

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03.06.2019

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YaleEnvironment360: Geoengineer the Planet? More Scientists Now Say It Must Be an Option

"Human intervention with the climate system has long been viewed as an ill-advised and risky step to slow global warming. But with carbon emissions soaring, initiatives to study and develop geoengineering technologies are gaining traction as a potential last resort."

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01.06.2019

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Vox: The climate renegade. What happens when someone wants to go it alone on fixing the climate?

"Enter an eccentric San Francisco-based entrepreneur named Russ George. He had spent much of his career bouncing between ambitious environmental projects: cold fusion, reforestation, and, most recently at the time, a startup called Planktos, which focused on something called 'ocean restoration.'"

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