May 2021

03.05.2021

# New Publications

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Condie, Scott A.; et al. (2021): Large-scale interventions may delay decline of the Great Barrier Reef

Condie, Scott A.; Anthony, Kenneth R. N.; Babcock, Russ C.; Baird, Mark E.; Beeden, Roger; Fletcher, Cameron S. et al. (2021): Large-scale interventions may delay decline of the Great Barrier Reef. In R. Soc. open sci. 8 (4). DOI: 10.1098/rsos.201296.

"Evaluating the efficacy of alternative interventions in a complex system experiencing major cumulative impacts can only be achieved through a systems modelling approach. We have evaluated combinations of interventions using a coral reef meta-community model."

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03.05.2021

# Political Papers

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Bodansky, Daniel; Wanser, Kelly (2021): Think Globally, Govern Locally: Designing a National Research Program on Near-Term Climate Risks and Possible Interventions

Bodansky, Daniel; Wanser, Kelly (2021): Think Globally, Govern Locally: Designing a National Research Program on Near-Term Climate Risks and Possible Interventions. Center for Climate and Energy Solutions & SilverLining.

"In this paper, authors Dan Bodansky and Kelly Wanser describe how the establishment of a well-designed national research program on near-term climate risks and interventions can generate knowledge to support international cooperation and set a precedent for responsible climate intervention research internationally. The authors outline the elements of a model national program aimed at providing information in a timely, safe, and open manner to allow for evaluation by policymakers and the public."

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03.05.2021

# Media

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Council on Foreign Relations: Can Solar Geoengineering Be Used as a Weapon?

"The premise that solar geoengineering is weaponizable is either false or grossly overstated. It is time to leave such distractions behind and focus more squarely on the real dilemmas of this otherwise promising technology."

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