May 2015

05.05.2015

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Panel discussion: Climate Engineering: Three Perspectives

05.05.2015, Chicago/USA

"This panel will consider some of the legal, ethical and moral considerations related to the growing discussion around climate engineering research and deployment scenarios."

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05.05.2015

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Presentation: Global Governance Futures 2025: The Future of Geoengineering Governance

05.05.2015, Washington, DC/USA

Final Report Presentation at the Brookings Institution. "We are pleased to invite you to join us for the final report presentation by fellows of the Global Governance Futures – Robert Bosch Foundation Multilateral Dialogues. The presentation will take place at the Brookings Institution (Stein Room)."

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05.05.2015

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Panel discussion: Tenth Annual REI Energy Symposium

05.05.2015, New Brunswick/USA

With speakers Don DePaolo, Steven Hamburg, Oliver Morton, Granger Morgan, and Jennifer Wilcox. "This year's annual energy symposium focuses on geoengineering for climate change."

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08.05.2015

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Panel discussion: Hacking the climate

08.05.2015, San Francisco/USA

Panel discussion with Ken Caldeira, Albert Lin, and Jane Long. "What group of humans could be trusted with such God-like powers? Join us for a discussion on hacking the climate to buy some time for humanity."

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12.05.2015

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Panel discussion: Reflecting Sunlight to Cool Earth's Climate: Emulating Volcanoes and Brightening Marine Clouds

12.05.2015, Menlo Park, CA/USA

Cafe Scientifique Silicon Valley @ SRI. "Dr. Ken Caldeira, a senior climate scientist at the Carnegie Institution for Science, will present the science of solar geoengineering and discuss what this science might mean for society. [...] Dr. Armand Neukermans will describe the efforts of a group of retired scientists and engineers to develop a spray system that might enable a study of the feasibility of marine cloud brightening (MCB) for climate cloud studies, as well as possible climate intervention."

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14.05.2015

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Lecture: "Engineering a cooler planet: Could we? Should we?" by Prof Richard Darton & Prof Steve Rayner

14.05.2015, Oxford/UK

"Would such technologies work, and would there be side effects? And who would decide whether to do this, and when, if ever, to stop. These are just some of the questions raised by the idea of engineering the climate – could we, and should we?"

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23.05.2015

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Seminar: Mitigation potential, risks and side-effects of ocean alkalinity enhancement

23.05.2015, Hamburg/Germany

With Miriam Ferrer-Gonzalez, Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg. (No description)

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