November 2015

04.11.2015

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Panel discussion: Im-Possible Climate: Safe Climate Restoration under the Microscope

4. November 2015, Melbourne/Australia

"Advocacy for the restoration of a safe climate calls for solutions that the world does not currently possess. The central question remains ‘is safe climate restoration possible and, if not, what level of action is now morally defensible and yet practically achievable?’ Join Breakthrough for this special forum to examine and critique the recently published discussion paper StrikingTargets, with author Philip Sutton. "

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09.11.2015

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Conference: European Carbon-Negative Conference

09. November 2015, Brussels/Belgium

"To discuss the opportunities and challenges of, as well as reasoning for, combining sustainable bioenergy with carboncapture and storage (BECCS/Bio-CCS) to attain carbon negative emissions."

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09.11.2015

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Lecture: Geoengineering the climate (Dutch)

9. November 2015, Delft/Netherlands

Lecture on CE in Dutch.

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19.11.2015

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Panel discussion: Do Hippocratic Oath Lessons Apply to Climate Intervention Research?

19. November 2015, Washington, DC/USA

"Medical ethics boards and engineering standards are updated periodically to help ensure that systems are in place to help make it less likely that research subjects suffer undue harm or bridges fail catastrophically.  Can lessons gleaned over the centuries from medical and engineering fields be applied to research on climate intervention? [...] We will identify places where we may be entering uncharted territory to spark discussion of the scientific, philosophical, and governance processes that might help us navigate the potential risks associated with climate intervention research."

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26.11.2015

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Panel discussion: Sustainability between biodiversity and geoengineering (German)

30. November 2015, Stuttgart/Germany

German panel discussion about sustainaiblity, biodiversity and climate engineering.

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