April 2016

17.04.2016

# Events

0 Comments

Conference: EGU General Assembly 2016

17.-22. April 2016, Vienna/Austria

European Geoscience Union General Assembly with CE-related sessions and papers.

Link


Read more »

20.04.2016

# Events

0 Comments

Lecture: Earth’s Changing Sea Ice Coverage and Its Connections with Broader Climate Change and Geoengineering

20. April 2016, College Park, MD/USA

With Claire Parkinson. "The talk will present the sea ice results and discuss commonalities between the issues raised with the sea ice records and those raised with the global temperature records, concluding with concerns over some of the schemes proposed to modify climate change through intentional geoengineering."

Link


Read more »

21.04.2016

# Events

0 Comments

Lecture: Solar Geoengineering: An Overview of Risks and Benefits

21. April 2016, UCLA Los Angeles/USA

"Lunch talk with David Keith"

Link

22.04.2016

# Events

0 Comments

Exhibition: Science Night in Klagenfurt (German)

22. April 2016, Klagenfurt/Austria

Interactive exhibition about CE and climate policy at the Austrian Science Night 2016.

Link to Video, Link to main site

26.04.2016

# Events

0 Comments

Online Seminar: Stephen Gardiner - Why Geoengineering is Not "Plan B"

26. April 2016, online

"We argue that the plan B framing oversimplifies a complex issue in a misleading and deceptive way. For instance, it highlights extreme positions, presents SSI as an alternative independent from mainstream policies, ignores the multiplicity of options available, and neglects threats of morally indecent SSI in a context of ongoing political inertia."

Link

28.04.2016

# Events

0 Comments

Workshop: Greenhouse gas removal from the atmosphere

28. April 2016, London/UK

"NERC, the Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), the Economic & Social Research Council (ESRC) , the Science & Technology Facilities Council (STFC), the Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) , the Biotechnology & Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC), the Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC) and the Met Office are inviting applications from researchers, industry representatives and policymakers to attend a one-day workshop. The purpose of the event is to contribute ideas which will be used to inform a programme of research, with the goal of defining the scope of a potential joint research programme addressing greenhouse gas removal from the atmosphere with a truly integrated and interdisciplinary approach."

Link