June 2016

06.06.2016

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Workshop: Volcanic Impacts on Climate and Society

06.-08. June 2016, Palisades, NY/USA

Volcanic impacts workshop with some topics relevant to CE.

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11.06.2016

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Panel discussions: 'What of Climate Engineering?' and 'Engineering the Future of California’s Salton Sea: Lessons for Climate Engineering'

11. June 2016, Washington, DC/USA

Panel discussions at Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences 2016 Conference.

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11.06.2016

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Lecture: Is There a Safe Way to Use Geo-Engineering to Address Climate Change?

11. August 2016, San Francisco/USA

With Leslie Field. "Can geo-engineering help us stave off even more dramatic climate disruption? Dr. Field and Dr. Neudermans will be interviewed by Gerald Harris, chair of The Commonwealth Club's Science & Technology member-led forum. He will inquire about the latest approaches to geo-engineering to address climate change, the need for such work, the risks involved and the potential benefits."

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14.06.2016

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Discussion meeting: Remove On: Berkeley, CA

14 June 2016, Berkeley/USA

"This casual meeting is for everyone interested in removing excess CO2 from the air to curtail climate change. Join us to ask questions, give and get feedback on new projects, and meet others that are passionate about carbon removal!"

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15.06.2016

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Panel discussion: Carbon farming

15. June 2016, Berkeley/USA

"Carbon farming uses intensive composting and innovative land management strategies to draw down even more carbon into our soil. The Bay Area is a hub for this exciting, potentially planet-changing research and practice."

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15.06.2016

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Lecture: Whose climate? And whose ‘justice’? The politics of justice in climate engineering

15. June 2016, Potsdam/Germany

With Duncan McLaren. "This presentation will explore ways in which different conceptions of and assumptions about justice are embedded in the construction of climate engineering knowledge through climate modelling, and the implications that may have for our understanding of climate engineering as a possible response to climate change."

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17.06.2016

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Lecture: Climate tinkering and climate policy (German)

17. June 2016, Cologne/Germany

German lecture on CE and climate policy.

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21.06.2016

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Workshop: Sixth GeoMIP Workshop in Oslo

21. - 22. June 2016, Oslo/Norway

"Objectives of the Workshop:

  • Evaluate the latest results in model simulations of geoengineering, including the newly completed sea spray simulations and the upcoming simulations for GeoMIP's participation in CMIP6.
  • Getting more involved with broader communities, including better linkages to Working Group II-type analyses (including impacts assessments).
  • Progress with the GeoMIP Testbed and any promising results that we may want to consider for the broader GeoMIP community."

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22.06.2016

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Workshop: What does the Paris Agreement mean for future research into Climate Engineering?

22. June 2016, Oslo/Norway

Open session “What does the Paris Agreement mean for future research into Climate Engineering?”

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