October 2016

12.10.2016

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Panel discussion: Mapping the Interdisciplinary Landscape of Climate Engineering

17. October 2016, Ithaca / USA

"What do we know, what needs to be answered, and how do scholars see the topic progressing... or not? How can interdisciplinary research generate usable knowledge for decision-makers, who will have to decide which technologies and strategies have a place alongside mitigation and adaptation responses to climate change? What role have publics played in these deliberations over research and governance, and what role can they play in the future?"

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18.10.2016

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Workshop: Creating an Ecosystem for a Carbon Balanced Planet

18. October 2016, San Francisco / USA

""Creating an Ecosystem for a Carbon Balanced Planet" workshop will explore how Bay Area business, policy, and NGO leaders can partner with local carbon removal solution developers."

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19.10.2016

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Seminar: New Challenges in Governing Geoengineering

19. October 2016, Cambridge / USA

With Dr. David G. Victor. "While important technical questions surrounding geoengineering remain, including questions of cost, it is likely that political factors will be the most important ones in determining whether and how governments and firms deploy geoengineering technologies.  This talk will look at how politics is likely to influence governance arrangements."

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20.10.2016

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Lecture: ETH Science Talks – Critical Thinking, Climate Engineering, and Oxygen Homeostasis and Disease

20. October 2016, Cambridge / USA

"The ETH Zurich Alumni Chapter of New England is celebrating its 6th anniversary and to mark this occasion it is partnering with the ETH Zürich Foundation and swissnex Boston in organizing a night of Science Talks featuring ETH Zurich Rector Sarah Springman and Professors Ulrike Lohmann and Wilhelm Krek, followed by a networking session with ETH Zurich alumni and friends."

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