10.10.2012

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the guardian: Big names behind US push for geoengineering

"A coalition representing the most powerful academic, military, scientific and corporate interests has set its sights on vast potential profits"

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09.10.2012

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concrete: Hot under the collar: the future of geoengineering

Student newspaper of the University of East Anglia with a general article on CE inspired by the news on Arctic summer sea ice.

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09.10.2012

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LiveScience: Asteroid Dust Could Fight Climate Change on Earth

Media response to the asteroid dust study.

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09.10.2012

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NewScientist: Scattering moss can restore key carbon sink

"The rebuilt bogs should improve water quality and could slow climate change. In the future, they might even be used to geoengineer a cooler climate by storing carbon dioxide."

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08.10.2012

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Nature: Earth’s carbon sink downsized

Possible natural land-air caputre. "Abundance of soil nutrients a limiting factor in plants’ ability to soak up carbon dioxide."

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26.09.2012

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TheEngineer: Leading wave energy pioneer Prof Stephen Salter

"Prof Stephen Salter, technical adviser at Aquamarine Power, believes geoengineering could help to mitigate some of the most pressing effects of climate change."

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23.09.2012

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NewScientist: Can geoengineering avert climate chaos?

Nonfree article on CE.

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22.09.2012

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People's World: As ice melts, geoengineering gets a less frosty reception

CE to tackle melting of the arctic. "Though initially suggested as a 'fringe idea,' it was later considered potentially viable, but only as an accompanying strategy to a better solution. Now, scientists are looking at the technology more seriously."

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22.09.2012

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ThinkLong Blog: Geoengineering Research: Walking on thin ice

Post by Tim Kruger in the Oxford Martin School Blog. "We need to define what that edge is now, before experimentation takes place."

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20.09.2012

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Permaculture Research Institute of Australia: Unintended Hazards of Geoengineering

"Reducing the solar radiation that reaches Earth will have potentially significant consequences beyond limiting the mean temperature of the planet; it may reduce annual rainfall, especially in the Americas and northern Eurasia."

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