18.01.2012

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Physorg.com: Climate balancing: Sea-level rise vs. surface temperature change rates

Article on the issue of balancing sea level rise and rates of surface air temperature changes.

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16.01.2012

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ScienceNetwork Western Australia: Ocean fertilisation proposed to sequester rising CO2

Austrailian Conference report. "Engineering massive algae blooms to capture carbon was one of many ideas debated at national symposium ‘Geoengineering the Climate? A Southern Hemisphere Perspective’."

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15.01.2012

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bit of science: Today’s paradox: global warming may offset Criegee cooling

Of science finding a 'global cooling particle' that has always been there is not the same as actually influencing temperature – offsetting global warming – through some form of solar radiation management geoengineering.

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13.01.2012

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Reuters: New molecule could help cool planet

"A new molecule has been detected in the earth's atmosphere which could help produce a cooling effect, scientists said, but it remains to be seen whether it can play a major role in tackling global warming."

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11.01.2012

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Science News: New CO2 Sucker Could Help Clear the Air

"Researchers in California have produced a cheap plastic capable of removing large amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2) from the air."

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10.01.2012

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the intersection Blog: Does Geoengineering Activate Liberal Anti-Scientific Biases? And Does It Matter?

Blog article by Chris Mooney on political orientations and CE.

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06.01.2012

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NY Times: Rethinking the Effects of Aerosols

Article on the roll of arosols in climate system and CE.

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06.01.2012

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bit of science: New polyamine CO2 adsorbent may be step forward for CCS technology – and CDR geoengineering

Better CDR via ‘polyamine-based regenerable solid adsorbent’. This article refers to a publication.

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04.01.2012

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NewScientist: Arctic Action

"I need to explain further my call for geoengineering in the Arctic by 2013 (newscientist.com/article/dn21275), and why it is not premature, as some suggest."

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04.01.2012

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Inhabitat: 5 Crazy Ways To Stop Climate Change With Geoengineering Read more: 5 Crazy Ways To Stop Climate Change With Geoengineering

The article lists a giant dam, ground albedo, cloud seeding, flooding Death Valey, and space mirrors as five "crazy" ways of CE. The article is often circulated in the internet.

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