11.03.2019

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Forschung & Lehre: "Engineers are in a vicious circle" (German)

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11.03.2019

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Spiegel Online: Germany hopes for agreement against plastic waste (German)

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11.03.2019

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Project Syndicate: Governing Geoengineering

"New technologies to combat global warming could complement reductions in greenhouse-gas emissions. But their potential impact is highly uncertain, and failure to govern their use properly could aggravate existing threats to international peace and security."

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11.03.2019

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Climate Works Foundation: 2050 Priorities for Climate Action: How Philanthropy Can Help to Scale Carbon Removal

"Climate philanthropy is in a unique position to accelerate progress on carbon removal and increase the odds that multiple removal approaches reach gigaton scale before 2050."

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11.03.2019

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BHP: BHP invests US$6m in emissions reduction company, Carbon Engineering

"BHP today announced a US$6m equity investment in Carbon Engineering Ltd (CE), a Canadian-based company leading the development of Direct Air Capture, an innovative technology which has the potential to deliver large-scale negative emissions by removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. The investment will see BHP obtain a share of the company."

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10.03.2019

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Nature: Geoengineering debate shifts to UN environment assembly

"Technologies that aim to cool the planet by reflecting sunlight away from Earth or sucking carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere will be on the agenda of the United Nations Environment Assembly next week, when it meets in Nairobi. The body is poised to debate a resolution on geoengineering approaches that could be used to fight climate change, elevating a controversial issue to its highest political forum yet."

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06.03.2019

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LifePR: Plastic waste and geoengineering: tackling problems at the root

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04.03.2019

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Chatham House: Rethinking the Governance of Solar Geoengineering

"With scientists portending the possible extinction of species, increased extreme weather conditions and the decline of agricultural productivity across swaths of the globe, governments and scientists are under increasing pressure to explore new technologies that might mitigate the risks of climate change. One such development is solar geoengineering which seeks to lower the Earth’s temperatures by reflecting sunlight back into space or allowing more infrared radiation to escape."

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04.03.2019

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Thrive Global: Big Ideas: “A carbon dioxide removal marketplace” with Paul Gambill, CEO of Nori

"Asa part of my series about “Big Ideas That Might Change The World In The Next Few Years” I had the pleasure of interviewing Paul Gambill. Paul is the co-founder and CEO of Nori, the world’s only carbon dioxide removal marketplace. Nori empowers enterprises and individuals with a full range of solutions to begin to reverse climate change."

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04.03.2019

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Phys.org: Forests, carbon sinks, cannot make up for delays in decarbonizing the economy: study

"To stabilize the Earth's climate for people and ecosystems, it is imperative to ramp up natural climate solutions and, at the same time, accelerate mitigation efforts across the energy and industrial sectors, according to a new policy perspective published today in Science. Among their findings, the researchers warn that a ten-year delay in emissions reductions from energy and industry could this century result in emissions that negate the net potential emissions reductions benefit of natural climate solutions."

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