28.01.2013

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The Chronicle: As Temperatures Keep Rising, Geoengineering Gets a Closer Look

Focus on iron fertilizaion and direct air capture.

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28.01.2013

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DigInfo: Artificial Photosynthesis System as efficient as plants and can reduce CO2 levels

"A group at Panasonic has developed the Artificial Photosynthesis System, which produces organic materials with a world-leading efficiency in terms of solar energy conversion."

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24.01.2013

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[press review] Olivine impact study with marine biology

Press review to the paper: Köhler, Peter; etc. (2013): Geoengineering impact of open ocean dissolution of olivine on atmospheric CO 2, surface ocean pH and marine biology

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18.01.2013

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oncirculation Blog: Let’s THINK about geo-engineering (Part One: Ocean Fertilization)

Blog article on ocean fertilization.

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17.01.2013

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Creative Applications Network: The Cloud Machine

Basic small scale intervention. "The Cloud Machine is a composite weather balloon and rudimentary cloud seeding apparatus that can create small clouds and make subtle alterations to the atmosphere in the process."

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14.01.2013

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Die Zeit: We are world gardener

German newspaper interview about the Anthropocene Project that started in Berlin last week end.

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10.01.2013

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Chron: Once-'totally wacky' idea may work to shield earth from heat

About cloud whitening.

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08.01.2013

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the guardian: Rogue geoengineering could 'hijack' world's climate

"Techniques aimed at averting global warming could lead to an unpredictable international crisis, a report has warned"

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08.01.2013

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SFGate: Looking to sky to fight climate change

About Armand Neukermans and cloud brightening.

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08.01.2013

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der Freitag: Climate is looking for a savior (German)

German newspaper interview with the political scientist Michael Zürn (Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin).

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