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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08.01.2013

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NY Times: Pulling Carbon Dioxide Out of Thin Air

"Whether streaming from the tailpipes of cars or the smokestacks of so many power plants and factories, carbon dioxide emissions keep growing around the globe."

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08.01.2013

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Science 2.0 Blog: Geo-Engineering For Global Warming Needs International Laws With Teeth

Media response to Abelkop/Carlson (2012).

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02.01.2013

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Summary: Marion Hourdequin Looks at Ethics of Solar Radiation Management

Summary of a book chapter by Marion Hourdequin publishedin 2012.

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31.12.2012

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Climate engineering in 2012

Some media rank climate engineering as an important news event of 2012.


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31.12.2012

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UnderwaterTimes.com: Geo-Engineering Against Climate Change: Seeding The Oceans With Iron May Not Address Carbon Emissions

"Previous estimates of cost fail to recognize the economic challenge of distributing low concentrations of iron over large areas of the ocean surface and the subsequent loss processes that result in only a small net storage of carbon per square kilometer fertilized."

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20.12.2012

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globalwarmingisreal.com: Permaculture and Perennial Crops as a Geo-Engineering Strategy

"One idea, touted by permaculturist Mark Shepard, is to change the farming paradigm away from annual crops to perennial crops.  The concept of replanting crops every year is the norm in farming culture, but we don’t often stop to ask if that is the most efficient and environmentally friendly methodology."

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