16.11.2012

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brisbanetimes: Looking for a way out of this mess

"We seem unable to cut CO2 emission, but can technology remove them from the atmosphere? Sue Nelson investigates geoegineering"

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16.11.2012

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Los Angeles Times: The pros and cons of trying to adjust the global thermostat

Opinion of the discussion that took place at the Techonomy 2012 conference.

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16.11.2012

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Huffington Post: Why We Don't Need Carbon Cowboys

About the Canadian iron fertilization experiment and natural carbon storage of rainforests.

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16.11.2012

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io9: 10 Ways Geoengineering Could Save the World

List of CE-methods.

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16.11.2012

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The Conversation: Backing biochar: the Australian Government’s role

"This promising approach is making no contribution to offsetting greenhouse gas emissions. Given the benefits of biochar, why is it taking so long to diffuse?"

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16.11.2012

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Techonomy 2012: Geo-engineering – Who Decides, and Who Benefits?

Video containing an interview with David Keith and Andrew Parker. "What are the risks, the opportunities, and the socioeconomic and political implications of the rapidly- evolving science of geo-engineering?"

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16.11.2012

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grist: Geoengineering: A mad scientist’s guide to fixing the planet

A comedian's article on the idea of CE.

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16.11.2012

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TheIntelHub: Public Perception of Climate Geoengineering in Japan as Revealed in an Online Survey

"Here we present results on an online, national survey conducted in March 8-9, 2011, in Japan, to examine the public perception."

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14.11.2012

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MarketWatch: Bloomberg’s misguided endorsement of Obama

About the economic benefits of CE. "The geoengineering approach could be a less-expensive substitute for, or supplement to, industrial carbon reduction policies such as green jobs policies."

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13.11.2012

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Huffington Post: The New Politics of Climate Change

Ten thesis on climate politics with one on CE. "10. Tragically, geo-engineering may be unavoidable, but ill-considered application of it must be resisted."

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