25.11.2012

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abc.net: One of the world's leading geo-engineering proponents, Harvard Professor David Keith

Video interview from Australian Broadcasting Corporation. "Interview with David Keith, Professor of Applied Physics at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, from Calgary: A leading scientist in the field of geo-engineering."

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25.11.2012

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abc.net: Science fiction gets real: a special report

Video broadcast from Australian Broadcasting Corporation. "The emergency science to ward off the worst effects of climate change, from space-based mirrors to chemicals blasted into the stratosphere."

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21.11.2012

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hr2 kultur: Geo-Engineering - the latest megalomania? (German)

German radio broadcast on CE.

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19.11.2012

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Texas Enterprise: Climate Engineering May Be the Key to Fighting Global Warming

"J. Eric Bickel, Ph.D., an assistant professor in the Cockrell School of Engineering’s Graduate Program in Operations Research (Department of Mechanical Engineering), discussed findings from his research into climate engineering during a Nov. 1 Energy Symposium lecture on the University of Texas Campus. "

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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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