22.07.2021

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Carlisle, Daniel P.; et al. (2021): Public engagement with emerging technologies: Does reflective thinking affect survey responses?

Carlisle, Daniel P.; Feetham, Pamela M.; Wright, Malcolm J.; Teagle, Damon A. H. (2021): Public engagement with emerging technologies: Does reflective thinking affect survey responses? In Public understanding of science (Bristol, England), 9636625211029438. DOI: 10.1177/09636625211029438.

"We examine whether encouraging participants to engage in more reflective thinking affects their perceptions of emerging climate technologies."

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22.07.2021

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Pasek, Anne; et al. (2021): Reflections on a hypothetical decentralized grassroots deployment solar geoengineering scenario

Pasek, Anne; Morrow, David; Lee, Walker; Felgenhauer, Tyler (2021): Reflections on a hypothetical decentralized grassroots deployment solar geoengineering scenario. In Futures, p. 102811. DOI: 10.1016/j.futures.2021.102811.

"This thought experiment—the subject of a scenario exercise at the Sixth International Geoengineering Governance Summer School—produced a range of critical reflections on international responses to such grassroots deployment as participant teams developed and critiqued governance proposals."

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22.07.2021

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Belaia, Mariia; et al. (2021): The Private Sector to the Rescue? Analysis of a Hypothetical Scenario of SG Deployment

Belaia, Mariia; Borth, Amanda; Weng, Weili (2021): The Private Sector to the Rescue? Analysis of a Hypothetical Scenario of SG Deployment. In Futures. DOI: 10.1016/j.futures.2021.102810.

"The present paper summarizes and analyzes the experience working with one of the four hypothetical scenarios of geoengineering deployment, that titled “Private sector to the rescue?”."

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22.07.2021

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Schenuit, Felix; et al. (2021): A Scenario of Solar Geoengineering Governance: Vulnerable States Demand, and Act

Schenuit, Felix; Gilligan, Jonathan; Viswamohanan, Anjali (2021): A Scenario of Solar Geoengineering Governance: Vulnerable States Demand, and Act. In Futures. DOI: 10.1016/j.futures.2021.102809.

"In this scenario, states vulnerable to impacts of climate change deploy solar geoengineering; the article provides insights into possible responses of a Great Power Bloc (Member of UN Security Council + Japan and Germany)."

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22.07.2021

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Parson, Edward A.; Reynolds, Jesse L. (2021): Solar Geoengineering Governance: Insights from a Scenario Exercise

Parson, Edward A.; Reynolds, Jesse L. (2021): Solar Geoengineering Governance: Insights from a Scenario Exercise. In Futures. DOI: 10.1016/j.futures.2021.102805.

"This paper concludes the collection on an extended scenario exercise that examined governance challenges and potential responses for solar geoengineering."

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22.07.2021

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Xu, Xiaoyin; et al. (2021): Direct Air Capture of CO 2 by Microalgae with Buoyant Beads Encapsulating Carbonic Anhydrase

Xu, Xiaoyin; Kentish, Sandra E.; Martin, Gregory J. O. (2021): Direct Air Capture of CO 2 by Microalgae with Buoyant Beads Encapsulating Carbonic Anhydrase. In ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng. DOI: 10.1021/acssuschemeng.1c01618.

"Here we investigate a means of retaining CA at the surface of algae ponds to facilitate direct air capture by cross-linking CA with glutaraldehyde (GA) before encapsulation into buoyant calcium alginate beads."

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22.07.2021

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Hulme, Michael; et al. (2021): Balancing a budget or running a deficit? The offset regime of carbon removal and solar geoengineering under a carbon budget

Hulme, Michael; Asayama, Shinichiro; Markusson, Nils (2021): Balancing a budget or running a deficit? The offset regime of carbon removal and solar geoengineering under a carbon budget. DOI: 10.17863/CAM.72634.

"Using this fictive character of budget manager as a heuristic device, the paper analyses the roles of carbon dioxide removal (CDR) and solar radiation management (SRM) under a carbon budget."

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19.07.2021

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Laakso, Anton; et al. (2021): Dependency of the impacts of geoengineering on the stratospheric sulfur injection strategy part 1: Intercomparison of modal and sectional aerosol module

Laakso, Anton; Niemeier, Ulrike; Visioni, Daniele; Tilmes, Simone; Kokkola, Harri (2021): Dependency of the impacts of geoengineering on the stratospheric sulfur injection strategy part 1: Intercomparison of modal and sectional aerosol module. In Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions, pp. 1–36. DOI: 10.5194/acp-2021-526.

"Here, we have studied different spatio-temporal injections strategies with different injection magnitudes by using the aerosol-climate model ECHAM-HAMMOZ with two aerosol microphysical modules: the sectional module SALSA and the modal module M7."

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19.07.2021

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Neukermans, Armand; et al. (2021): Methods for Dispersal of Precipitated Calcium Carbonate for Stratospheric Aerosol Injection

Neukermans, Armand; Cooper, Gary; Foster, Jack; Galbraith, Lee; Jain, Sudhanshu (2021): Methods for Dispersal of Precipitated Calcium Carbonate for Stratospheric Aerosol Injection. In Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology. DOI: 10.1175/JTECH-D-20-0205.1.

"Two methods for the laboratory-scale formation of aerosols of nanosized particles of precipitated calcium carbonate (PCC), for potential use in Stratospheric Aerosol Injection (SAI), a Solar Radiation Management (SRM) technique, are described"

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19.07.2021

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Batres, Maya; et al. (2021): Environmental and climate justice and technological carbon removal

Batres, Maya; Wang, Frances M.; Buck, Holly; Kapila, Rudra; Kosar, Ugbaad; Licker, Rachel et al. (2021): Environmental and climate justice and technological carbon removal. In The Electricity Journal 34 (7), p. 107002. DOI: 10.1016/j.tej.2021.107002.

"In this paper we map dimensions of environmental and climate justice that stakeholders and communities will need to consider -- from local to global scales. Mapping issues is a step towards developing frameworks to undertake CDR in an environmentally just way."

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