24.03.2020

# Calls & events

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Job: Project Manager (Nori)

Deadline: 01. April 2020

"Fill out the form below for a chance to become our newest team member:"

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23.03.2020

# Calls & events

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Newsletter of Week 13 of 2020

The newsletter of calendar week 13 of 2020 is now available here.


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23.03.2020

# Calls & events

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Events: Cancelled or rescheduled due to COVID-19 (list of week 13)

The following events from the CE News Calendar have been rescheduled or cancelled due to COVID-19 (state of week 13 of 2020):

  • 25.03.2020, Event: Carbon Removal Network Meet Up, online: moved to online
  • 3.-8.05.2020, Conference: EGU General Assembly 2020, Vienna / Austria: cancelled, changed into an online activity week
  • 27.-28.06.2020, Gordon Research Seminar (GRS): Climate Engineering, Newry, ME / US: cancelled
  • 28.06.-3.07.2020, Gordon Research Conference (GRC): Climate Engineering, Newry, ME / US: cancelled
  • 29.06.-1.07.2020, Conference: 2020 International Energy Workshop, Freiburg / Germany: cancelled
  • 21.-23. 10.2020, Workshop: Ecological Impacts of Solar Radiation Management, Port Jefferson, New York / USA: rescheduled from March to October
  • 28.-30.10. 2020, Workshop: Community Climate Intervention Strategies, Boulder, CO / USA: rescheduled from April to October

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23.03.2020

# Media

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Forbes: Sci-fi tech tackles climate change with fake trees

"For two decades, Klaus Lackner has been fixated on trees and how they pull carbon dioxide from the air. What if, the Arizona State University engineering professor theorized, you could create a machine that worked like a tree—but a thousand times more efficiently—thereby reducing the effects of climate change?"

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23.03.2020

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Smithsonian Magazine: Six Crazy Attempts to Geoengineer the Weather

"These scientists and inventors set out to change the planet with these out-of-the-box ideas."

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23.03.2020

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Azo cleantech: Stratospheric Aerosol Geoengineering Could be Useful for Mitigating Climate Change

"The concept of stratospheric aerosol geoengineering involves adding a layer of aerosol particles to the upper atmosphere to decrease climate changes due to greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide."

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23.03.2020

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Axios: Geoengineering might work best in small doses

"A study suggests solar geoengineering could work most effectively by trying to blunt half of expected global warming, rather than all of it."

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23.03.2020

# New Publications

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Eisaman, Matthew D. 2020: “Negative Emissions Technologies: The Tradeoffs of Air-Capture Economics.”

Eisaman, Matthew D. 2020: “Negative Emissions Technologies: The Tradeoffs of Air-Capture Economics.” Joule 4 (3): 516–20. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.joule.2020.02.007.

‌"Climate models predict that significant deployment of negative emissions technologies (NETs) will be needed to avoid warming beyond 1.5°C."

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23.03.2020

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CSR News: The Time for Action Is Now, the Time for Trees Is Now

"The Arbor Day Foundation hosted and participated in a large number of forestry events at the United Nations Climate Change Conference during the 25th Conference of the Parties (COP25) in Madrid, Spain."

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23.03.2020

# New Publications

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Zeng, Sibo, et al. 2019: “Sensitivity of the Global Carbonate Weathering Carbon-Sink Flux to Climate and Land-Use Changes.”

Zeng, Sibo, Zaihua Liu, and Georg Kaufmann. 2019: “Sensitivity of the Global Carbonate Weathering Carbon-Sink Flux to Climate and Land-Use Changes.” Nature Communications 10 (1). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-019-13772-4.

‌"Here, we show that there is likely to be a widespread and consistent increase in the global CCSF (ranging from + 9.8% (RCP4.5) to + 17.1% (RCP8.5)) over the period 1950–2100."

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