16.03.2020

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Newsletter of Week 12 of 2020

The newsletter of calendar week 12 of 2020 is now available here.


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16.03.2020

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Video: ARD: Engineers working on climate (German)

German TV program about CE methods.

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16.03.2020

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Der Freitag: Technology First? (German)

German article about the role of CE in climate politics.

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16.03.2020

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International Conference on Negative CO2 Emissions: Conference postponed by a year

"We regret to inform that we have found it necessary to postpone the 2nd International Conference on Negative CO2 Emissions by one year, to May 18-21, 2021, due to the outbreak of Covid-19."

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16.03.2020

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GeoMIP: Updated publications list

"This page lists all publications either officially associated with GeoMIP or using GeoMIP model output."

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16.03.2020

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The Breakthrough Institute: The Limits of Soil Carbon Sequestration

"While these practices have positive soil health benefits, efforts to increase agricultural soil carbon sequestration likely don’t have nearly the level of expected climate benefits."

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16.03.2020

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Bdaily News: Environmental groups respond to carbon capture funding pledge in UK Budget

"In his first UK Budget, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has confirmed that the country will invest £800m in a carbon capture and storage (CCS) infrastructure fund to establish CCS clusters in two sites by 2030."

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16.03.2020

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Video: Assessing Carbon Removal webinar series: Governance of Marine Geoengineering

"In this webinar, Kerryn Brent, University of Adelaide; Wil Burns, Co-Director of the Institute for Carbon Removal Law & Policy; and Jeffrey McGee, University of Tasmania will discuss the potential role of marine climate geoengineering approaches such as ocean alkalinity enhancement and "blue carbon." Focusing on the governance of marine geoengineering research and deployment, along with potential risks of this approach, this webinar come on the heels of CIGI's Special Report on the topic authored by Brent, Burns, and McGee."

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14.03.2020

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The Good Men Project: Who Will Regulate the Researchers?

"Debate continues over whether geoengineering could prove a practicable way of averting the worst impacts of climate change. If it is to do so, a huge research effort will be needed – and who will regulate that?"

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14.03.2020

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The McGill Tribune: Geoengineering is a band-aid solution to the climate crisis

"The conversation around geoengineering, otherwise known as climate intervention or climate engineering, is gaining traction as climate projections remain dire. Offering many salient yet controversial ways to mitigate Earth’s rising temperatures, geoengineering methods include spraying sulphate particulates into the atmosphere to block out solar radiation, fertilizing the ocean with iron to capture more carbon, and injecting atmospheric carbon dioxide into rock deep beneath the Earth’s surface."

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