20.11.2013

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CEC 14 Blog: Positive Discussions on Negative Emissions

"Looking back on the Oxford Conference on Negative Emissions Technologies (NETs), September 2013."

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18.11.2013

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cluture|futures: Australia: Climate change shapes new art

Exhibition about (climate) engineered future.

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15.11.2013

# Political Papers

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German young Think Tank of the Club of Rome: 7 Questions on Climate Engineering

A task force from the German young Think Tank 30 of the Club of Rome conducted a list of 7 questions on CE, which were presented by Mojib Lativ and Thomas Bruhn.

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15.11.2013

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Public Lecture: David Keith: A Case for Climate Engineering

29.11.2013, London

David Keith on his new book "A Case for Climate Engineering".

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14.11.2013

# New Publications

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Stilgoe, Jack; et al. (2013): Public Engagement with Biotechnologies Offers Lessons for the Governance of Geoengineering Research and Beyond

Stilgoe, Jack; Watson, Matthew; Kuo, Kirsty; Marris, Claire (2013): Public Engagement with Biotechnologies Offers Lessons for the Governance of Geoengineering Research and Beyond. In PLoS Biol 11 (11), pp. e1001707. DOI 10.1371/journal.pbio.1001707.

"In this paper, we reflect on our involvement in one of the first major research projects in the emerging area of geoengineering. [...] Geoengineering is unavoidably entangled in a political discussion that scientists should seek to understand and engage with."

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12.11.2013

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CBCnews: A case for climate engineering (audio)

Interview with David Keith on his new book. Audio stream.

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12.11.2013

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environmental research web: Geoengineering the climate could reduce vital rains

"But trying to resolve the problem through “geoengineering” could result in monsoonal rains in North America, East Asia, and other regions dropping by 5-7 percent compared to preindustrial conditions. Globally, average precipitation could decrease by about 4.5 percent."

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12.11.2013

# Calls & events

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Discussion: The Post-2015 Climate Agenda: A Role for Climate Engineering?

27.11.2013, Berlin

Discussion with David Keith and Ralph Bodle (Senior Fellow at the EcoLogic Intitute).

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12.11.2013

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Bronson, Diana; et al. (2012): Retooling the Planet. The False Promise of Geoengineering

Bronson, Diana; Mooney, Pat; Wetter, Kathy Jo (2012): Retooling the Planet. The False Promise of Geoengineering. In Tom Butler, George Wuerthner, Richard Heinberg (Eds.): Energy. Overdevelopment and the delusion of endless growth. [Sausalito, CA]: Post Carbon Institute; Watershed Media. ISBN 097095008X

"The notion of using geoengineering is moving from fringe idea to mainstream discussion."

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12.11.2013

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Debate: The case for and against climate engineering

02.12.2013, Oxford/UK

A debate with David Keith and Mike Hulme. "The debate will focus on solar geoengineering - proposed techniques to reflect a proportion of the sun's radiation back into space to counteract some of the effects of climate change."

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