07.07.2015

# Media

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CERSYM Blog: Day 1 - Could we?

From the Climate Engineering Research Symposium Blog. "This week's symposium aims to deal with a wide spectrum of Climate Engineering related questions, but today's session focused on what is arguably one of the most fundamental of them all: Could we do it? Entitled "Scientific Feasibility of Climate Engineering Ideas," the first session of the week included talks by seven natural scientists and engineers who addressed the "Could we?" question from different perspectives."

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06.07.2015

# Calls & events

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News Review of Week 28

The news review of calendar week 28 in 2015 is now available here.


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06.07.2015

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innovations report: Climate Engineering Symposium in Berlin shows state of the art and perspectives of research

German article on the CE Research Symposium starting 7.7. in Berlin.

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06.07.2015

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Following Science, Writing to Society Blog: What is the Biggest Hurdle to Solving Climate Change using Geoengineering?

"This post will weigh current research against each of these concerns in order to attempt to discover which are most pressing and suggest possible avenues of action to make this proposed theory into a real, global solution to climate change."

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04.07.2015

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the guardian: New study warns of dangerous climate change risks to the Earth’s oceans

Study not on CE but includes a comment. "The study also makes a critical and often-overlooked point. Some people believe geoengineering is a better or more practical solution than curbing our carbon pollution. Geoengineering proposals often involve slowing global warming by reducing the amount of sunlight absorbed by the Earth, for example by pumping sulfur high into the atmosphere, or putting large mirrors into orbit."

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03.07.2015

# Projects

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Envisionation: Sev Clarke - Climate Engineering Resource Page

Different measures of oceanic climate engineering.

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03.07.2015

# Media

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University of Oxford: Videos on Geoengineering

Verious videos on climate engineering of University of Oxford / Oxford Martin School.

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03.07.2015

# Projects

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Briefing Notes from the CGG project

"These Briefing Notes summarise some of the key findings and recommendations of the Climate Geoengineering Governance project.  They are intended to be an introduction to the full range of project results available elsewhere on this website."

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03.07.2015

# New Publications

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Bellamy, Rob; et al. (2015): Public Engagement in the Climate Geoengineering Governance project

Bellamy, Rob; Palmer, James; Lezaun, Javier (2015): Public Engagement in the Climate Geoengineering Governance project. Institute for Science, Innovation and Society, University of Oxford.

CGG Public Engagement Workshop. "We begin by outlining our own novel public engagement methodology, before then presenting the findings of our engagement exercise in two parts: (1) public perceptions of climate engineering; and (2) public preferences for climate engineering governance. The article finally concludes by discussing our findings in the light of other research and by making recommendations for future research and policy."

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03.07.2015

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Forum for Climate Engineering Assessment: Climate Geoengineering Timeline

Timeline of CE events prepared by the Forum on Climate Geoengineering Assessment.

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