28.11.2014

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Alfred de Zayas' Human Rights Corner Blog: International Law Weekend: Panel on Geo-Engineering

Report of the ILA Panel on Geo-engineering – New York, 24 October 2014.

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28.11.2014

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Nextbigfuture Blog: Scaling and testing geoengineering

Blog article on scale of CE and testing methods.

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28.11.2014

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BBC News: How could we intervene to change the climate?

"Imagine the trouble that would ensue if China resorted to desperate measures to cool its climate but the result was that the Indian Monsoon suddenly failed."

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27.11.2014

# Projects

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Project finding: Integrated Assessment of Geoengineering Proposals (IAGP)

Findings from IAGP project online available. "Integrating physical, engineering and social sciences to construct a framework for assessing effectiveness and side effects of geoengineering proposals."

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27.11.2014

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CfP: Climate engineering: new insights from (Solar) Radiation Management studies - EGU Assembly

Deadline: 07.01.2015

Call for abstracts for the EGU Assembly. "This session will present new findings from studies involving Stratospheric Aerosol Injections, Marine Sky Brightening and Cirrus Cloud Thinning. Contributions from the Geoengineering Intercomparison Project (GeoMIP) and other climate model and impact studies are welcome."

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26.11.2014

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terrafiniti Blog: Geoengineering – are you feeling lucky?

"Is this an approach we should seriously consider in preference to reducing the dependence our economy and way of life has upon carbon dispersal? Does it make more sense to reject the development and scaling of provably safe technologies and instead put our trust in what might be a reckless, irreversible gamble?"

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26.11.2014

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BBC News: Geo-engineering: Climate fixes 'could harm billions'

"Schemes to tackle climate change could prove disastrous for billions of people, but might be required for the good of the planet, scientists say."

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26.11.2014

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International Business Times: Geo-engineering has High Costs and Low Benefits Conclude Three UK Studies

"Three UK projects - IAGP, led by the University of Leeds; SPICE, led by the University of Bristol; and CGG, led by the University of Oxford have concluded that geo-engineering may not be a great way to fix the planet's climate."

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26.11.2014

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the guardian: Reflecting sunlight into space has terrifying consequences, say scientists

"But ‘geoengineers’ say urgent nature of climate change means research must continue into controversial technology to combat rising temperatures"

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26.11.2014

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Science: What have climate engineering boffins learned?

"Three projects funded by the British government since 2010 to study the deliberate tinkering with the planet to counteract climate change, known as geoengineering, are soon to end. Today scientists presenting at the Royal Society in London announced some of their findings, took stock of some of their setbacks and laid out the way forward."

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