10.09.2018

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Der Standard: Ten ideas for a green turn

German article on CE.

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07.09.2018

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C2G2: Hot cities & geoengineering governance

"The past month has once again seen more all-time temperature records being set across the planet and for those living in cities and urban areas, the issue of extreme heat is becoming an uncomfortably hot topic. With the majority of the world’s population now urban dwellers, it’s an issue that city and national governments globally are having to urgently address."

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03.09.2018

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The Atlantic Podcast: Should We Dim the Skies to Save the World?

"In Season Two of the podcast Crazy/Genius, we’re exploring five radical ideas to save the world. Solar geo-engineering has a rather unique combination of radicalness and world-saving potential. So, in our first episode, produced by Kasia Mychajlowycz and Patricia Yacob, we dive deep into its origins in volcanology and explain its clear benefits and myriad risks to humanity."

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27.08.2018

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Flegal, J. A. (2018): The Evidentiary Politics of the Geoengineering Imaginary

Flegal, J. A. (2018): The Evidentiary Politics of the Geoengineering Imaginary. UC Berkeley. ProQuest ID: Flegal_berkeley_0028E_17917. Merritt ID: ark:/13030/m5353h0c. Retrieved from https://escholarship.org/uc/item/4887x5kh

"This dissertation investigates the ways in which societies are coming to know and govern solar geoengineering. The question at the heart of this dissertation is not whether solar geoengineering will succeed, or even whether it should, but rather what makes it --- and its governance --- imaginable. To this end, the bulk of this dissertation aimed to analyze the co-production of the evidence --- and governance assumptions --- for a sociotechnical system that does not yet exist."

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