10.08.2018

# Media

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Nature: Glacier geoengineering needs lawyers too

"Proposals such as those of John Moore and colleagues (Nature 555, 303–305; 2018) for Antarctic glacier geoengineering understate the legal challenges presented by the Antarctic Treaty System (ATS). This system is crucial to Antarctic governance, but faces considerable geopolitical pressure (Nature 558, 161; 2018). It is essential that any activities affecting the Antarctic ecosystem properly engage with the ATS from the outset."

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16.03.2018

# New Publications

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Moore, John C.; et al. (2018): Geoengineer polar glaciers to slow sea-level rise

Moore, John C.; Gladstone, Rupert; Zwinger, Thomas; Wolovick, Michael (2018): Geoengineer polar glaciers to slow sea-level rise. In Nature 555 (7696), pp. 303–305. DOI: 10.1038/d41586-018-03036-4.

"Stalling the fastest flows of ice into the oceans would buy us a few centuries to deal with climate change and protect coasts, argue John C. Moore and colleagues."

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