30.03.2013

# Calls & events

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Talk/Lecture: The Hydrological Impact of Geoengineering in the GeoMIP

26.04.2013, UCAR

"In this seminar, we present results from 12 CMIP5 models that contributed to the Geoengineering model intercomparison project (GeoMIP)."

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07.03.2013

# Media

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The Cornell Daily Sun: Sea Urchins May Save the World

Sea urchins capture CO2. "Experts at Newcastle University, UK, discovered that sea urchins use nickel particles to convert carbon dioxide from the ocean into the harmless mineral, calcium carbonate."

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03.03.2013

# Political Papers

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UK government: Government view on geo-engineering research (updated)

The department of energy and climate change of the UK government has published a position on CE. (The links have been updated. No new information.)

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20.02.2013

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Green Optimistic: How Solar Radiation Management Can Stop Global Warming

Short article explaining basics of SRM.

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11.02.2013

# Political Papers

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African Academy of Sciences (2012): Governance of Solar Radiation Management Research. African Perspectives

African Academy of Sciences (2012): Governance of Solar Radiation Management Research. African Perspectives. Workshop Report. Dakar.

"The African Academy of Sciences has published a report  on the perspectives of African Scientists and other stakeholders on solar radiation management research governance . The report is a result of a major workshop held on June 27th 2012 at the Hotel Ngor Diarama, Dakar, Senegal."

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10.01.2013

# New Publications

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Gardiner, Stephen M. (2013): The Desperation Argument for Geoengineering. (final)

Gardiner, Stephen M. (2013): The Desperation Argument for Geoengineering. In: APSC 46 (01), pp. 28–33. DOI doi:10.1017/S1049096512001424

"Some argue that geoengineering by desperate nations would be justified, and that the developed nations ought to aid them through research on how to do it. In this paper, I explore two interpretations of such arguments and find them wanting. I also argue that, whether or not geoengineering by the desperate would be justified, focusing on justification alone obscures important aspects of the ethics of geoengineering. "

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20.12.2012

# Media

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The Economist: Atmospheric governance

Media response to Weitzman (2012).

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17.10.2012

# Calls & events

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4th CE-newsletter available

The fourth climate engineering newsletter is available here.


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16.08.2012

# New Publications

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Klepper, Gernot; Rickels, Wilfried (2012): The Real Economics of Climate Engineering

Klepper, Gernot; Rickels, Wilfried (2012): The Real Economics of Climate Engineering. In: Economics Research International, pp. 1–20.

New calculation with formerly unknown costs. "Whereas Barrett was mostly focusing on the cost of running CE measures, we point out that several determinants of overall economic cost like price or external effects are not yet sufficiently accounted for and that the question of dynamic efficiency is still unresolved."

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18.06.2012

# Media

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InformationNigeria.org: Some CDR Geoengineering technologies will delight Africa

"Unhappy Africa –- for no climate change deal yet — will find this interesting when deployed on ground as a means to reduce CO2 in the atmosphere. Introducing this to Africa –- usually upbeat about striking new technologies –- will see majority embrace geoengineering moderately."

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