05.08.2020

# New Publications

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Low, Sean; Honegger, Matthias (2020): A Precautionary Assessment of Systemic Projections and Promises From Sunlight Reflection and Carbon Removal Modeling

Low, Sean; Honegger, Matthias (2020): A Precautionary Assessment of Systemic Projections and Promises From Sunlight Reflection and Carbon Removal Modeling. In Risk analysis : an official publication of the Society for Risk Analysis. DOI: 10.1111/risa.13565.

"We describe how evolving modeling practices are trending toward optimized and “best‐case” projections —portraying deployment schemes that create both technically slanted and politically sanitized profiles of risk, as well as ideal objectives for CDR and SRM as mitigation‐enhancing, time‐buying mechanisms for carbon transitions or vulnerable populations."

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14.07.2020

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Kreuter, Judith; et al. (2020): Unveiling assumptions through interdisciplinary scrutiny: Observations from the German Priority Program on Climate Engineering (SPP 1689)

Kreuter, Judith; Matzner, Nils; Baatz, Christian; Keller, David P.; Markus, Till; Wittstock, Felix et al. (2020): Unveiling assumptions through interdisciplinary scrutiny: Observations from the German Priority Program on Climate Engineering (SPP 1689). In Climatic Change. DOI: 10.1007/s10584-020-02777-4.

"We aim to illustrate how interdisciplinary exchange helps to unveil assumptions in research endeavors and why this is important for successful interdisciplinary collaborations. We therefore follow different stages of the German Priority Program on Climate Engineering (SPP 1689), which we use as an example case of a successful interdisciplinary project. SPP 1689 focused on risks, challenges, and opportunities of Climate Engineering from the perspectives of numerous disciplines."

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18.05.2020

# New Publications

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Howarth, Candice; et al. 2020: “Effectively Communicating Climate Science beyond Academia: Harnessing the Heterogeneity of Climate Knowledge.”

Howarth, Candice, Laurie Parsons, and Harriet Thew. 2020: “Effectively Communicating Climate Science beyond Academia: Harnessing the Heterogeneity of Climate Knowledge.” One Earth 2 (4): 320–24. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oneear.2020.04.001.

‌"This Primer discusses the heterogeneous manner in which climate change messaging is received by different audiences, how social scientific approaches could help to better tailor climate change messaging to this varied landscape, and how attempts to close this gap must consider the emotional and affective dimensions of climate messaging. We explore how the use of narratives can enhance effective climate science communication and emphasize the importance of evidence-based advocacy in the current era of global challenges, uncertainty, and post-truth."

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23.11.2017

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Vice: Chemtrails conspiracy theorists are sending death threats to climate scientists

"You’re a part of this mass conspiracy killing life on Earth as we know it,” one of the report’s authors Gernot Wagner told VICE News, quoting some of the hate mail he has received."

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27.06.2014

# New Publications

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Preston, Christopher J. (2014): Framing an ethics of climate management for the anthropocene

Preston, Christopher J. (2014): Framing an ethics of climate management for the anthropocene. In Climatic Change. DOI: 10.1007/s10584-014-1182-4.

"The paper considers geoengineering alongside various other anthropogenic forcing activities and discusses what the climate imperative would say about each of them. On this analysis, GHG and black carbon reductions remain a priority."

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12.06.2014

# New Publications

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Ferraro, Angus J. (2014): Atmospheric Responses to Geoengineering in the Stratosphere

Ferraro, Angus J. (2014): Atmospheric Responses to Geoengineering in the Stratosphere. Reading. DOI 10.6084/m9.figshare.1014284.

"The first part of this thesis quantifies the stratospheric temperature response to a range of size distributions of sulphate, titania, limestone and soot aerosol. [...] The second part of this thesis uses a global climate model to investigate the dynamical response of the troposphere and the stratosphere to the radiative perturbations introduced by geoengineering aerosol."

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12.12.2012

# Media

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Bangor Daily News: Climate talks: Coasting toward disaster

Opinion: about the drastic consequences of failiur of climate talks.

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