14.06.2012

# New Publications

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Blackstock, Jason (2012): Researchers can't regulate climate engineering alone

Blackstock, Jason (2012): Researchers can't regulate climate engineering alone. In: Nature 486 (7402), p. 159.

Personal oppinion article on science and governance. "Political interests, not scientists or inventors, will be the biggest influence on technologies to counter climate change, says Jason Blackstock."

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03.03.2012

# Media

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A Prosperous Way Down Blog: Thinking Like a System about Climate Science

Blog article with some common and some interesting/new ideas on CE. Many citations.

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02.02.2012

# Projects

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World Bank: New Soil Carbon Methodology Approved

"The Verified Carbon Standard approved this first methodology on soil carbon, a new approach for sustainable agricultural land management (SALM) practices.  The methodology was developed by the World Bank for the Smallholder Agriculture Carbon Finance Project run by the non-governmental organization Vi Agroforestry in western Kenya.  The pilot, involving more than 60,000 smallholders who are farming 45,000 hectares of land, is run together with smallholder farmers and supported by the World Bank’s BioCarbon Fund."

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13.12.2011

# Media

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Blog (Oxford Martin School): Russian Roulette with four chambers loaded

Opinion written by Tim Kruger on problematic climate politics and CE.

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15.10.2011

# Political Papers

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U.S. Defense Science Board (2011): Trends and Implications of Climate Change for National and International Security

U.S. Defense Science Board (2011): Trends and Implications of Climate Change for National and International Security. Office of the Under Secretary of Defense. Washington, D.C.

Report on security issues with a small chapert on CE: pp. 133-138.

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