03.05.2021

# New Publications

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Hansson, Anders; et al. (2021): Boundary Work and Interpretations in the IPCC Review Process of the Role of Bioenergy With Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS) in Limiting Global Warming to 1.5°C

Hansson, Anders; Anshelm, Jonas; Fridahl, Mathias; Haikola, Simon (2021): Boundary Work and Interpretations in the IPCC Review Process of the Role of Bioenergy With Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS) in Limiting Global Warming to 1.5°C. In Front. Clim. 3. DOI: 10.3389/fclim.2021.643224.

"This paper contributes to recent debates about the role of the IPCC, and its framing of BECCS, at the science-policy interface."

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28.04.2021

# New Publications

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Lovera‐Bilderbeek, Simone; Lahiri, Souparna (2021): Addressing power imbalances in biosequestration governance

Lovera‐Bilderbeek, Simone; Lahiri, Souparna (2021): Addressing power imbalances in biosequestration governance. In Glob Policy 12 (S1), pp. 57–66. DOI: 10.1111/1758-5899.12882.

"The paper will explore to what extent theoretical concepts like rights‐based approaches have been able to address these conflicts and power imbalances, and whether more profound changes in governance systems are required to ensure equitable implementation of CDR."

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28.04.2021

# New Publications

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Pasztor, Janos; Harrison, Nicholas (2021): Introduction to the Special Issue: ‘Governing Climate‐altering Approaches’

Pasztor, Janos; Harrison, Nicholas (2021): Introduction to the Special Issue: ‘Governing Climate‐altering Approaches’. In Glob Policy 12 (S1), pp. 5–7. DOI: 10.1111/1758-5899.12943.

"This special issue presents new insights relating to the governance of climate‐altering approaches together with possible ways to address knowledge and governance gaps in future."

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28.04.2021

# New Publications

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Jinnah, Sikina; et al. (2021): Splitting Climate Engineering Governance: How Problem Structure Shapes Institutional Design

Jinnah, Sikina; Morrow, David; Nicholson, Simon (2021): Splitting Climate Engineering Governance: How Problem Structure Shapes Institutional Design. In Glob Policy 12 (S1), pp. 8–19. DOI: 10.1111/1758-5899.12900.

"This article adds conceptual discipline to a well‐rehearsed but largely intuitive argument within the climate engineering community that carbon dioxide removal (CDR) and solar radiation management (SRM) should be treated separately – ‘split’ rather than ‘lumped’ – in policy discussions."

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28.04.2021

# New Publications

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Mace, M. J.; et al. (2021): Large‐Scale Carbon Dioxide Removal to Meet the 1.5°C Limit: Key Governance Gaps, Challenges and Priority Responses

Mace, M. J.; Fyson, Claire L.; Schaeffer, Michiel; Hare, William L. (2021): Large‐Scale Carbon Dioxide Removal to Meet the 1.5°C Limit: Key Governance Gaps, Challenges and Priority Responses. In Glob Policy 12 (S1), pp. 67–81. DOI: 10.1111/1758-5899.12921.

"This paper considers governance challenges that arise from the need to rely on CDR to meet the Paris Agreement’s long‐term temperature goal."

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22.04.2021

# Calls & events

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Job: 2 vacancies: 1 postdoctoral and 1 predoctoral researcher on international/European climate governance (100%) (Brussels School of Governance)

Deadline: 23. May 2021

"The researchers will form part of the Brussels School’s Centre for Environment, Economy and Energy (3E Centre) and are expected to contribute to two starting multidisciplinary Horizon 2020 projects on international and European climate governance and policy."

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13.04.2021

# Media

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Advanced Science News: Does responsible climate leadership include research into solar geoengineering?

"Very little is known about the effects of solar geoengineering interventions, and many researchers agree that research as well as deployment should be carefully governed."

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08.04.2021

# Media

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China Dialogue: Who should govern solar geoengineering?

"Solar geoengineering is increasingly being touted as a potential treatment for global warming, but its use also poses major risks to people around the world, especially if left ungoverned."

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30.03.2021

# Media

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C2GTalk: An interview with Saleemul Huq: How can the most vulnerable have a say in governing climate-altering approaches?

"His greatest concern is that decisions that have repercussions for the most vulnerable will be taken without them having a chance to take part in the discussion, so it is extremely important that climate vulnerable nations have a say when decisions are taken regarding climate-altering approaches, including carbon dioxide removal and solar radiation modification."

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29.03.2021

# Media

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World Politics Review: Geoengineering Is Coming, Whether It's Governed or Not

"Facing runaway global warming, individual nations will surely develop and deploy new technologies to reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide and the planet’s exposure to solar radiation."

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