17.11.2020

# New Publications

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Delina, Laurence L. (2020): Potentials and critiques of building a Southeast Asian interdisciplinary knowledge community on critical geoengineering studies

Delina, Laurence L. (2020): Potentials and critiques of building a Southeast Asian interdisciplinary knowledge community on critical geoengineering studies. In Climatic Change, pp. 1–15. DOI: 10.1007/s10584-020-02921-0.

"This essay summarizes the deliberations of a workshop that sought to build an inter- and multi-disciplinary knowledge community on the critical study of geoengineering in Southeast Asia."

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27.10.2020

# New Publications

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Converse, Benjamin A.; et al. (2020): If humans design the planet: A call for psychological scientists to engage with climate engineering

Converse, Benjamin A.; Hancock, Patrick I.; Klotz, Leidy E.; Clarens, Andres F.; Adams, Gabrielle S. (2020): If humans design the planet: A call for psychological scientists to engage with climate engineering. In The American psychologist. DOI: 10.1037/amp0000656.

"The field of psychological science should prepare to help society responsibly consider climate engineering alongside more conventional climate-change responses. This article lays out some initial questions and issues a call to action. It aims to provide common ground for a conversation between climatologists, policymakers, psychological scientists, and members of the public on the important behavioral touchpoints of climate engineering."

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23.10.2020

# New Publications

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Sapinski, J. P.; et al. (2020): Has it come to this? The promises and perils of geoengineering on the brink

Sapinski, J. P.; Buck, Holly Jean; Malm, Andreas (Eds.) (2020): Has it come to this? The promises and perils of geoengineering on the brink. New Brunswick, Camden: Rutgers University Press (Nature, society, and culture).

"The editors set out this diverse collection of voices not as a monolithic, unified take on geoengineering, but as a place where creative thinkers, students, and interested environmental and social justice advocates can explore nuanced ideas in more than 240 characters."

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05.10.2020

# Calls & events

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Call for Abstracts: Critical Geographies of Geoengineering (AAG 2021)

Deadline: 20. October 2020

"This session aims to bring together broad perspectives in critical geography to examine the emergence of geoengineering technologies."

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17.08.2020

# New Publications

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Zelikova, Tamara Jane (2020): The future of carbon dioxide removal must be transdisciplinary

Zelikova, Tamara Jane (2020): The future of carbon dioxide removal must be transdisciplinary. In Interface Focus. 10 (5), p. 20200038. DOI: 10.1098/rsfs.2020.0038.

"This CDR-themed issue brings together diverse perspectives in order to identify opportunities to integrate across CDR disciplines, create a more holistic research agenda and inform how CDR is deployed. The individual papers within the issue discuss engineered and nature-based CDR approaches as well as the broader social and behavioural dimensions of CDR development and deployment."

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14.07.2020

# New Publications

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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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28.02.2020

# Media

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Nature: Economists and scientists: solve big societal problems by working together

"Economics and natural-science disciplines are reuniting. It’s about time."

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04.01.2017

# New Publications

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Low, Sean (2016): The Futures of Climate Engineering

Low, Sean (2016): The Futures of Climate Engineering. In: Earth's Future. DOI: 10.1002/2016EF000442 .

"Potentially valuable branches of work to come might be the anticipatory use of the future: the design of experimental spaces for exploring the future of an engineered climate in service of responsible research and innovation, and the integration of this work within the unfolding context of the Paris Agreement."

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07.01.2014

# Media

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Climate Change National Forum: Gavin Schmidt and Judith Curry on Science Advocacy by Dr. Bart Verheggen

Report on the AGU conference.

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30.12.2013

# Media

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Climate Central: Reducing Sunlight by Geoengineering Will Not Cool Earth

Media response to Kleidon, A.; Renner, M. (2013). "Two German scientists have just confirmed that you can’t balance the Earth’s rising temperatures by simply toning down the sunlight."

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