14.08.2012

# New Publications

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Pope, F. D.; et al. (2012): Stratospheric aerosol particles and solar-radiation management

Pope, F. D.; Braesicke, P.; Grainger, R. G.; Kalberer, M.; Watson, I. M.; Davidson, P. J.; Cox, R. A. (2012): Stratospheric aerosol particles and solar-radiation management. In: Nature Climate change.

Sulfur-SRM modelling study. "We show that aerosols with other compositions, such as minerals, could be used to dramatically increase the amount of light scatter achieved on a per mass basis, thereby reducing the particle mass required for injection."

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25.07.2012

# New Publications

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Kulkarni, Ambarish R.; Sholl, David S. (2012): Analysis of Equilibrium-Based TSA Processes for Direct Capture of CO 2 from Air

Kulkarni, Ambarish R.; Sholl, David S. (2012): Analysis of Equilibrium-Based TSA Processes for Direct Capture of CO 2 from Air. In: Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 51 (25), pp. 8631–8645.

Chemical study of direct air capture.

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18.07.2012

# Media

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the guardian: Geoengineering projects around the world - map

"ETC Group has produced a world map of geoengineering that represents the first attempt to document the expanding scope of research and experimentation in the large-scale manipulation of Earth or climate systems"

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18.07.2012

# Media

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NY Times: Trial Balloon: A Tiny Geoengineering Experiment

A proposal for a SRM field test by James Anderson and David Keith.

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31.05.2012

# Calls & events

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Live Chat: Can Geoengineering Save the World?

31.05.2012, 3 p.m. EDT

Live chat with David Keith and Eli Kintisch.

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20.04.2012

# Calls & events

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International Biochar Congress 2012 China

16.-20.09.2012, China Agricultural University

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18.04.2012

# Media

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Club Troppo Blog: An update on geo-engineering and solar power prices

Comparing CE with solar power.

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01.04.2011

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A Hard Look at the Perils and Potential of Geoengineering

The Asilomar conference on geoengineering had been touted as a potentially historic event. What emerged, however, were some unexpected lessons about the possibilities and pitfalls of manipulating the Earth’s climate to offset global warming.


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