28.07.2014

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Frequency (Video): Simon Nicholson on Geoengineering

"SIS Assistant Professor Simon Nicholson discusses the promise and potential downsides of geoengineering solutions to climate change."

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05.06.2014

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IOM Today: Exxon – breaking and remaking the climate?

"An oil refinery owned by Exxon. The firm has acknowledged the existence of climate change in funding a report which concluded that geo-engineering through sulphur aerosol spraying would be a cheaper response to global warming than would phasing out fossil fuels."

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02.04.2014

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Robinson, J.; et al. (2014): How deep is deep enough? Ocean iron fertilization and carbon sequestration in the Southern Ocean

Robinson, J.; Popova, E. E.; Yool, A.; Srokosz, M.; Lampitt, R. S.; Blundell, J. R. (2014): How deep is deep enough? Ocean iron fertilization and carbon sequestration in the Southern Ocean. In Geophys. Res. Lett., pp. n/a. DOI 10.1002/2013GL058799.

"This study assesses the impact of deep circulation on carbon sequestered by OIF in the Southern Ocean, a high-nutrient-low-chlorophyll region known to be iron-stressed."

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05.03.2014

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Los Angeles Times: Climate engineering ideas no longer considered pie in the sky

"Scientists backed by the government and Bill Gates are studying schemes such as sunlight-blocking particles and giant carbon vacuums to halt climate change."

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20.12.2013

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New York Times: Engineering the Climate – Colbert’s ‘All-Chocolate Dinner’

Short post on Stephen Colbert's conversation with David Keith.

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30.11.2013

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the guardian: Climate science: can geoengineering save the world?

"Climate professors Mike Hulme and David Keith go head to head over whether climate engineering could provide a solution to climate change"

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27.11.2013

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Scientific American: Starting then Stopping Geoengineering Could Dangerously Accelerate Climate Change

Media response to Jones, et al. (2013). "Starting then Stopping Geoengineering Could Dangerously Accelerate Climate Change."

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08.11.2013

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Madson Pirie: Different geo-engineering proposals are designed to use technology to redress any possible global warming

The founder of the Adam Smith Society on CE.

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17.10.2013

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Ochen Challenge Mitigating ACidification Impacts

"The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation awarded the $10,000 top prize of the Paul G. Allen Ocean Challenge to Dr. Ruth D. Gates from the Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology at the University of Hawaii at Manoa and Dr. Madeleine van Oppen from the Australian Institute of Marine Science for their idea to increase the resilience of critical and highly vulnerable coral reef ecosystems"

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11.08.2013

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Zürn, Michael; Schäfer, Stefan (2013): The Paradox of Climate Engineering

Zürn, Michael; Schäfer, Stefan (2013): The Paradox of Climate Engineering. In Global Policy, pp. n/a. DOI 10.1111/gpol.12004.

" We find a paradox of climate engineering, which consists in the circumstance that exactly those technologies that are capable of acting fast and effectively against rising temperatures at comparatively low costs, are also the technologies that are likely to create the greatest amount of social and political conflict."

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