28.07.2014

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News Review of Week 30 and Week 31

The news review of calendar week 29 and week 30 in 2014 is now available here.


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15.07.2014

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Leedal, David; et al. (2014): Climate Decision-Making as a Recursive Process

Beer, Michael; Au, Siu-Kui; Hall, Jim W. (Eds.) (2014): Second International Conference on Vulnerability and Risk Analysis and Management (ICVRAM) and the Sixth International Symposium on Uncertainty, Modeling, and Analysis (ISUMA). Liverpool, UK, July 13-16, 2014. DOI 10.1061/9780784413609.286

"In this paper, we will illustrate the recursive nature of climate decision-making using a geoengineering case study."

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08.07.2014

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21st Century Challenges: Geo-engineering

"Geo-engineering techniques have often been dismissed as pure science fiction, but more recently those previously against the idea of geo-engineering seem prepared to cautiously consider it as part of the solution."

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11.06.2014

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Branson, Michael C. (2014): A Green Herring. How Current Ocean Fertilization Regulation Distracts from Geoengineering Research

Branson, Michael C. (2014): A Green Herring. How Current Ocean Fertilization Regulation Distracts from Geoengineering Research. In Santa Clara Law Review 54 (1), Art. 5.

"This Comment proposes that nations tackle the dangers posed by ocean fertilization experiments together with other geoengineering activities, in the context of combatting climate change."

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21.11.2013

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The Economist: Stopping a scorcher

"The controversy over manipulating climate change". About the Keith-Hamilton debate.

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04.09.2013

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Schäfer, Stefan; et al. (2013): Field tests of solar climate engineering

Schäfer, Stefan; Irvine, Peter J.; Hubert, Anna-Maria; Reichwein, David; Low, Sean; Stelzer, Harald et al. (2013): Field tests of solar climate engineering. In Nature Climate change 3 (9), p. 766. DOI 10.1038/nclimate1987.

"All of these proposals acknowledge a need for some form of governance, such as national oversight by funding bodies, but they also share a common supposition that smallscale testing should proceed even in the absence of further international agreement. However, there are strong reasons to refrain from such testing until some form of international cooperation on climate engineering has been established."

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12.12.2012

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Video: AGU Fall Meeting

Video Lecture from the AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 3-7 Dec 2012.

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03.12.2012

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onearth: Earth: Under Repair, Forever

About CE in a broader sense. "Geoengineering sounds like something from a science fiction novel, but we actually do it every day."

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05.07.2012

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The Agenda Blog: Marc Gunther on the Promise of Air Capture Technology

Review of Marc Gunther's book "Suck It Up".

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02.01.2012

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Talk/Lecture: Smoke and Mirrors: Is Geoengineering a Solution to Global Warming?

Colloquium, 25.01.2012, 16:00-17:30, Berkley, 110 Barrows Hall

Smoke and Mirrors: Is Geoengineering a Solution to Global Warming?

Alan Robock, Professor, Department of Environmental Sciences, Rutgers University


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