11.11.2019

# New Publications

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Gambardella, S. (2019): The Stormy Emergence of Geoengineering in the International Law of the Sea

Gambardella, S. 2019. “The Stormy Emergence of Geoengineering in the International Law of the Sea.” Carbon & Climate Law Review 13 (2): 122–29. https://doi.org/10.21552/cclr/2019/2/7.

‌"This study aims to look at the role that international environmental law could or should play in the development of geoengineering. The discussions that have taken place on geoengineering in international fora are rich in lessons about these rights themselves and with regard to their effectiveness and efficiency. Thus, questions of ‘good governance’ emerge. It is therefore a question of presenting the various possibilities offered by international law to frame - even forbid - these new practices."

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04.11.2019

# Political Papers

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Fiekowsky, Peter; et al. (2019): Climate Restoration: Solutions to the Greatest Threat Facing Humanity and Nature Today. The Foundation for Climate Restoration, September 2019. White Paper.

Fiekowsky, Peter; Douglis, Carole; Lee, Susan (2019): Climate Restoration: Solutions to the Greatest Threat Facing Humanity and Nature Today. The Foundation for Climate Restoration, September 2019. White Paper. Available online at https://foundationforclimaterestoration.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/20190916b_f4cr4_white-paper.pdf.

"The purpose of this paper is to show that we do not in fact need to leave dangerous, unprecedented conditions to our progeny. We have the technology and the financing, now, to reclaim the climate of over a century ago. What we need is the commitment to do so."

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30.09.2019

# New Publications

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Pan, YiWen; et al. (2019): A sea trial of air-lift concept artificial upwelling in the East China Sea

Pan, YiWen; Li, Yifan; Fan, Wei; Zhang, DaHai; Qiang, Yongfa; Jiang, ZongPei; Chen, Ying (2019): A sea trial of air-lift concept artificial upwelling in the East China Sea. In: Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology. DOI: 10.1175/JTECH-D-18-0238.1.

"In this work, a sea-trial of an air-lift concept AU system driven by self-powered energy was carried out in the East China Sea (ECS) (30°8′14″N, 122°44′59″E) to assess the logistics of at-sea deployment and the durability of the equipment under extremely complex hydrodynamic condition from Sep 3rd to 7th, 2014."

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30.09.2019

# Media

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SHZ: With stones against climate change?

German newspaper article on ocean-based CDR research at GEOMAR.

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26.08.2019

# Media

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Anthropocene: While we debate geoengineering the ocean, it seems we’re already doing it

"Researchers in the United States analyzed iron in air samples collected on a research cruise in the North Atlantic Ocean. They used stable isotopes—forms of the same chemical element with different atomic weights—to discern the signature of different sources of iron."

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07.07.2019

# Media

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Independent: Tackle climate change by fertilising ocean with iron, expert says

"Daring geoengineering schemes to suck carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere are increasingly being explored as part of emergency backup plans to save the planet from climate breakdown."

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05.07.2019

# Media

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The Times: Fertilising ocean with iron can combat climate change

"The oceans, when it comes to climate change, are normally viewed as the enemy. The more sea levels rise the more coastal cities, and eventually entire countries, are threatened with being submerged."

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14.06.2019

# Media

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Spiegel Online: That's how, the gobi dessert fertilizes the pacific (German)

German article on CE

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12.06.2019

# Media

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Nature: Should we fertilize oceans or seed clouds? No one knows

"Gather scientific evidence on the feasibility and risks of marine geoengineering to guide regulation of research, advise Philip Boyd and Chris Vivian."

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08.04.2019

# Media

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Cosmos: Adding iron to oceans could increase carbon storage

"David Emerson from the Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences in the US likes to think so. Writing in the journal Frontiers, he suggests it as a novel but potentially effective way to “fertilise” microscopic ocean plants and ultimately lower atmospheric carbon levels."

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