29.06.2020

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Deutscher Bundestag: Press release about CE research (German)

Deutscher Bundestag, the German federal parliament, released a short press release in answer to a query about CE research. 

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09.06.2020

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Möller, Ina. 2020: “Political Perspectives on Geoengineering: Navigating Problem Definition and Institutional Fit.”

Möller, Ina. 2020: “Political Perspectives on Geoengineering: Navigating Problem Definition and Institutional Fit.” Global Environmental Politics (20/2). 

‌"This study provides an in-depth, theoretically informed analysis of the obstacles that policymakers face when addressing geoengineering governance."

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23.05.2020

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Waller, Laurie; et al. 2020: “Contested Framings of Greenhouse Gas Removal and Its Feasibility: Social and Political Dimensions.”

Waller, Laurie, Tim Rayner, Jason Chilvers, Clair Amanda Gough, Irene Lorenzoni, Andrew Jordan, and Naomi Vaughan. 2020: “Contested Framings of Greenhouse Gas Removal and Its Feasibility: Social and Political Dimensions.” WIREs Climate Change, May. https://doi.org/10.1002/wcc.649.

"‌We conduct one of the first reviews of the international peer‐reviewed literature pertaining to the social and political dimensions of large‐scale GGR, with a specific focus on two predominant approaches: Biomass energy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) and afforestation/reforestation (AR). "

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24.04.2020

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Lockley, Andrew John; et al. 2020: “Politically Relevant Geoengineering Scenarios.”

Lockley, Andrew John, Yangyang Xu, and Simone Tilmes. 2020: “Politically Relevant Geoengineering Scenarios.” Earth and Space Science Open Archive. https://www.essoar.org/doi/10.1002/essoar.10502864.1.

"This paper discusses various scenarios, which appear to be broadly plausible from both a political and Earth-system standpoint. "

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20.04.2020

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Surprise, Kevin. 2020: “Geopolitical Ecology of Solar Geoengineering: From a ‘logic of Multilateralism’ to Logics of Militarization.”

Surprise, Kevin. 2020: “Geopolitical Ecology of Solar Geoengineering: From a ‘logic of Multilateralism’ to Logics of Militarization.” Journal of Political Ecology 27 (1): 213–35. https://journals.uair.arizona.edu/index.php/JPE/article/view/23583/22372.

"I detail recent involvement in solar geoengineering development on the part of U.S. defense, intelligence, and foreign policy institutions, geoengineering scenarios that adopt militarized logics and expertise, and Realist international relations theories that undergird leading governance scenarios."

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02.04.2020

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Washington Examiner: Industry and Democrats seek to add renewable energy tax credits to fast-moving pandemic stimulus bill

"Wind, solar, storage, and other renewable energy developers are seeking emergency relief from Congress as they worry supply chain disruptions due to the coronavirus pandemic will delay shovels in the ground for new projects, preventing them from taking advantage of soon-expiring tax credits."

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27.03.2020

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Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy: Press release: Continuing the operation of the Technology Centre for CO2 capture at Mongstad

"The state and the industrial companies have now agreed to continue the operation of TCM from the expiration date of the current agreement until the end of 2023."

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09.03.2020

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Port of Rotterdam: Possible EU subsidy for international CO₂ storage cooperation

"The European Union is prepared in principle to provide a subsidy for a project to store CO₂ from industry in Antwerp, Ghent, Zeeland and Rotterdam beneath the North Sea."

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