23.05.2013

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nanowerk: Carbon capture: Making use of minerals

Media response to Highfield (2012a) and Highfield (2012b). "Possible, but expensive, methods include burying the gas underground between rock layers or ‘scrubbing’ the CO2in power station cooling towers before it is released."

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16.03.2013

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Midwest Engergy News: Visions of a sustainable future: Q&A with Jamais Cascio

J. Cascio on wold future and sustainability with a few remards on CE.

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28.02.2013

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redding.com: Geoengineering coalition in our future?


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26.02.2013

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Project Syndicate: Can NASA Stop Global Warming?

"NASA’s international experience will enable researchers to explore the options fully, and to develop the most effective technologies for reducing this ongoing experiment’s risks."

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26.02.2013

# New Publications

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Luokkanen, M.; et al. (2013): Geoengineering, news media and metaphors: Framing the controversial (in press)

Luokkanen, M.; Huttunen, S.; Hilden, M. (2013): Geoengineering, news media and metaphors: Framing the controversial. In: Public Understanding of Science. (in press)

"We show that metaphors strengthen a policy-related storyline, while metaphors are rarer in purely descriptive accounts."

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02.01.2013

# Political Papers

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IISS: Strategic Comments: Geoengineering: rules needed for climate-altering science

Comments from the International Institute for Strategic Studies.

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29.11.2012

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McCOMBS Today: invest_off.png Engineering Professor Urges More Research into Climate Engineering

"J. Eric Bickel, Ph.D., [...] discussed his research into climate engineering during a Nov. 1 Energy Symposium lecture sponsored by the Texas Energy Forum."

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11.08.2012

# New Publications

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Chadwick, Robin; et al. (2012): Asymmetries in tropical rainfall and circulation patterns in idealised CO2 removal experiments

Chadwick, Robin; Wu, Peili; Good, Peter; Andrews, Timothy (2012): Asymmetries in tropical rainfall and circulation patterns in idealised CO2 removal experiments. In: Clim Dyn. (online first)

Modelling study of changes in the hydrosphere after CO2-removal. "Two idealised general circulation model experiments are described, where CO2 concentrations are steadily increased, then decreased along the same path."

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05.04.2012

# Projects

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Oxford Geoengineering: The new GeoBlog

The Oxford Geoengineering Program has a new blog for researchers and professionals in the field of CE. The blog started its first series "Why I Study Geoengineering".

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03.03.2012

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Oxford Martin School Blog: Phil Renforth: Red mud disaster brings carbon capture clue

Phil Renforth: Red mud disaster brings carbon capture clue

"An environmental disaster that occurred in Hungary in 2010 could lead to a new way of removing carbon dioxide emissions from the atmosphere. Phil Renforth, James Martin Fellow at the Oxford Geoengineering Programme, explained how it works to Pete Wilton."

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