26.02.2013

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Science 2.0 Blog: Geoengineering By Committee? Time To Get Totalitarian

Critical response to Ricke, Katharine L.; et al. (2013). "Social authoritarianism may be the way to go"

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22.02.2013

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Physorg: Geoengineering by coalition

Media response to Ricke, Katharine L.; et al. (2013). "This type of proposed solution carries with it a number of uncertainties, however, including geopolitical questions about who would be in charge of the activity and its goals."

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08.01.2013

# Projects

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American Carbon Registry: Carbon Capture and Storage in Oil and Gas Reservoirs

American Carbon Registry has released a draft CCS methodology that explicitly covers direct air capture (DAC).

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29.11.2012

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Popular Mechanics: Can We Stop Modern-Day Mad Scientists?

"An American businessman made waves last month when, without asking permission, he dumped a bunch of iron sulfate into the Pacific Ocean to launch a carbon-sequestering geoengineering experiment. With these sorts of Earth-hacking ideas being floated, what's to stop a man with the means from doing it himself?"

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22.10.2012

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MacMartin, Douglas G.; et al. (2012): Management of trade-offs in geoengineering through optimal choice of non-uniformradiative forcing

MacMartin, Douglas G.; Keith, David W.; Kravitz, Ben; Caldeira, Ken (2012): Management of trade-offs in geoengineering through optimal choice of non-uniformradiative forcing. In: Nature Climate change. DOI 10.1038/nclimate1722 (online first)

"Here we show that optimizing the latitudinal and seasonal distribution of solar reduction can improve the fidelity with which solar radiation management offsets anthropogenic climate change."

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