03.03.2021

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NCAR: CCIS 2020 Webinar Series: Recordings

"Main Goals of the CCIS Webinar Series: Conceptualization of a research framework for assessing proposed climate intervention strategies: Establish shared understanding of ongoing research of climate intervention strategies in different research communities and main challenges. Reach a perspectival integration for completeness of knowledge/understanding. Identify elements of a research program, identify existing and new working groups of such a program."

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22.02.2021

# New Publications

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Rueda, O.; et al. (2021): Negative-emissions technology portfolios to meet the 1.5 °C target

Rueda, O.; Mogollón, J. M.; Tukker, A.; Scherer, L. (2021): Negative-emissions technology portfolios to meet the 1.5 °C target. In Global Environmental Change, p. 102238. DOI: 10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2021.102238.

"Here, we present a comprehensive framework, integrating NETs’ critical performance aspects of feasibility, effectiveness, and side impacts, to define the optimal technology mix within realistic outlooks."

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01.09.2020

# New Publications

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Parson, Edward A.; Buck, Holly J. (2020): Large-Scale Carbon Dioxide Removal: The Problem of Phasedown

Parson, Edward A.; Buck, Holly J. (2020): Large-Scale Carbon Dioxide Removal: The Problem of Phasedown. In Global Environmental Politics 20 (3), pp. 70–92. DOI: 10.1162/glep_a_00575.

"The future phasedown need implies suggestive guidance for near-term decisions about removal methods and design of associated policy and business environments. First, variation among methods’ scale constraints and cost structures suggests a rough ordering of methods by severity of future phasedown challenges. Second, of the three potential means to motivate removals—profitable products incorporating removed carbon, extended emissions-pricing policies, or public procurement contracts—public procurement appears to present the fewest roadblocks to future phasedown."

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25.08.2020

# New Publications

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Muratori, Matteo; et al. (2020): EMF-33 insights on bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS)

Muratori, Matteo; Bauer, Nico; Rose, Steven K.; Wise, Marshall; Daioglou, Vassilis; Cui, Yiyun et al. (2020): EMF-33 insights on bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS). In Climatic Change. DOI: 10.1007/s10584-020-02784-5.

"This paper explores the potential role of bioenergy coupled to carbon dioxide (CO2) capture and storage (BECCS) in long-term global scenarios."

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07.06.2020

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Phys.org: Making sense of climate scenarios: Toolkit for decision-makers launched

"To make climate scenarios work for decision-makers, an international team of researchers developed a comprehensive interactive online platform. It is the first of its kind to provide the tools to use those scenarios—from climate impacts to mitigation and energy options—to a broader public beyond science. The scenarios help policy makers and businesses, finance actors and civil society alike to assess the threat of global warming and ways to limit it."

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04.06.2020

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Newswise: Making sense of climate scenarios: New toolkit available for decision makers

"The SENSES platform is the first of its kind to provide the tools to use scenarios, ranging from climate impacts to mitigation and energy options to a broader public beyond science."

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01.06.2020

# Calls & events

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Call for Submissions: Scenario Submission Portal for IPCC AR6 WGIII

Deadline: 19. September 2020

"This portal is used to collect quantative scenario data for Working Group III of the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report through a cooperation agreement with the explicit endorsement of the co-Chairs of WGIII of the IPCC."

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24.04.2020

# New Publications

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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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01.10.2015

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Böttcher, Miranda; et al. (2015): Scenarios on Stratospheric Albedo Modification Deployment in 2030. Workshop Report

Böttcher, Miranda; Gabriel, Johannes; Harnisch, Sebastian (2015): Scenarios on Stratospheric Albedo Modification Deployment in 2030. Workshop Report. Priority Programme 1689 of the German Research Foundation DFG.

"The goal of this SPP 1689 scenario project was to develop a first appraisal of what effects a high-risk climate intervention technology such as SAM could have on the dynamics of international relations. More concretely, it aimed to develop scenarios regarding “Political decision-making on stratospheric albedo modification deployment in 2030” to examine under which conditions states could opt for SAM deployment."

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27.04.2015

# Political Papers

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Haraguchi, Masahiko; et al. (2015): Human Intervention in the Earth’s Climate. The Governance of Geoengineering in 2025+

Haraguchi, Masahiko; Liu, Rongkun; Randhawa, Jasdeep; Salz, Susanne; Schäfer, Stefan; Sharma, Mundit et al. (2015): Human Intervention in the Earth’s Climate. The Governance of Geoengineering in 2025+. Edited by Robert Bosch Stiftung.

"The Global Governance Futures program (GGF) brings together young professionals to look ahead 10 years and to recommend ways to address global challenges. [...] The GGF 2025 fellows – a diverse mix from the public, private and non-profit sectors, and selected from a highly competitive field of applicants – formed three working groups that
focused on Internet governance, geoengineering governance and global arms control, respectively. Using  instruments from the field of futures research, the working groups produced scenarios for their respective issue areas."

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