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Pielke, Roger A. (2009): A Perspective Paper on Climate Engineering. Including an Analysis of Carbon Capture as a Response to Climate Change

Pielke, Roger A. (2009): A Perspective Paper on Climate Engineering. Including an Analysis of Carbon Capture as a Response to Climate Change. Copenhagen Consensus Center. Frederiksberg (Perspective Paper)

„This response paper critiques the cost-benefit analysis of climate engineering of Bickel and Lane (2009).“

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Smith, Anne E. (2009): A Perspective Paper on Climate Engineering as a Response to Climate Change

Smith, Anne E. (2009): A Perspective Paper on Climate Engineering as a Response to Climate Change. Copenhagen Consensus Center. Frederiksberg (Perspective Paper).

„This Perspectives Paper overlays a consideration of potential unintended consequences from geoengineering onto their analysis and extends it with calculations of value of information from the R[&]D.“

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IMPLICC – Implications and risks of engineering solar radiation to limit climate change

IMPLICC addresses the call ”Implications and Risks of Novel Options to Limit Climate Change“ within the activity „Climatefiles/kei/media/bilder/P_7th-framework.PNG Change, Pollution and Risks” of the European Union’s framework-7 programme (FP7) for research, technological development and demonstration activities (2007-2013). The project is running since July 2009 under the cooperation of 5 higher educational and research institutions in France, Germany and Norway. The overall activities of the project are coordinated by the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology in Hamburg.

An[nbsp]intermediate report on project results can be found here.