Chapter 9: Geoengineering

Recommended materials

Robert Amon, “Bioenergy Carbon Capture and Storage in Global Climate Policy: Examining the Issues” (2016) 10:4 Carbon & Climate Law Review 187

Kevin Anderson & Glen Peters, “The trouble with negative emissions” (14 October 2016) 354:6309 Science 182

James R. Fleming, “The pathological history of weather and climate modification: Three cycles of promise and hype” (2006) 37:1 Historical Studies in the Physical & Biological Sciences 3

Supplementary materials

Website of the International Maritime Organization, “Ocean Fertilization under the LC/LP” (2018)

David G. Victor et al., “The Geoengineering Option: A Last Resort Against Global Warming?” Foreign Affairs (March-April 2009)

Latest materials

A technofix for the climate? Marine geoengineering (video)

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Richard Conniff, “Why Green Groups Are Split on Subsidizing Carbon Capture Technology?”

https://e360.yale.edu/features/why-green-groups-are-split-on-subsidizing-carbon-capture-technology?utm_source=EHN&utm_campaign=eb1b27c2a4-RSS_EMAIL_CAMPAIGN&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_8573f35474-eb1b27c2a4-99406733

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The Dangerous Belief That Extreme Technology Will Fix Climate Change

"It boils down to a failure to question capitalism, civilization, and the notion of progress." https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/geoengineering-climate-change_us_5ae07919e4b061c0bfa3e794

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Developing nations to study ways to dim sunshine, slow warming

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China needs more water. So it’s building a rain-making network three times the size of Spain

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