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Climate Engineering Conference 2017 Opens in Berlin

The CEC17 provides a forum for debate on the study, risks, and governance of targeted interventions in the climate system

Berlin, 10.10.2017. On Monday evening the Climate Engineering Conference (CEC17) was opened in Berlin by Mark Lawrence, Scientific Director at the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS). The international conference explores the potentials and risks of possible measures to intervene in the climate system. Over four days, experts from academia, political institutions, and civil society are engaging in intensive debates about the study, risks, and governance of geoengineering.

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  • Press Release ENG -pdf
  • Pressemitteilung DE - pdf
  • Press Picture of the CEC17 Opening with Mark Lawrence - jpg
  • Conference Program Booklet - pdf
  • CEC17 Press Invitation - pdf
  • IASS Climate Engineering Infographic ENG - jpg
  • IASS Climate Engineering Infographik DE - jpg
  • IASS Fact Sheet on Carbon Dioxide Removal (1/2017) - pdf
  • IASS Fact Sheet on Solar Radiation Management (2/2017) - pdf
  • Information on Speakers present at the Press Briefing - pdf
  • Press Information on Mark Lawrence ENG - pdf
  • Press Information on Mark Lawrence DE - pdf
  • Press Picture of Mark Lawrence - jpg
  • Press Picture of Lili Fuhr - jpg
  • Press Picture of Pablo Suarez - jpg
  • ETC Group & Heinrich Böll Foundation 2017 - Civil Society Briefing on Geoengineering Governance "Riding the GeoStorm" - pdf
  • ETC Group & Heinrich Böll Foundation 2017 - Civil Society Briefing on Geoengineering "Climate change, smoke and mirrors" - pdf

 

Media articles

July 17, 2017, Tagespiegel BACKGROUND Energie & Klima
Am Thermostat der Welt drehen? (full article here) with Mark Lawrence and Stefan Schäfer

June 08, 2017, bizz energy
Geo-Engineering: Klima schützen statt manipulieren (pdf here) with Mark Lawrence and Stefan Schäfer

February 16, 2017, Earth's Future
Geoengineering: A humanitarian concern by Pablo Suarez and Maarten K. van Aalst