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Governing the Sun

The Challenges of Geoengineering

Klaus Radunsky and Tim Cadman

the ocean to reach a new equilibrium ( Solomon et al. 2007 ). Geoengineering: CDR and SRM Carbon dioxide removal (CDR) was investigated in an IPCC special report in 2005. The technology was acknowledged as one of the options for removing CO2

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Veronica Davidov

grouped under the umbrella of biomimicry but, I argue, fall under its aegis in ethos and methods and thus warrant mention in a broad-based literature overview of biomimicry. These phenomena are geoengineering (and particularly its subset, solar radiation

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Mimesis and Conspiracy

Bureaucracy, New Media and the Infrastructural Forms of Doubt

Michael Vine and Matthew Carey

contours of certainty and doubt prevalent in the conspiratorial climate of Californian drought. Conspiratorial climates One of the more speculative, and more hyped, possible responses to climate change is so-called geoengineering: massive

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Eugene N. Anderson, Jodie Asselin, Jessica diCarlo, Ritwick Ghosh, Michelle Hak Hepburn, Allison Koch, and Lindsay Vogt

. Chapter 6 analyzes the most ambitious of global green technologies: geo-engineering. He agrees the geoengineering requires global cooperation, but argues that if we consider large-scale technological intervention alongside a global provision of basic

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Contemporary Megaprojects

An Introduction

Seth Schindler, Simin Fadaee, and Dan Brockington

debated ethically, or it can be understood as a design praxis and method. Moreover, there are several practices—such as a strand of geoengineering known as SRM and the practice of trophic rewilding—that might not officially be categorized as biomimetic but

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Christopher Hill, Anna Bara, David Dettmann, Joseph Livesey, and Falk Huettmann

climate change. Issues of sustainability, geoengineering, and global and local temperature change are treated in some detail in presenting an account that enlightens but that may also serve as a warning of problems to come. The following contribution, by

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Paul Gyllenhammer

itself. On the side of skeptics, we hear some scientists, such as the late Stephen Hawking, speak of our need to find another inhabitable planet before life on this one becomes impossible. Alternatively, other scientists speak of geoengineering the planet

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Laurent J.G. van der Maesen

intergovernmentalism as a means of global governance. That was the reason for the Swiss government, along with other 11 countries, to submit a draft resolution mandating a report on the state of research, risks, and possible governance options related to geoengineering