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Climate Engineering (often called geoengineering) is getting more attention as the prospect of dangerous climate change increases. It can be difficult to clearly differentiate between the topics covered by this Roadmap, the Climate Technologies Roadmap, and the Natural Climate Solutions Roadmap, and there will be inevitable overlap.
For purposes of this Lite Roadmap, key Index Entries include:
- I:ClimateEngineering (Deep Dive)
Key Topical Headings for books, reports, and journal articles:
- S - Climate Engineering Sources
- S - CCS via Ocean Fertilization
- S - Synthetic Air Capture
- S - Geoengineering critiques
Key Topical Headings for news and opinion:
- N - Climate Engineering News
- N - Ocean Fertilization
- N - Other Geoengineering
- N - CCS Carbon Capture and Storage
Key Topical Headings for extracted materials:
Key Topical Headings for websites, experts, and more:
Key Topical Headings for videos:
As a bonus, here are some recent additions to the Climate Web you might find thought-provoking that relate specifically to the topic of this Lite Roadmap. They represent just the smallest sliver of what’s organized in the Climate Web with the goal of facilitating access to your actionable knowledge. Note that links with “$$” sit behind paywalls and we can’t provide direct access. But we are always working to go through those sources to extract key idea and graphics to share under “fair use” rules.
- 2021/5 Simulated geoengineering evaluation: cooler planet, but with side effects
- 2021/5 NOAA studies plan B for climate. The results are iffy
- 2021/5 Clouds of self-levitating soot might help halt global warming
- 2021/4 Who should govern solar geoengineering?
- 2021/4 Solar Geoengineering: Ineffective, Risky, and Unnecessary
- 2021/4 The tech some countries are betting on to reach new climate goals
- 2021/4 Designing Policy to Advance Direct Air Capture of Carbon Dioxide
- 2021/3 7 Reasons Why Artificial Carbon Removal is Overhyped
- 2021/6 Scotland is building a massive plant capable of removing one million tons of CO2 from the air every year
- 2021/4 Vaclav Smil has Bill Gates ear, which is part of the problem with Gates’ climate actions
- 2021/4 Part 2: Lessons from the laws. What learning we can apply to the development of modular direct air capture from recent history of energy technology innovation
- 2021/3 Why commercialization of carbon capture and sequestration has failed and how it can work
- 2021/5 South Pole, Mitsubishi eye up to $800 million of carbon removal credits by 2030
- 2021/3 Why when it comes to carbon removal, trees just aren't enough: it's all in the carbon cycle
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All of this information and much more gets pulled together into the “story” of climate engineering as a climate change mitigation strategy, representing hundreds of hours of research and knowledge curation. Topics you’ll find explored in the Premium Roadmap include:
- The potential and risks of climate engineering
- Solar radiation management
- Accelerated mineral weathering
- Ecosystem (and ocean) restoration
- Ocean fertilization
- And much more
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