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ORGANIZATIONS AND BLOGS 

-- organizations working on geoengineering and blogs on geoengineering and climate change -- 


ORGANIZATIONS

 Climate Engineering News 

collaboration between Kiel Earth Institute and the University of Heidelberg; compiles publications, events, media, and projects on climate engineering

Climate Geoengineering Governance Project (CGG)

collaboration between Oxford University, Sussex University, and the University College of London advancing geoengineering governance

The Climate Response Fund

fosters discussion of geoengineering research; hosted the Asilomar Conference in 2010

The European Parliamentary Technology Assessment (EPTA)

operates a project on geoengineering

Geoengineering Google Group 

ongoing discussion of news and ideas related to geoengineering; accessible through a gmail account

Geoengineering Model Intercomparison Project (GEOMIP)

research group comparing geoengineering climate models; at Rutgers University 

Geoengineering Net Forum

forum of discussions on geoengineering

The GeoLibrary

two libraries of geoengineering resources: Reference (academic and peer reviewed articles) and Grey (blog posts, magazine and newspaper articles, etc.) 

The Guardian

ongoing coverage of geoengineering development and other climate related news

Hands Off Mother Earth (HOME)  

campaign uniting environmental and social organizations against geoengineering experiments

Integrated Assessment of Geoengineering Proposals (IAGP)

multi-disciplinary project assessing the various aspects of geoengineering proposals

Kiel Earth Institute  

virtual institution dedicated to the issues surrounding global climate change and its socio-economic implications around the world

Marsilius Kolleg Global Governance of Climate Engineering 

research program studying geoengineering proposals from an interdisciplinary vantage; at the University of Heidelberg

Oxford Geoengineering Programme

works on issues associated with geoengineering research; at the Oxford Martin School, Oxford University

Research Group Climate Change and Security 

focuses on the security risks, potential conflicts, and instabilities posed by climate change; at the University of Hamburg 

Solar Radiation Management Governance Initiative (SRMGI)

founded in response to the Royal Society's 2009 report on geoengineering; partners The Royal SocietyThe Academy of Sciences for the Developing World, and Environmental Defense Fund 

Office of Technology Assessment at the German Bundestag (TAB)

researches on geoengineering's polticial, legal, ethical, and socio-economic implications; collaborates with EPTA


The Washington Geoengineering Consortium (WGC)

a collaboration between Johns Hopkins University and American University

BLOGS

Bunzl's Blog

climate philosophy blog written by Martin Bunzl, Rutgers University

Climate Progress

edited by Joe Romm, The Center for American Progress

Climate Ethics 

maintained by Donald A. Brown, Penn State University

The GeoBlog

 features posts from geoengineeringing researchers and professionals; compiled by the Oxford Geoengineering Programme

Geoengineering Blog 

edited by Sam Carana 

Geoengineering Our Climate

a working paper series on the ethics, politics, and governance of climate engineering 

Geoengineering Politics Blog 

written by Joshua Horton

Humans in the Cosmos 

 written by Neil Paul Cummings

Teaching Climate/Energy Law and Policy Blog

 maintained by Wil Burns, Energy Policy and Climate Program, Johns Hopkins University

The Reluctant Geoengineer 

written by Matthew Watson, earth scientist at the University of Bristol, involved with Stratospheric Particle Injection for Climate Engineering (SPICE) project

 

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