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European Parliament accepts Skyguards petition opposing aerial spraying/HAARP

By Wayne Hall
COTO Report

On 25th March 2014, national day of commemoration of the outbreak of the Greek Revolution of 1821, a pleasant surprise came to us from Brussels: acceptance by the European Parliament of the petition on aerial spraying and HAARP submitted a year ago by the Skyguards group following the two-day conference “ 709 more words

Geoengineering

IPCC report proposes sucking carbon out of the air as climate fix

By Martin Lukacs, April 7, 2014. Source: The Guardian

An upcoming UN report suggests that unproven technologies to suck carbon out of the air might be a fix for  602 more words

Climate Change

Five facts CBC listeners didn’t hear from Canada’s geoengineering cheerleader

By Jim Thomas, April 3, 2014. Source: The Media Coop

Last Sunday, CBC listeners across Canada enjoyed their morning coffee and took care of a few chores around the house while the calm, mellifluous vocal cadences of  1,056 more words

Climate Change

UN delegates dodge geoengineering bullet point

March 30, 2014. Source: ETC Group

The latest instalment of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) Assessment Report (AR5), released today, contains no reference to geoengineering in its Summary for Policymakers, though it attributes a slew of negative effects to so-called planet hacking in its full report. 775 more words

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Give geoengineering a chance to fix climate change: David Keith - News - MSN CA

But Canadian environmental engineer David Keith is taken seriously by policymakers and scientists when he speaks about the possibilities of geoengineering.

Keith was a long-time professor at the University of Calgary and is now a Professor of Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School and the Gordon McKay Professor of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University. 294 more words

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cryptogon.com » When the Rivers Run Black

According to the American Coal Ash Association, the nation churns out nearly 65 million tons of coal ash annually. However, despite the fact that it is replete with toxins, coal ash is essentially unregulated by the federal government, with oversight meant to happen at state level. 411 more words

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Fossils put dent in geoengineering claims

Note: Well now that we’ve debunked this crackpot scheme, we can refocus on the priorities — like leaving fossil fuels in the ground, and transforming an economy based in extractive industry and relations.

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