This Bill Gates-funded chemical cloud could help stop global warming
Bill Gates Funds Geoengineering Studies – FICER
The Fund for Innovative Climate and Energy Research (FICER)
The StratoShield “Hose to the Sky” Could Reverse Global Warming, Not
David Keith’s Sun Dimming Experiment SCoPEx Possibly Coming Spring 2019 - ALL THE FACTS
“Accidental Geoengineering” with Ship Tracks and Contrails
Airplane Contrails May Be Creating Accidental Geoengineering
We’re about to kill a massive, accidental experiment in reducing global warming
Geoengineering May Cause World War 3
Multilateral parametric climate risk insurance: a tool to facilitate agreement about deployment of solar geoengineering?
States will disagree about deployment of solar geoengineering, technologies that would reflect a small portion of incoming sunlight to reduce risks of climate change, and most disagreements will be grounded in conflicting interests. States that object to deployment will have many options to oppose it, so states favouring deployment will have a powerful incentive to meet their objections. Objections rooted in opposition to the anticipated unequal consequences of deployment may be met through compensation, yet climate policy is inhospitable to compensation via liability. We propose that multilateral parametric climate risk insurance might be a useful tool to facilitate agreement on solar geoengineering deployment. With parametric insurance, predetermined payouts are triggered when climate indices deviate from set ranges. We suggest that states favouring deployment could underwrite reduced-rate parametric climate insurance. This mechanism would be particularly suited to resolving disagreements based on divergent judgments about the outcomes of proposed implementation. This would be especially relevant in cases where disagreements are rooted in varying levels of trust in climate model predictions of solar geoengineering effectiveness and risks. Negotiations over the pricing and terms of a parametric risk pool would make divergent judgments explicit and quantitative. Reduced-rate insurance would provide a way for states that favour implementation to demonstrate their confidence in solar geoengineering by underwriting risk transfer and ensuring compensation without the need for attribution. This would offer a powerful incentive for states opposing implementation to moderate their opposition.
Stratospheric Sulfur Geoengineering - Benefits and Risks, Alan Robock
27 REASONS STRATOSPHERIC GEOENGINEERING IS A BAD IDEA
SPEAKING OF UNKNOWN RISKS: VOLCANOES!
EXTINCT RUSSIAN VOLCANO HAS WOKEN UP AND COULD UNLEASH ‘POMPEII-SIZE’ ERUPTION, SCIENTISTS WARN
Eruption Of Russian Volcano Caused Colorful Skies
Raikoke - Smithsonian Global Volcanism Program
Sheveluch - Smithsonian Global Volcanism Program
MONSTER ERUPTION AT KAMCHATKA (SHIVELUCH) — ASH FIRED TO 70,000 FEET (21.3 KM) — “VEI 5⁄6 CONFIRMED” — GLOBAL COOLING
Continuing the Tweets about #Shiveluch #volcano published by @annamaria_84, @CultureVolcan, @SotisValkan & @Pierre_Markuse using @CopernicusEU #Sentinel 2&3 images, there you go a short video showing the moment of the explosion+the following 4h.#Kamchatka #volcan @simoncarn🛰️🌋 pic.twitter.com/j6nKTfjzbO— Iban Ameztoy (@i_ameztoy) April 15, 2019
SHIVELUCH (KAMCHATKA) VOLCANO ERUPTS TO 34,000 FEET (10.4 KM) — DIRECT COOLING EFFECT
IF SOLAR GEOENGINEERING IS DEPLOYED AND WE HAVE A COUPLE MASSIVE VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS WE COULD ALL END UP ON A TRAIN CALLED SNOWPIERCER
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