15453Fwd: : Millions spent as Elite Academia gather for huge "Climate Engineering Conference 2017" ~ "Solar Radiation Management"' is #1 choice of discussion ...
- 12 Nov, 2017
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Subject: : Millions spent as Elite Academia gather for huge "Climate Engineering Conference 2017" ~ "Solar Radiation Management"' is #1 choice of discussion ... Date: Sun, 12 Nov 2017 04:27:25 +0000 (UTC) From: bert bartsch <bertmbartsch@...> Reply-To: bert bartsch <bertmbartsch@...> To: Valeri Hood <bertmbartsch@...>
Subject: Millions spent as Elite Academia gather for huge "Climate Engineering Conference 2017" ~ "Solar Radiation Management"' is #1 choice of discussion ...
Huge amount of money, time and efforts continue to be spent to legitimize and promote climate engineering.
As the "powers-that-shouldn't-be" continue to deny the over "7 DECADES OF CLIMATE ENGINEERING"
spraying programs. Please scroll down and take a look at this 2017 Climate Engineering Conference schedule
below. Here is a description of just one of the dozens of talks scheduled:
Parallel Session 2.2: Climate engineering: What goes up must come downWhat goes up must come down. If we pump particles into the stratosphere, how will that effectair quality at the ground level? Solar geoengineering may also reduce the self-cleansing capacityof the near-surface atmosphere, allowing pollution to build up. Alternatively, some aspects of airpollution may actually be reduced.Tim Butler - Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS) & Freie Universität Berlin ,Lauren Marshall - University of Leeds , David Keith - Harvard University , Lili Xia - Rutgers University ,
Alan Robock - Rutgers University
Regarding the above: Most of those people already know the effects. How these men
and women can continue to "live the lie", after thousands of rain, water and soil tests
(showing off-the-chart-levels of climate engineering chemical contamination) have been
documented is "pure madness" on their part. This crime against nature, humans and
all life should have been stopped long ago. The lying class just continues to lie to the masses.
http://www.ce-conference.org/cec17-programOctober 9 -12, 2017
Monday 09:00 - 16:00 SRMGI Global Forum (by invitation only)The SRM Governance Initiative (SRMGI) is an international, NGO-driven project for expanding the discussion of SRM climate engineering research governance to developing countries. 16:00 - 18:30 CEC17 RegistrationAll registered participants are asked to come to the foyer of the Umweltforum to pick up their name tags between 4pm and 6.30pm. 18:30 - 22:00 CEC17 Opening Event + ReceptionThis evening reception will mark the official opening of the Climate Engineering Conference 2017. Mark Lawrence, Scientific Director of the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies and Chair of the CEC17 Advisory Group, will welcome all conference participants and introduce three keynote speakers, Michael Taylor of the University of the West Indies, author Oliver Morton and Michelle Gyles-McDonnough, of the Executive Office of the Secretary General, United Nations (UN EOSG). Tuesday 09:00 - 10:30 Plenary: SRM & CDR updates + ignite-style talks on major projectsThis plenary session will update on key natural science findings & key social science developments on SRM & CDR, pointing interested listeners to individual sessions which will cover the topics in more detail.The overview talks will be followed by (major) project updates from individuals as ignite-style talks.Stefan Schäfer (Steering Committee Chair) - Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS) PotsdamBen Kravitz - Pacific Northwest National Laboratory , Naomi Vaughan - University of East Anglia , David Keith - Harvard University , Douglas MacMartin - Cornell University, California Institute of Technology , Janos Pasztor - Carnegie Climate Geoengineering Governance Initiative (C2G2) , Linda Schneider - Heinrich Böll Foundation , Andreas Oschlies - GEOMAR Kiel , Phil Williamson - University of East Anglia & UK Greenhouse Gas Removal Research Programme , Andy Parker - Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS) Potsdam 10:30 - 11:00 Break 11:00 - 12:30 Parallel Session 1.4: Achieving the SDGs: Governing Geoengineering in a post-Paris worldGovernance of climate geoengineering is a very challenging endeavour on many levels and may become a necessity given the level of demonstrated ambition to act. Come to listen and contribute actively in a World Café setting to what UN officials, policymakers, researchers and civil society organisations have to say about why geoengineering governance must be discussed in the context of urgent, accelerated mitigation efforts and delivery of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).Janos Pasztor - Carnegie Climate Geoengineering Governance Initiative (C2G2) , Kai-Uwe Schmidt - Carnegie Climate Geoengineering Governance Initiative (C2G2) , Nicholas Harrison - Carnegie Climate Geoengineering Governance Initiative (C2G2)
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