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A lot of these co-benefits are not provided by alternative emissions reduction methods such as geoengineering or carbon capture. 2. What major scientific uncertainties persist in understanding the effects of nature-based solutions and affect their inclusion in carbon accounting, and how can these unce rtainties be addressed?
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As we look forward to that, we can see a path where you have AI supporting, say, sustainable development goals and assisting in many elements of human experience that would lift our possibilities for improving the lot of humanity, but we can also see another track where, if we are not responsible, you have converging issues of algorithmicall y informed synthetic biology, geoengineering and ...
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Taking land out of production for hedgerows, field margins ...
Peatland geoengineering: an alternative approach to terrestrial carbon sequestration. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 370(1974), pp.4404-4421.
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An end to false solutions and dangerous distractions such as BECCS and geoengineering. Real solutions which put people first and focus on meeting the needs of communities. Action to address the impacts of climate breakdown. A just transition. An end to corporate interference and impunity. 2.8To deliver climate justice the UK Government must: Put equity at the heart of its approach to the ...
https://committees.parliament.uk/writtenevidence/10188/default/
diplomacy (CLI0030) COP26 Coalition submission to Foreign ...
geoengineering Real solutions which put people first and focus on meeting the needs of communities Action to address the impacts of climate breakdown A just transition An end to corporate interference and impunity. 2.8 To deliver climate justice the UK Government must: Put equity at the heart of its approach to the negotiations Champion the need for urgent, new and additional grant-based ...
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House of Commons - Uncorrected Evidence - HC 1739-ii
10-12 Session Commons publication
1. This is an uncorrected transcript of evidence taken in public and reported to the House. The transcript has been placed on the internet on the authority of the Committee, and copies have been made available by the Vote Office for the use of Members and others.
https://publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm201012/cmselect/cmenvaud/uc1739-ii/uc173901.htm
Sessional Information Digest2009-10
10-11 Session Commons publication
The Regulation of Geoengineering: HC 221: 6: The impact of spending cuts on science and scientific research: HC 335-I & II: 7: Bioengineering: HC 220: 8: The disclosure of climate data from the Climatic Research Unit at the University of East Anglia: HC 387-I & II: 9: The Legacy Report: HC 481: Special Reports. No: Title : Paper No: 1sp: Government response to the Committee's Third Report of ...
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House of Commons - Science & Technology Committee - No ...
12-13 Session 12-03-19 Commons publication
Then Fiona Fox from the Science Media Centre suggested that we should also be looking at shale gas and geoengineering as areas where the public would need to be engaged in terms of risk management. As the Minister knows, I have a particular interest in deep geothermal as well, which is quite a familiar technology in some parts of the world but relatively new in the UK. What steps are DECC ...
https://publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm201213/cmselect/cmsctech/428/120319.htm
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Petition,URL,State,Signatures Count resign,https://petition.parliament.uk/archived/petitions/10,closed,1849 Repeal the Digital Economy Act,https://petition.parliament ...
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Votes and Proceedings - publications.parliament.uk
09-10 Session 10-01-13 Commons publication
The Regulation of Geoengineering: Evidence taken before the Sub-committee, to be printed (HC 221-i) (Mr Phil Willis). 40 Scottish Affairs Committee (1) Banking in Scotland: Evidence, to be printed (HC 70-iv) (2) The Scotland Office White Paper and the recommendations of the Calman Commission: Evidence, to be printed (HC 255-i) (Mr Mohammad Sarwar)
https://publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm200910/cmvote/100113v01.htm
Green Economy - Thursday 12 March 2020 - Hansard - UK ...
12-03-20 Hansard
Geoengineering is especially controversial and fraught with problems, but the fate of, again, not the earth but human civilisation may come to depend on it. What is the Government’s position on this? The huge oil and gas corporations have traditionally been regarded by ecologists as the villains of the piece, and such a view is by no means wrong. The same is true of international capital ...
https://hansard.parliament.uk/Lords/2020-03-12/debates/C498C8A8-F9B2-4DA4-94AD-B31C9227D3B2/details
Weekly Information Bulletin, Session 2009-10:
09-10 Session Commons publication
Regulation of Geoengineering. Report published on 18 March. Science Question Time. One-off oral evidence session concluded. The disclosure of climate data from the climate research unit at the University of East Anglia. Report to be published on 31 March. Scottish Affairs. INQUIRY. STAGE & NOTES. Commission on Scottish Devolution. Report ...
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Geoengineering is especially controversial and fraught with problems, but the fate of, again, not the earth but human civilisation may come to depend on it. What is the Government’s position on this? The huge oil and gas corporations have traditionally been regarded by ecologists as the villains of the piece, and such a view is by no means wrong. The same is true of international capital ...
https://hansard.parliament.uk/debates/GetDebateAsText/C498C8A8-F9B2-4DA4-94AD-B31C9227D3B2
House of Commons Votes and Proceedings
10-11 Session 10-10-11 Commons publication
House of Commons Votes and Proceedings Monday 11th October 2010. No. 48. The House met at 2.30 pm. PRAYERS. 1 Questions to the Secretary of State for Education. 2 Statements: (1) Kidnapping of Linda Norgrove (Secretary William Hague) (2) Welfare reform (Secretary Iain Duncan Smith) 3 Finance (No. 2) Bill: Second Reading. Bill read a second time and stood committed to a public bill committee ...
https://publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm201011/cmvote/101011v01.htm
Weekly Information Bulletin, Session 2009-10:
09-10 Session Commons publication
Select Committee: Current Inquiries. Select Committee evidence is published as a House of Commons Paper; there is generally a delay of 4-6 weeks before the material is available.
https://publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm200910/cmwib/wb100130/current.htm
Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions - Thursday 2 May 2019 ...
02-05-19 Hansard
I commend the work of a former Economist colleague of mine, Oliver Morton, and his book The Planet Remade: How Geoengineering Could Change the World. I will not go into the individual projects—iron fertilisation, for example. This is going to be a real challenge for those who believe, as I do, that we face a threat here. Are we going to take the attitude that these projects are welcome? If ...
https://hansard.parliament.uk/Lords/2019-05-02/debates/E78F2663-7606-497F-95C3-7218F4F6D092/ReducingGreenhouseGasEmissions
House of Commons Hansard Written Answers for 05 Mar 2014 ...
13-14 Session 14-03-05 Commons publication
5 Mar 2014 : Column 815W. Written Answers to Questions Wednesday 5 March 2014 Treasury National Car Parks. Chris Leslie: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer pursuant to the written statement of 4 December 2013, Official Report, column 48WS, on the National Infrastructure Plan 2013, how many (a) car parks and (b) light bulbs the Government guarantee underwriting the National Car Parks ...
https://publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm201314/cmhansrd/cm140305/text/140305w0001.htm
House of Commons - SESSIONAL RETURNS Session 2009-10 ...
10-11 Session Commons publication
Participating Members. Berry, Roger (Chair) Bailey, Adrian (discharged 16.12.09) Battle, John Binley, Mr Brian Borrow, Mr David S Bruce, Malcolm
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House of Lords Business - publications.parliament.uk
10-11 Session 10-10-06 Lords publication
(4) Government response to the 5th Report of the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee, Session 2009–10, on the Regulation of Geoengineering. (28 September) (7936) 7 Climate Change-(1) Government response to the 6th Report of the House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee, Session 2009–10, on Adapting to Climate Change.
https://publications.parliament.uk/pa/ld201011/minutes/101006/ldordpap.htm
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