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Technokratische Wege zur Klimakontrolle

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Der Ausstieg aus der fossilen Energieerzeugung ist unumgänglich, scheitert aber in einer multipolaren Welt an den divergierenden Interessen der Nationalstaaten sowie am Fehlen einer weltweit handlungsfähigen Exekutive. Deshalb gewinnen wieder Geoengineeringideen an Zugkraft, die den globalen Klimainfarkt verhindern sollen. Wiederaufforstung von Wäldern und Renaturierung von Mooren stellen in diesem Portfolio sinnvolle Schritte zur Klimastabilisierung dar. Wälder absorbieren durch Photosynthese Kohlendioxid aus der Atmosphäre und sind deshalb ein wichtiger natürlicher Faktor im Geoengineeringportfolio. Andere technokratische Lösungsvorschläge zeugen angesichts der bestehenden Unsicherheiten im Verständnis der Dynamik des Klimasystems von Verantwortungslosigkeit und wissenschaftlicher Überheblichkeit und würden die Probleme eher verschärfen.

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Dethloff, K. (2022). Technokratische Wege zur Klimakontrolle. In: Unberechenbares Klima. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-64900-8_19

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