Calming the Storm presents diverse perspectives on some of the most vital questions raised by climate engineering: Who has the right to make decisions about such global technological efforts? What have we learned from the decisions that caused the climate to change that might shed light on efforts to reverse that change? What frameworks and metaphors are helpful in thinking about climate engineering, and which are counterproductive? What religious beliefs, practices, and rituals can help people to imagine and evaluate the prospect of engineering the climate?
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Bruhn, T., Schäfer, S., Lawrence, M. G. (2016): From the Garden of Eden to Eden’s Gardener? Experiences from Dialogues with Religious Groups on Climate Engineering and Possible Implications for Transdisciplinarity. - In: Clingerman, F., O'Brien, K. J. (Eds.), Theological and Ethical Perspectives on Climate Engineering Calming the Storm, (Religious Ethics and Environmental Challenges), Lanham : Lexington Books, p. 17-36.
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- A Mindset for the Anthropocene (AMA)