By Alan Robock, May 1, 2008
Carbon dioxide emissions are rising so fast that some scientists are seriously
considering putting Earth on life support as a last resort. But is this cure
worse than the disease?
Read more: 20 Reasons Why Geoengineering May Be a Bad Idea
Issue: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 64 Issue 2
A meteorologist, Robock is associate director of the Center for Environmental Prediction at Rutgers University, where he is a professor in the Department of Environmental Sciences. His exper...
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