Is geoengineering worth the risk?
The Bulletin‘s Dawn Stover and Durwood Zaelke, president of the Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development, have kicked off a conversation about whether “soft” geoengineering is at least part of the solution to a rapidly warming planet. Find out what Stover, Zaelke, and other experts have to say, and then tell us what you think.
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Could geoengineering save the Arctic’s moderating role on global warming?
“Silver buckshot” isn’t enough to fix the climate
The trouble with geoengineers hacking the planet
Science and Security Board member Raymond Pierrehumbert
Why carbon capture is no panacea
Is stratospheric geoengineering worth the risk?
Climate report understates threat
Mario Molina, Veerabhadran Ramanathan, Durwood Zaelke
How to decarbonize? Look to Sweden
Science and Security Board member Raymond Pierrehumbert. Free-access in the subscription magazine
Cloud control: Climatologist Alan Robock on the effects of geoengineering and nuclear war
Vol. 71, Issue 3, 2015. Subscription required.
Special focus on climate engineering
Vol. 70, Issue 3, 2014. Subscription required
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