Climate Engineering Reconsidered

| October 1, 2014 | Leave a Comment Download as PDF

Scott Barrett and other leading environmental scientists lend their commentary to the developing geoengineering conversation:

“Stratospheric injection of sulphate aerosols has been advocated as an emergency geoengineering measure to tackle dangerous climate change, or as a stop-gap until atmospheric carbon dioxide levels are reduced. But it may not prove to be the game-changer that some imagine.”

Climate Engineering Reconsidered | S. Barrett et al. | Nature 2014  

Image of clouds over Oregon from Justin Hamel and Chris Thompson

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