Peter Griffin posted in Geoengineering • Royal Society of London on September 2nd, 2009.
A year-long Royal Society of London study looking at geoengineering techniques designed to combat climate change suggests such schemes could be a viable “plan B” if nations fail to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by more conventional means. UPDATE: The AusSMC wraps up comment from Australian scientists on the geoengineering report. “It is an unpalatable truth […]
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