How to Cool the Planet
The author of Big Coal and Sunnyvale tackles the topic of geoengineering and the attempt of some scientists to cool the planet through chemical… read more
The author of Big Coal and Sunnyvale tackles the topic of geoengineering and the attempt of some scientists to cool the planet through chemical means, rather than reduction of green house gases. He looks at the political, financial and what he says are moral obstacles to this approach to cooling the planet quickly. The event was in Seattle. close
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