Geoengineering: the risks and rewards of tackling climate change

Some would argue that geoengineering is a viable solution to climate change if the world fails to reduce carbon emissions. However, relying on artificial methods of cooling the atmosphere has potential risks and could mean that there may have to be much bigger long-term cuts in greenhouse gas emissions. As long as geoengineering is being considered, we will research the potential consequences.

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