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Geoengineered Climate Change test heats up debate


In response to the Guardian article, researchers David Keith and Jim Anderson have stated that article was incorrect: “We want to be absolutely clear that that we have no plans to implement a geoengineering field study to release “thousands of tonnes of sun-reflecting chemical particles into the atmosphere to artificially cool the planet, using a balloon flying 80,000 feet over Fort Sumner, New Mexico.”

Massive Chemical Spraying Of The North Pacific


Think they have “cut back” on the spraying? Think again.

Some are wondering why there appears to be a let up in the daily spray assaults that we on the West coast are so used to. Don’t worry, they are still hard at it. This recent satellite photo makes clear what cannot be seen overhead on land.

Geo-engineering does not deserve serious climate policy consideration

The likelihood that such technology could bring a safe, lasting, democratic and peaceful solution is minusculeGeo-engineering is increasingly considered a possible – even necessary, some argue – response to the climate crisis.

IPCC asks scientists to assess geo-engineering climate solutions

Leaked documents ahead of key Lima meeting suggest UN body is looking to slow emissions with technological fixes rather than talks.