Warming Up to Solar Geoengineering

Mar 25, 2021

As countries struggle to meet ambitious targets to reduce carbon emissions, officials are grappling with how to study ideas for engineering the Earth’s climate. In this article for Axios, Carnegie Council Senior Fellow Janos Pasztor advocates for inclusion of more citizens into these conversations, as, "It will impact the one global atmosphere, so it will impact everybody."

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