Reuters: "After sun-dimming setback, geoengineers seek a diplomatic fix"

Jan 16, 2022

Janos Pasztor, executive director of the Carnegie Climate Governance Initiative, is quoted in this article for Reuters that discusses research into climate-altering technologies like solar radiation modification. He asks, "Are the risks of a 2°C (warmer) world worse than the risks" of geoengineering?

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