Bloomberg: "Solar Geoengineering Research Is a Risk Worth Taking"

Feb 1, 2022

This article for Bloomberg raises important questions about emerging techniques to alter the climate. ho would authorize the use of these technologies? How would international disputes be regulated? To solve these problems, C2G Executive Director Janos Pasztor calls for an inclusive discussion with all stakeholders.

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