Eco-Business: "Is it time to take sun dimming tech seriously? Experts disagree"

Mar 25, 2022

This article for Eco-Business provides an overview of scientists' debates over the potential use of climate-altering approaches like solar radiation modification, citing a recent policy brief from the Carnegie Climate Governance Initiative. "Policymakers may wish to consider how more formal, dedicated international governance around such research may be important and how it could be implemented in practice,” says the brief.

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