CNBC: "White House is pushing ahead research to cool Earth by reflecting back sunlight"

Oct 14, 2022

In this CNBC article, C2G Executive Director Janos Pasztor discusses solar radiation modification and the need to reduce carbon emissions, as the White House plans to research sunlight-reflection technology in the coming years.

White House is pushing ahead research to cool Earth by reflecting back sunlight

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