Climate Tools Seek to Bend Nature’s Path
It’s called geoengineering, and its possibilities, like reflective droplets in the sky and rocks that remove carbon dioxide, are gaining momentum.
“There may come to be a choice between geoengineering and suffering,” said Andy Parker of the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies in Potsdam, Germany. “And how we make that choice is crucial.”
Geoscientists begin to look at last ditch efforts. Although my goal has been to talk about the positives, it is time to acknowledge that harsh measures are under consideration for climate adaptation.