Geoengineering solutions to global warming need oversight, Harvard professor argues
Large-scale projects that could temper or reverse the effects of climate change by blocking some incoming sunlight or manipulating the atmosphere have long been unpopular on two opposing fronts.
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#1 Mar 15, 2013
Harvard University applied physics professor David W. Keith,
He notes that geoengineering experiments dont get much support, especially in the U.S., where he says just a handful of research teams have been funded to specifically explore the potential of such technology by the National Science Foundation, a major funder of basic research. That potentially leaves scientists and policymakers in an uncomfortable place.
Sure their uncomfortable it could expose their scientific science fiction.
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