Geoengineering could trigger disaster in parts of Africa

Climate News Network: Less than three weeks after two U.S. researchers called for global agreement on the governance of geoengineering research, British meteorologists have provided a case study in potential geoengineering disaster. Jim Haywood from the Met Office Hadley Center and colleagues report in Nature Climate Change that fine particles concentrated in the stratosphere could precipitate calamitous drought in the Sahel region of Africa. Attempts to tackle climate change by altering the atmosphere may have......

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