Scientists reject aerosol geoengineering

SciDev.Net: Geoengineering schemes that could help some countries deal with global warming could have the opposite effect in others, according to a study. Geoengineering refers to large-scale interventions, such as capturing greenhouse gases, aimed at tackling global warming. Some climate scientists have suggested adding aerosols to the atmosphere to deflect the sun's rays in what they call 'solar radiation management' (SRM). Previous studies only examined a small number of scenarios for ......

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