Space Mirrors? Stratospheric Dust? Are These Global Warming Antidotes?

In 2001, the White House Climate Change Technology Program quietly convened a conference called Response Options to Rapid or Severe Climate Change. Those in attendance talked about possibilities for giant technological antidotes to global climate warming. Such ideas have been percolating for years — giant mirrors in space to act as sunshades, giant clouds of sulfur particles in the upper atmosphere to reduce the amount of light that reaches the ground. Others have proposed burying carbon...Full Story
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