The world’s coral reefs are under threat. Some scientists say doses of cloud brightening could provide a solution to the problem.
Geoengineering the world out of dangerous climate change without cutting carbon emissions sounds an attractive idea – but will it work?
Attempts to tackle climate change by altering the atmosphere could even trigger disaster in a drought-prone region of Africa, a study suggests
Even if the science brought about a quick fix for climate change, political and ethical obstacles could be hard to overcome
Marine experts in Germany conclude crushed minerals dropped in oceans could absorb significant quantities of carbon dioxide
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“Marine cloud-brightening” method to trigger cloud formation by spraying sea water into the atmosphere could reflect enough solar radiation away from earth to negate effects of climate change.
Diamond particles could be a safer geoengineering aerosol than sulphur and Paul Ryan’s fossil fuel subsidy packed budget proposal and anti-environment voting record cause concern.
The Climate Group reveals Beijing’s plans to focus on ten mitigation and ten adaptation tools as it looks to tackle climate change head-on.
Energy commissioner praises US for exploiting tar sands and Gulf of Mexico, New study backs “iron fertilisation” of the oceans as a way to store carbon in the seas, Mixed results from US climate change opinion polls.