What works to slow climate change?

Kevin Trenberth, Distinguished Scholar, NCAR; Affiliated Faculty at the University of Auckland, writes on The Conversation website argues that that the most effective way to address the climate change problem is to decarbonise economies not to have such alternatives as geoengineering; carbon capture and storage, including “direct air capture”; and planting trees. What are your … Continue reading What works to slow climate change?

Can solar geoengineering help us address climate change?

The last chance to stop global warming — or a delusion of grandeur? Scientists are working on innovative ways to artificially cool the planet. Tim Schauenberg discusses three possible ideas in an article on the Deutsche Welle website. Solar geoengineering: Can we cool the planet? "There is no doubt that humans are able to artificially … Continue reading Can solar geoengineering help us address climate change?

Is solar geoengineering a potential tool for countering climate change?

A recent study by the US National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine examined the potential for using solar geoengineering to address climate change. Professor James W. Hurrell, Professor Ambuj D Sagar and Professor Marion Hourdequin, three members of the committee of experts give their views in an article on The Conversation website.   Solar … Continue reading Is solar geoengineering a potential tool for countering climate change?