Climate engineering

Climate engineering, sometimes also referred to as geoengineering or climate intervention, is intentional, large-scale intervention in the Earth's climate system (Union of Concerned Scientists 2017).system.[1] One reason to engage in climate engineering would be to counter anthropogenic climate change. The main techniques that could be used for climate engineering are carbon dioxide removal and solar radiation management.

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Union of Concerned Scientists (2017) What is climate engineering?, Union of Concerned Scientists, November 6.

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    Union of Concerned Scientists (2017) What is climate engineering?, Union of Concerned Scientists, November 6.

Climate engineering, sometimes also referred to as geoengineering or climate intervention, is intentional, large-scale intervention in the Earth's climate system (UCS,(Union of Concerned Scientists 2017). One reason to engage in climate engineering would be to counter anthropogenic climate change. The main techniques that could be used for climate engineering are carbon dioxide removal and solar radiation management.

Fli, SupportConn, Ariel (2019) Not Cool episode 6: Alan Robock on geoengineering, Future of Life Institute, September 17.

Climate engineering, sometimes also referred to as geoengineering or climate intervention, is intentional, large-scale intervention in the Earth's climate system (UCS, 2017). One reason to engage in climate engineering would be to counter anthropogenic climate change. The main techniques that could be used for climate engineering are carbon dioxide removal and solar radiation management.

UCS (2017) https://www.ucsusa.org/resources/what-climate-engineering