Magazine Articles | Technology | VOL. 11, ISSUE 67, July-August 2011 |

Geoengineering and South Asia

After several unsuccessful United Nations (UN) negotiation rounds at Copenhagen and Cancun, and the countries not being able to reach an agreement on capping their greenhouse gas emissions, some researchers believe it is time to seriously look into developing a ‘plan G’ for stopping climate change: geoengineering. Geoengineering entails the consideration of planet wide engineering projects intended to reduce the side effects of fossil fuel combustion. Rather than trying to stop or reduce emission levels, such engineering projects would: remove...

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