Climate change is the ultimate disruptor. On timescales that matter for people alive today, it’s a question of slowing climate change down rather than “solving” or “fixing” it. Geoengineering might be our most drastic option.
Jason Blackstock explains the potential scientific and geopolitical implications of geoengineering, and explores future scenarios that will influence the public perception of the technology.
Geoengineering the Climate: Science, Governance and Uncertainty by the Royal Society
The Planet Remade by Oliver Morton
Publications from the International Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies
Time for a Global Discussion on Climate Geoengineering by Janos Pasztor