Political economics of geoengineering • Why technological measures to cool the Earth may be politically inevitable https://www.economist.com/finance-and-economics/2019/04/27/political-economy-suggests-that-geoengineering-is-likely-to-be-used #linkblog #geoengineeringpoliticseconomyglobalwarmingtootme
@nelson well, I am assuming that carbon sequestration is considered geoengineering, it may not be? https://www.carbonbrief.org/in-depth-qa-ipccs-special-report-on-climate-change-at-one-point-five-c#negative for example
@jmason ah gotcha. I didn't know IPCCC were already counting on carbon capture. Some of the geoengineering I'm reading about is far more aggressive; limiting the amount of sunlight to reach the surface, for instance.
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