Geoengineering seen as possible alternative to cutting carbon

05/27/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

If mankind is unable to wean itself off fossil fuels, the last hope for species survival comes down to geoengineering, writes Clive Hamilton, a public ethics professor at Charles Sturt University. The options range from costly space-based mirrors to more down-to-Earth measures, but questions arise as to the wisdom of trying to manipulate the planet's climate, he writes.

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