Geoengineering method could reduce emissions but would require huge mining effort and alter balance of the oceans
Sprinkling billions of tonnes of mineral dust across the oceans could quickly remove a vast quantities of climate-warming carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, according to a new study. The proposed "geoengineering"...
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