Geoengineering techniques need more study, says science coalition

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The Solar Radiation Management Governance Initiative says geoengineering could be 'plan B' for climate change

More research on the risks and governance of geoengineering the planet's climate by reflecting sunlight into space is needed, a grouping of science bodies and a green NGO have said, as the end of the first...

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