A recent article published in the MIT Technology Review has suggested that geoengineering experiments may be necessary in the future if global temperatures continue to rise.
Geoengineering is the process of manipulating environmental processes with the aim of changings the earth’s climate, and it is a controversial topic.
Whilst there is agreement in the scientific community that innovative solutions are needed to combat climate change, many believe that geoengineering poses too many risks and highlights too many ethical and political questions.
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So is geoengineering too dangerous to consider or a necessary risk when tackling climate change?