Why geoengineering may narrow global economic inequality
One criticism of the radical climate solution of geoengineering has been its disparate, and hard-to-predict, effects in different parts of the globe. But a simplified model recently published in Nature Communications suggests that geoengineering could actually disproportionately benefit the world's poorest countries, writes James Temple, MIT Technology Review's senior editor for energy.
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