Reason first argued for researching such a planetary emergency cooling system 26 years ago.
Why are activists trying to stop research into a promising backup plan to handle climate change?
Neal Stephenson's Termination Shock Is a Glorious Sci-Fi Vision of How To Respond to Global Warming, One Geoengineering Problem at a Time
In Stephenson's near-future novel, innovation, not legislation, is the best response to a changing climate.
The data behind apocalypse 2030 is based on placing blame, not predicting the future.
We should stop hemming and hawing and try building an emergency backup cooling system for the planet
Way past time to experiment with geoengineering as an emergency backup plan to cool the planet
Both albedo management and carbon dioxide removal should be researched