NOAA Gets Go-Ahead to Study Controversial Climate Plan B

Source: Inside Climate News

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The top climate change scientist for NOAA said he has received $4 million from Congress and permission from his agency to study two emergency—and controversial—methods to cool the Earth if the U.S. and other nations fail to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions. One method includes injecting sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere to act as shade.

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