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Solar geoengineering is worth studying but not a substitute for cutting emissions, study finds

By James W. Hurrell, Professor and Scott Presidential Chair in Environmental Science and Engineering, Colorado State University
Ambuj D Sagar, Founding Head, School of Public Policy, and Vipula and Mahesh Chaturevdi Professor of Policy Studies, The Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
Marion Hourdequin, Professor of Philosophy, Colorado College
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Is it time to take drastic steps to modify Earth's climate to avoid catastrophic warming? A panel of experts says the idea deserves study.

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