Geoengineering

In its second major report since 2007, the U.N. panel's report was not all bad news. It noted that while nations may be slow to agree to climate treaties, city and state governments have written their own climate plans along with the private sector.
Yesterday   The New York Times - Environment
The CIA, in partnership with other U.S. government agencies, is funding a $630,000 scientific study into the plausibility and potential effects of climate engineering to reduce global warming. Let the conspiracy theories begin.
Jul 18, 2013   Grist
More precisely, will "geoengineering" or "climate remediation" be able to reduce carbon dioxide levels in the earth's atmosphere? A new panel of climate experts will investigate.
Oct 6, 2011   The New York Times - Environment
A new study from the UK Royal Society has determined that geo-engineering techniques are technically feasible approaches to address high levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and the resulting global warming.
Sep 2, 2009   BBC
This piece from <em>The Atlantic</em> looks at the emerging concept of "geoengineering" -- a set ideas that seek solutions to climate change by manipulating the environment.
Jul 23, 2009   The Atlantic
Scientists are taking seriously proposals to artificially and massively change the Earth's ecosystems -- to "geoengineer" the planet -- to put the brakes on climate change.
Apr 23, 2009   Macleans
The Obama administration is entertaining proposals for using 'geoengineering' to fight global warming, including shooting pollution into the upper atmosphere to reflect back the warming rays.
Apr 9, 2009   The Wall St. Journal