It's a targeted geoengineering technique that new research suggests may buy us 50 years to reduce emissions and protect imperiled reefs.
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Diatoms may end up hogging too much of the iron dumped into the ocean for the procedure to have much long-term effect.
Mad scientist-types are about to start screwing with the planet—we should have a plan with how to deal with them.
As our environment increasingly falls apart, it looks more and more likely that we're going to have to geoengineer our way out of the problem.
A pre-forum report lays out a grim vision of the future, one rife with acidic oceans, rogue geoengineers, human cyborgs, and aliens.
It's like the opposite of the ultimate Bond villainy.
Most of us have seen the alarmist food documentaries that target giant food companies like Monsanto. Soaring over crops, airplanes spray contrails of fertilizer that often spill into smaller neighboring farms; destroying their seeds and ultimately ca…
Geoengineering might save the world, but geoengineering might also destroy the world. Geoengineering should strike terror into the heart of every self-respecting humanist, but geoengineering might just be necessary. Geoengineering may avert catastrop…
In the year 2012, with the two biggest greenhouse gas creators in the world (the U.S. and China, of course) unwilling to do much of anything to cut emissions, we're basically light years and an autocratic world government away from staving off catost…