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    Seawater is sprayed into clouds to make them reflect more sunlight (Illustration: Nasa)

    David Suzuki: We can’t geoengineer our way out of climate change

    David Suzuki on the undeniable impacts of climate change and whether geoengineering offers a solution or introduces new risks an unintended consequences.


    David Suzuki on Chemtrails

    David Suzuki on Chemtrails

    Find out what Canada's best-known scientist has to say about chemtrails...



    Is geoengineering a silver bullet for climate change?

    Is geoengineering a silver bullet for climate change?

    Geoengineering to combat climate change is largely untested. Because we’ve stalled so long on reducing carbon emissions, we may have to consider it. What will that mean?


    Mark Hume: Businessman Russ George Defends Haida Ocean Fertilization Project

    Mark Hume: Businessman Russ George defends Haida Ocean Fertilization Project

    Read this column from Mark Hume in the Globe and Mail on the ocean fertilization project that caught the world by surprise last week, provoking criticism over fears of geoengineering and unintended ecological consequences. (Oct...



    National Geographic: New study dispells some concerns around ocean geoengineering

    National Geographic: New study dispells some concerns around ocean geoengineering

    Read this story and photo essay from National Geographic on a new study into a controversial practice of fertilizing plankton by dumping iron filings into the marine environment. The study, published int he prestigious journal ...


    Nuke the Moon- The Wacky World of Geoengineering

    Nuke the Moon: The Wacky World of Geoengineering

    Okay, time to stop worrying about climate change. Turns out we can just change the climate. How? Well, maybe we should just nuke the moon. (Apparently if we can shift its orbit to block more sunlight, oil companies can keep dri...



    Geoengineering moratorium agreed to at UN conference in Japan

    Geoengineering moratorium agreed to at UN conference in Japan

    Article at Food Freedom. “The unusually strong consensus decision builds on the 2008 moratorium on ocean fertilization. That agreement, negotiated at COP 9 in Bonn, put the brakes on a litany of failed ‘experiments&...