“It’s a healthy sign that a common first response to geoengineering is revulsion.”
11 Feb 2010
“It’s a healthy sign that a common first response to geoengineering is revulsion,” said physicist David Keith, in testimony to the US House of Representatives’ Science and Technology Committee. “It suggests we’ve learned something from past instances of techno-optimism and the subsequent failures,” he added.
Read more about the challenges of geoengineering—and regulating it—in my article “Planning for Plan B” and a blog post “Testing geoengineering: a catch 22,” or any of my other posts on geoengineering.