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Do we need climate interventions?

Geoengineering sounds like the stuff of science fiction. But the longer meaningful emissions reductions are delayed, the more likely it is that we’ll reach for radical – and risky – climate solutions. Jennifer Johnson evaluates the options.

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EW Mar21 pp18-20 OA.pdf

Journal title: Energy World

Publisher: Energy Institute

Subjects: Energy engineering - Climate science - Emissions -

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