Geoengineering Earth is Technically Possible

Talking about the imminent climate change, one of our biggest challenges is to limit the increase of global temperature caused by the greenhouse effect. Many climate scientists calculate that the world has only a few decades to reduce emissions before there is so much carbon dioxide in the atmosphere that a dangerous rise in global temperature is inevitable.

At the forthcoming COP15 climate conference in Copenhagen in December, the overall goal is to establish an ambitious global climate agreement for the period from 2012 when the first commitment period under the Kyoto Protocol expires.

It has finally become a broadly accepted fact that global warming is both real and dangerous, but world leaders continue to fail on acting upon it accordingly. Many of the effects of global warming have been well-documented, but the precise extent is difficult to predict. (more…)