The most comprehensive study to date on geoengineering says we probably shouldn’t do it—at least not yet.
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In the 1980s, the dying red spruce trees of New England—many of them taller than eight-story buildings and more than three centuries old—furnished frightening proof of the power of acid rain. The trees were seen as a canary in the coal mine, and it was easy to imagine the ensuing consequences for the forest at [...]
Does David Brandt hold the secret for turning industrial agriculture from global-warming problem to carbon solution?