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- Aug 19, 2019

How can you do experiments? Harvard has some ideas.

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems

geoengineeringFor years, several Harvard climate scientists have been preparing to launch a balloon capable of spraying reflective particles into the atmosphere, in the hopes of learning more about our ability to counteract global warming. A prestigious university forging ahead with an outdoor experiment is a major milestone for the field, known as geoengineering. But it’s fraught with controversy.

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