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Scientists have proposed three colossal geoengineering projects to slow polar melting

A giant wall, artificial islands and cooling water are three ways that scientists might slow polar melting. Image: REUTERS/Balazs Koranyi

Alex Gray

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Jakobshavn, on Greenland’s west coast, contributes more to sea-level rise than any other glacier in the Northern Hemisphere. Image: NASA
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