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Any plans to dim the Sun and cool the Earth must be led by those most affected by climate change

The best way to avert major climate disaster is to partially shield some of the Earth from incoming solar radiation. Image: Unsplash/ANIRUDH

Elil Hoole

Research Associate, University of Cambridge

Shaun Fitzgerald

Teaching Fellow in Engineering, University of Cambridge


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