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Could solar geoengineering be the answer to slowing global warming?

Solar geoengineering involves creating reflective aerosols that bounce sunlight back into space. Image: Pexels/Pixabay

Patrick W. Keys

Assistant Professor, Department of Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University

Curtis Bell

Associate Professor of Maritime Security and Governance, US Naval War College

Elizabeth A. Barnes

Professor of Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University

James W. Hurrell

Professor and Scott Presidential Chair in Environmental Science and Engineering, Colorado State University

Noah Diffenbaugh

Professor of Earth System Science, Stanford University


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