Bipartisan Policy Center Urges Research Into Geoengineering

Duke University Press

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Today the Bipartisan Policy Center’s Task Force on Climate Remediation Research issued a report that urges the United States to step up research into geoengineering techniques that might help slow or stop the progress of global climate change. In interviews with the New York Times, “some of the panel members said they hoped that the mere discussion of such drastic steps would jolt the public and policy makers into meaningful action in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, which they called the highest priority.”

2011-10-04 00:00:00
Duke University Press