There could be unintended consequences.
Let's talk about hacking the climate.
Scientists may finally put some of the basic principles to the test in 2018—and not everyone is happy about that
A quick fix
Staying on message
Time to look for a Plan C
Fighting snow with sugar beet juice, snow-pooping robots, geoengineering and more
Another study shows iron fertilization may not be a great solution to climate change.
The eruption of Eyjafjallajökull gave scientists a chance to test a high-stakes geoengineering idea.
The Army Corps of Engineers is nearly out of options for keeping a section of the upper Mississippi River flowing.
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