Off-the-shelf technologies to cool the planet

October 1990
New Scientist;10/20/90, Vol. 128 Issue 1739, p16
Reports on widely available technologies that could cut worldwide emissions of carbon dioxide by 2005, according to the Stockholm Environmental Institute in a series of press conferences in 1990. Prevention of widespread damage to society from a warming Earth; Limitation of rises in sea level; Establishment of a maximum safe rate of change in mean temperatures; Projected rise in the global consumption of energy.


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