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Cloud creation experiments and Solar Radiation Management trials.

As for the U.S. Department of Defense — forget about it. To this group, such involvement prompts nightmares of a new military-industrial-geoengineering complex. One novel solution: demand that all technology used for sunlight reduction technologies remain in the public domain. “The issue is not private investment,” argued Keith. “It’s is open intellectual property.” Open-source climate engineering, anyone?

Lesson five: Trust is everything. The media loves to play up the angle of hubristic geoengineers hell-bent on messing with a system they don’t understand, but there was very little bold or reckless talk at Asilomar. The entire mood of the meeting was somber and hyper-alert to the dangers that lay ahead. “The whole game,” David Victor pointed out, “is about establishing credibility.” In other words, if the public comes to see geoengineering as, as one attendee put it, “a crazy idea cooked up by rich Anglo Saxons to dominate the climate,” then they will all be rightfully tarred and feathered.

A Hard Look at the Perils and Potential of Geoengineering

See also: https://geoengineeringourclimate.com/2015/02/17/past-forays-into-srm-field-research-and-implications-for-future-governance-case-study/

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Artficial Clouds Marine Cloud Brightening Solar Radiation Management Stratospheric Aerosol Injection

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