The Half-Baked Plan to Stop Global Warming

A new, ambitious green company is trying to reverse global warming through a controversial technique that likely won’t work, some scientists say. Solar geoengineering startup […]

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Photo: View of the Villarrica volcano as seen from Villarrica, some 800 kilometres south of Santiago, Chile, on September 27, 2023. Villarrica is among the most active volcanoes in South America. (Photo by SEBASTIAN ESCOBAR / AFP) (Photo by SEBASTIAN ESCOBAR/AFP via Getty Images)

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  1. There is an easier way to produce this highly undesirable result. Just allow the mining industry to smelt sulfide ores without scrubbing or precipitators.

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