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GeoEngineering Watch

What if there a monumental environmental threat was occurring that you didnt even know was happening What if you found out it is affecting your...

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The Washington Water Cruiser was developed by a partnership of federal and state agencies along with private companies who share a mutual interest...

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Stewart Brand warms up to nukes, geoengineering

A central figure in the environmental movement of the 1960s and 1970s, Brand now thinks people need to manipulate natural systems to forestall the effects of global warming.

By April 13, 2010

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Report: Geoengineering an option to limit climate change

Barring significant emissions reductions, U.K.'s national science academy sees engineering to remove greenhouse gases or absorb less solar radiation as a way to combat climate change.

By September 2, 2009

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Geoengineered cooling of planet would have 'perilous effects'

Trying to mimic the cooling effects of volcanic eruptions by injecting sulfur into the atmosphere would badly damage the ozone layer, an NCAR study concludes.

By April 25, 2008

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Report: Bill Gates funds climate, energy research

Science Magazine reports that Bill Gates has spent at least $4.5 million to fund academic energy and climate research, some of which touches on the controversial topic of geoengineering.

By January 27, 2010

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Big technology: Geo-engineering

A professor argues that it's possible to put a break on climate change by injecting sulfates above the stratosphere.

By January 22, 2008

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'Geoengineering': Space mirror over Greenland?

Shields in space, artificial volcanic eruptions, pumping carbon dioxide underground, ocean fertilization--all these "geoengineering" ideas are being discussed, says Harvard professor.

By November 19, 2007

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Short take: new engineering server software

Engineering software maker Bentley Systems debuted its new ModelServer Discovery, a product which allows planners, engineers and managers to navigate their geoengineering projects from a Web browser. The new server software distributes feature and attribute data and allows querying from a standard browser, such as Netscape's Navigator and Microsoft's Internet Explorer. ModelServer will be delivered to beta sites later this year, and prices will range from $9,950 to $17,950, depending on the number of CPU servers.

By October 16, 1997