When a report on climate change hit the U.S. president’s desk, the suggestion was not to cut greenhouse gas emissions. Rather, scientific advisors counseled intervention via technology in the climate system itself–a practice now known as geoengineering. And the president was not Barack Obama, George W. Bush or even Bill Clinton–it was Lyndon Johnson in 1965. [More]
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