The Earth-Shaking Consequences of Burying Carbon

  • Published: Jul 5th, 2012

Pumping carbon dioxide underground to keep it out of the atmosphere might not work on a large scale, says a new study

Geoengineered Sky: Bye-Bye Blue, Hello White

  • Published: Jun 4th, 2012

Blue skies no more? That's one side effect of a new geoengineering study that might turn out to be deeply troubling.

The Week That Was: Bring on the Madness

  • Published: Mar 3rd, 2012

Geoengineering gone crazy. Natural gas a false hope. A painful primer at the pump. And Seuss on the loose, too

Geoengineering: You Want Crazy, We’ve Got Crazy!

  • Published: Feb 29th, 2012

The list of the Top 5 geoengineering projects you’ve never heard of — and probably never will again.

The Little Ice Age Explained?

  • Published: Jan 30th, 2012

A new study argues that a centuries-long cooling, which ended about 200 years ago, was triggered by a series of massive volcanoes

New Breakthrough in Solar? Maybe. Possibly. Or Not.

  • Published: Dec 21st, 2011

New study finds a way to double the efficiency of solar cells while cutting the cost. Is this finally the solution we have been looking for?

Montana Workshop Examines Ethics of Solar Radiation Management

  • Published: Nov 8th, 2010

Experts met in Montana earlier this month to explore thorny ethical questions surrounding geoengineering, or deliberately cooling the planet to counteract global warming.

Geoengineering Methods

Geoengineering Methods

  • Published: Nov 5th, 2010

From snatching carbon dioxide (CO2) out of the air like trees do, to launching giant mirrors into space, scientists are researching a wide variety of technologies to artificially slow global warming.