272 Brighten the Clouds


Stephen Salter and colleagues are developing a technique for limiting global warming, especially slowing the melting of sea ice, by increasing the bright clouds that reflect some light away, instead of letting it in to warm the oceans. Beckwith and Wadhams discuss the evidence.


  • Stephen Salter
  • Paul Beckwith
  • Peter Wadhams




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This is going to take a while to get going. I wish somebody would spend a lot of money and just start building things that could do it immediately.

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