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Is there a moral hazard in not using geoengineering to lower the global temperature?


Is there a moral hazard in not using geoengineering to lower the global temperature?27-06-2016 23:58
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Assuming that nations are unable or unwilling to meet the 2 degrees C climate goal
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pwndogmaster1 wrote:
Assuming that nations are unable or unwilling to meet the 2 degrees C climate goal


How would they know? It's not possible to measure temperature over the globe, a single country, or even within the confines of a single city.


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