Bulletin of the Atomic Scientist: Geoengineering is no climate fix. But calling it a moral hazard could be counterproductive

"Many experts are already worried that public discussion of geoengineering might dissuade policy makers from making harder but more substantial choices to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This is commonly called the “moral hazard” problem, and it has become a major argument against even pursuing further research into geoengineering technologies."


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