Carlin, Norman; James, Robert A. (2018): Geoengineering Research Under U.S. Law
Carlin, Norman; James, Robert A. (2018): Geoengineering Research Under U.S. Law. In Pratt's Energy Law Report 18 (3), pp. 67–75.
"The authors first divide the techniques under consideration between solar radiation management (aerosols in the stratosphere, or greater white surfaces below) and carbon dioxide removal (ocean iron fertilization (OIF) and other forms of carbon capture and sequestration). They detail the analysis required for an environmental impact statement (EIS) under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), and a variety of other U.S. statutes and common-law doctrines. "