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"Technologies which might be deployed to attempt geoengineering are either speculative or only in the very early stages of development. [...] Despite their speculative nature, discussion of geoengineering technologies is growing rapidly in science and policy circles. Having for decades largely been dismissed as irrelevant or counterproductive to serious discussion, some now advocate for geoengineering techniques as possible ‘tools in the toolkit’ for future climate action. "