Atmospheric Chemistry & Climate in the Anthropocene
Date: 6/18/2007; 57 minutes


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Nobel laureate Paul Crutzen proposes a possible escape route from nearly out-of-control global warming. He explores the possibility of releasing light-reflecting sulfur particles into the upper atmosphere, which would redirect heat back into space, cooling the global climate. (#12849)


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