- Can Navajos overturn Biden’s ban on oil and gas drilling 10 miles from Chaco Canyon?
- If a carbon tax isn’t feasible, what about geoengineering? (E.g.,100 airplanes ejecting 2 million tons of sulfur into to the stratosphere?)
- Stephen Moore: The 1930s’ heatwave “was at least on par with the current surge in temperatures. Was the 1930s heat blast due to ‘climate change’ too?”
It’s currently popular to argue for fighting climate change by “solar geoengineering”—such as sending sulfates toward the sun to cool the Earth’s surface (the way a volcano’s eruption can cool the Earth). But many people question this approach. The latest warning comes from Robinson Meyer in the Atlantic. “A new study hints that solar geoengineering…