GREENBIZ | How far should humans go to save Planet Earth?
That was my first question in early March, when a new book about geoengineering, "Hacking Planet Earth," authored by journalist Thomas Kostigen, landed on my desk. As a self-avowed technophile, I’m more than willing — some might say too willing — to embrace the idea that technological ingenuity might be able to give Mother Nature an assist as humankind grapples with the physical risks of global warming. For that reason, we need to reboot how we discuss geoengineering — a concept once described as "nasty but necessary."
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