A new study published in Nature finds the globe will be enterring "unprecedented climates" within a few decades. In an article in New Scientist, Michael Marshall writes on geoengineering as the means to avoid this fate:
"THIS is how we will hold off disaster. To help us avoid dangerous climate change, we will need to create the largest industry in history: to suck greenhouse gases out of the air on a giant scale. For the first time, we can sketch out this future industry – known as geoengineering – and identify where it would operate."