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Regulating climate engineering

Faces of Science

Everybody knows about climate change and if you read the newspapers you can see it poses serious risks. Some scientists have been looking at ways to counterbalance global warming. They talk about large scale interventions in the natural systems: climate engineering. But this poses potential problems like changing rainfall patterns. Jesse Reynolds looks at possible ways to regulate climate engineering and it’s research.


Produced by Fast Facts<br />
Commissioned by KNAW and De Jonge Akademie<br />
Funded by the academic authors of Elsevier Science, supported by Lira Author Fund Reprorecht<br />
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Made by: Moira van Dijk 2014<br />
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Camera &amp; editing: Wouter Boes<br />
Music: Daan van West<br />
Graphic design: SproetS<br />
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