On last Friday, the White House dropped a report on geoengineering – the practice of messing with the atmosphere to cool things down by blocking some of the sun’s rays.
Last week, we reported on the work of Make Sunsets, a small environmental firm that was experimenting with releasing modest amounts of sunlight-reflecting sulfur dioxide particles into the stratosphere through
According to a Canadian researcher, an ozone hole seven times bigger than the Antarctic ozone hole has been present across tropical regions since the 1980s. Qing-Bin Lu, a scientist from
Researchers from UCL, Cambridge, and MIT constructed a three-dimensional model to investigate the impact of rocket launches and re-entry in 2019, as well as the impact of expected space tourism
Humans’ combustion of fossil fuels (CO2) is shrinking the stratosphere — the layer of air above the troposphere, in which we all live — which will potentially affect the satellites
Last week, a new report estimated that a sunlight-dimming program could cost as little as $2 billion dollars per year. Now, in a first-of-its-kind experiment, researchers from Harvard are preparing