Scientists dismiss ‘geo-engineering’ to stop climate change

By |februar 1st, 2018|climate science, climate technology, News, Paris Agreement, science-based policy, UN climate talks|

“None” of the negative emission technologies currently available – including forest carbon sinks and other geo-engineering techniques – have the potential to deliver CO2 removals at the scale and rate needed to keep global warming below 2°C, European scientists have warned in a new report out today (1 February).