Radical plans to fix the Earth’s #Climate are proposed by scientists working out of #Cambridge in the United Kingdom.
Perhaps one of the most radical is the plan to #refreeze the #earth's #poles by sending a fleet of unmanned ships with tall masts to the #Arctic and Antarctica regions. Once there they will pump seawater up into the clouds which apparently brighten them. The added seawater particles in them will then cause the clouds to be more widespread thus cooling the areas beneath them allowing them to refreeze.
Another radical plan, one that is already being tested at the TATA Steel plant in Port Talbot South Wales, is to recycle carbon dioxide gases collected from gas-fired, power stations, or steal plants. Once gathered it would be stored underground where it can then be reused as a coolant for refrigerant systems, fire extinguishers and even for the manufacture of some forms of frozen foods.
These new and radical plans are being coordinated by the once government's chief scientific adviser, Prof Sir David King and also include a new research center to develop new strategies to repair the earth’s #climate.
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Credit and Sources: BBC.UK, Pallab Ghosh Science correspondent, BBC News, Prof Sir David King and cover image by John Macneill and John Latham