Outline of geoengineering

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The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to geoengineering.

Climate engineering is the deliberate large-scale engineering and manipulation of the planetary environment to combat or counteract anthropogenic changes in atmospheric chemistry. This field is still in its theoretical stage, although first trials were already conducted (see Iron fertilization) or scheduled but delayed as a result of controversy surrounding the research (see SPICE Project).

Geoengineering defined[edit]

Geoengineering can be described as all of the following:

Branches of geoengineering[edit]

Proposed strategies[edit]

Carbon dioxide removal[edit]

Solar radiation management[edit]

Geoengineering organizations[edit]

Geoengineering publications[edit]

Persons influential in geoengineering[edit]

Geoengineering researchers[edit]

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