|Injecting solid dust in the stratosphere could be a feasible "geoengineering" to counter the climate changes.|
Geoengineering has been defined as an approach to the climate change problem. The Royal Society defines geoengineering as "deliberate large-scale manipulation of the planetary environment to counteract anthropogenic climate change". It is dividen into two basic categories:
- Carbon Dioxide Removal techniques.
- Solar Radiation Management techniques, which reflect a small percentage of the sun's light and heat back into the space.
- Weisenstein, D. K., & Keith, D. W. (2015). Solar geoengineering using solid aerosol in the stratosphere. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions, 15(8), 11799-11851.