Reducing emissions still the best way to stop global warming

Research coming from UCLA and five other universities has proven that by far the most effective way to prevent further global warming is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Geo-engineering advances - including cloud seeding and the use of giant mirrors in space to deflect sunlight from the earth’s atmosphere - will not significantly reduce climate change.

The study came to these conclusions by comparing five strategies that appeared to hold the most promise for reducing climate change: reducing emissions, carbon sequestration on land and in the ocean, storing carbon dioxide in a liquefied form underground, increasing the Earth’s cloud cover, and solar reflection.

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