In the Wild West of Climate Engineering, Some Cowboys Have Honor, B. Keim

Brandon Keim reports for Wired on a Corporate Code of Conduct announced by Climos, a climate engineering firm involved in using iron to “seed”, or fertilize, growth of carbon dioxide-fixing plankton in oceans. This code of conduct, while voluntary and non-binding, is a welcome step in an R&D area that reminds one scientist of “the Wild West”. There are links to related articles by Brandon Keim and to other information sources relevant to climate engineering or geoengineering.

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