Solar radiation management (SRM) projects (proposed and theoretical) are a type of climate engineering which seek to reflect sunlight and thus reduce global warming. Proposed examples include the creation of stratospheric sulfate aerosols. Their principal advantages as an approach to climate engineering is the speed with which they can be deployed and become fully active, their potential low financial cost, and the reversibility of their direct climatic effects. Solar radiation management projects could, for example, be used as a temporary response while levels of greenhouse gases can be brought under control by greenhouse gas remediation techniques. They would not reduce greenhouse gasconcentrations in the atmosphere, and thus do not address problems such as ocean acidification caused by excess carbon dioxide (CO2). By comparison, other climate engineering techniques based on greenhouse gas remediation, such as ocean iron fertilization, need to sequester the anthropogenic carbon excess before any reversal of global warming would occur.
To me this seems a danger to the earth!
We are all living in an Orwellian nightmare in countless respects. The most stunning example of all is the official denial of the ongoing global climate engineering assault that is clearly and verifiably occurring in skies all over the globe. And yet, “environmental” agencies around the globe (who are actually “partners” in the “Solar Radiation Management Governance Initiative”) aggressively deny the climate engineering reality. What is the SRMGI mission statement?
The success of SRMGI has been built on its relationships with partner organizations around the world. In the first phase of its work, SRMGI worked with a range of ‘stakeholder partner’ organizations, whose input was invaluable for shaping the original 2011 SRMGI conference and the SRMGI report.