In a matter of years, we might move to the full-scale geoengineering of the planet.
Like the CO2 readings at Mauna Loa, creeping up in the present, what's clear at the start of this new year is that the fictional ministry's future is now.
The Canadian author's new book captures the spirit of the time.
A solar geoengineering project at Harvard is based on a simple idea: release aerosols into the stratosphere.
Businesses have often been behind societal demands for responsibility. Things are starting to change.
Bleaching can easily upset the delicate balance of these finely tuned systems.
Cities have been at the fringe of climate finance. Shifting them to the center could do a world of good.