COPENHAGEN: - Civil society clearly has something to say about this, "says physicist Jason Blackstock, who works for the think tank Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI). He looks out over an auditorium filled with business people, environmentalists, academics and reporters. Most are in Copenhagen to follow the climate change negotiations, and had been lured to the seminar on climate manipulation. Exciting technology can namely, save the world, but also destroy it. An important reason why we organize this seminar is that many of these methods are too risky to be a good alternative on emissions, "said Blackstock. ...
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