Artificially Cooling the Earth May Counter New Natural Disaster

A new study led by experts at the University of Exeter, claimed that artificially cooling the planet’s atmosphere with intension to prevent the impacts of global warming, would bring likely new dreadful disasters at various regions over the globe. Few researchers have faith that artificially releasing aerosols into the sky, the same thing happens in volcanic eruptions, to cool down the earth, may potentially decrease the impact of global warming.

Researchers said that injecting billions of the reflective particles in the stratosphere may help in cooling overheating planet, but at the same time this action would alter the great intensity of tropical storms. it is mentioned in an open accessed peer-reviewed journal Nature Communications Nature released by the Publishing Group that the hurricanes from the North Atlantic scan become stronger or too weaker depending on the released aerosols in the hemisphere.

To get deeper into these pitfalls, the team of experts led by Anthony Jones from the Met Office Hadley Centre, ran state-of-the-art models of climate system of earth that measured possible changes in the atmosphere and ocean. Experts have been called for a faster execution of the international regulation to supervise the deployment of extensive solar geoengineering schemes.

At the time, the climate science expert at the University of Exeter, Dr. Anthony Jones, who is a leading author of the studies, stated that, “Our results confirm that regional solar geoengineering is a highly risky strategy which could simultaneously benefit one region to the detriment of another. It is vital that policymakers take solar geoengineering seriously and act swiftly to install effective regulation.”

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