When it comes to geoengineering, there are a few strategies which are being tested out that you should be aware of. I'll briefly mention three here: solar radiation management, carbon dioxide removal, and heat transport. Solar radiation management simply refers to attempts to reflect sunlight back into space or to intercept sunlight before it reaches the Earth through a literal shade built in space. This process theoretically could reduce global warming, a growing concern among the world's scientific communities. Carbon Dioxide removal is the attempt to remove increased levels of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. One interesting geoengineering approach is the use of artificial tress, which can suck up to 1000 times more CO2 from the air than real trees can, at the rate of about one ton of carbon per day if the tree is approximately the size of an actual tree. Heat transport refers to a system of vertical ocean pipes that mix cooler, deep water with warmer surface water. Most geoengineering strategies today are in development, and are not readily used to reduce global warming. However, with the swift advances of technology it will not be surprising to see very soon some of these space-age technologies become a reality! Come see our youtube channel at youtube.com/bustmold to view more informative videos on issues that affect you and your families, brought to you by Moldbusters, the world's leading mold removal specialists ( bustmold.com/ottawa/mold-removal-service ).