Geoengineering—a technological approach to tackling climate change—is either a dangerous distraction or our best hope, depending on whom you ask.
Young experts explain how new technologies could help in the fight against global warming—but they can't be our only hope.
A new study links an asteroid collision to a cooling period and a burst of biodiversity 466 million years ago, and suggests that asteroid dust could help the climate crisis today.
A proposal to study the risks and current state of geoengineering technologies failed to materialize at a UN assembly this week.
This week on VICE on HBO, we take a look at a radical plan to save the earth from climate change
Could volcanic eruptions actually help cool the world?
The National Weather Service was preparing for an influx of questions about government weather modification, but no one cares.
Humans have been accidentally geoengineering for centuries. At what point should we do it on purpose?
If we put another 310 gigatons of carbon into the ocean by 2100, which we’re well on track to do, we enter “unknown territory.”
The new Gerard Butler movie turns geoengineering into a weapon that wreaks global havoc on the scale of 'The Day After Tomorrow.'