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Asia's climate crisis

The climate moonshot: engineering the earth

Asia Pacific research looks to sun, rain and air in battle against global heating

The mass bleaching of Great Barrier Reef coral has driven scientists to reconfigure clouds to better block the sun. This is an example of geoengineering to suck massive amounts of carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere, or to cool the planet artificially.    © Getty Images

This is the latest piece in a series on the COP26 climate summit and the danger Asia faces from global heating. Previous articles can be viewed here.

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