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Geoengineering and the Four Climate Change Truths

At the Research Triangle Institute in November 2008, David Schnare, Director of the Jefferson Institute’s Center for Environmental Stewardship, discussed climate change from a political theory perspective, with reference to geoengineering as a means to break the political roadblocks. In a thought-provoking presentation, he examines Malthusian and post-Marxist approaches to culture change as the apparent template used by climate alarmists and other environmental activists to force centralized governmental policies and eliminate traditional American entrepreneurialism from the mix of alternative approaches to climate change. The presentation discusses how geoengineering will likely break the centralized governmental response due to its low cost and the opportunity it provides for development of private sector solutions to climate change challenges.

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