Environment Canada Publishes Info On Climate Altering Tech That Blocks Out The Sun

Environment Canada Publishes Info On Climate Altering Tech That Blocks Out The Sun
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Well, it looks like another so-called conspiracy theory becomes fact. It’s been reported that Environment Canada published its five-year science strategy, and it includes seeking climate-altering tech that is able to change the weather by blocking out the sun.

Blocking out the sun becomes a reality

Environment and Climate Change Canada has released a five-year science strategy that includes an investigation into “climate-altering technologies” that can intentionally modify the atmosphere to block out the sun. This plan is part of the department’s focus on research from 2024 to 2029.

The strategy’s primary objective is to improve Canada’s understanding of these technologies in the context of the environment.

This includes a mandate to investigate the potential and implications of various techniques designed to deliberately intervene in the climate system, with the overarching goal of aligning with Canada’s net-zero emissions target, according to the data revealed by TNC News.

“Understand the potential for climate engineering and determine the implications of technologies that aim to deliberately alter the climate system, typically to counteract climate warming (e.g., solar radiation modification, marine geoengineering, carbon dioxide removal techniques),” the document reads.

Another listed goal is to “conduct scientific assessments of climate-altering technologies and impacts on Canada.”

Solar radiation modification refers to a set of proposed methods to counteract global warming by controlling the amount of solar radiation that reaches the Earth’s surface. One of the methods involves injecting aerosols into the stratosphere to deflect solar radiation.

Other approaches include cloud seeding over the ocean surfaces or using chemicals to whiten clouds, thereby increasing their reflectivity and reducing solar absorption.

Although scientists believe that technologies such as stratospheric aerosol injections have the potential to help address climate change, there are concerns about their possible risks and unintended consequences.

Critics caution that such interventions may lead to unforeseen outcomes, including worsening climate change, damaging the ozone layer, and posing health risks.

“Depending on the materials it uses, it could damage the ozone layer. This can cause health and environmental problems,” warns the Carnegie Climate Governance Initiative.

“Stopping it suddenly could cause rapid temperature rise that would be disruptive to human society and be dangerous for many species.”


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Rada Mateescu

Passionate about freedom, truth, humanity, and subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years, and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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