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Recent book on Geoengineering features chapter by Marion Hourdequin

Recent book on Geoengineering features chapter by Marion Hourdequin

Marion Hourdequin, Associate Professor of Philosophy, authored Chapter 1 of Engineering the Climate: The Ethics of Solar Radiation Management, a recently published book edited by Christopher J. Preston.  This book discusses the ethical issues associated with deliberately engineering a cooler climate to combat global warming.  Hourdequin’s chapter is entitled “Geoengineering, Solidarity, and Moral Risk," and Engineering the Climate is available from Lexington Books.