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The Climate Change Solution That Could Spark Global War

Superpowers will control geoengineering and all the damage that comes with it

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It could be any country, but let’s say it’s Vietnam.

The year is 2069. World governments failed to halve greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 — the deadline set in a 2018 United Nations report — setting off a chain of…




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Alexander C. Kaufman

Alexander C. Kaufman

Alexander Kaufman is a national reporter at HuffPost, where he writes about climate change and environmental policy. Reach him at

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