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What If a Tech CEO Tried to Save the World With Geoengineering? An Excerpt From ‘Veil’

Eliot Peper’s new science fiction thriller ‘Veil’ imagines a world in which the wealthy and powerful can hijack the climate at will

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As the climate crisis grows increasingly dire, a radical question is appearing on more politicians’




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Eliot Peper

Eliot Peper

Novelist: Veil, Breach, Borderless, Bandwidth, Neon Fever Dream, Cumulus, Exit Strategy, Power Play, and Version 1.0.

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