Fish Creek Road runs along the eastern edge of Estes Park, Colorado – or at least it used to. The recent record rainfall of September 2013 flooded Fish Creek proper, washing away entire segments of the roadway that runs alongside it – more than three miles of roadway, according to
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Government Urged to Research Geoengineering
Earlier this month the Bipartisan Policy Center released a report that recommends the government start researching the potential of geoengineering technologies to counteract the impacts of climate change.
Among other things, possible strategies include removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. This could be done by building machines that suck carbon dioxide from the air and then storing the gas underground. Another option is to cool the Earth by increasing the amount of solar energy that is reflected back to space. Scientists could do this by putting tiny particles, or liquid droplets, into the stratosphere to deflect incoming solar radiation.