Developing Nations To Study Ways To Dim Sunshine, Slow Warming
Global warming giving a bad sign of the sunlight which exceeding the limits race. On this issue, scientists in developing nations plan to step up research to dimming sunshine. This is the challenge now before many countries. Already few ideas were implemented to reduce the temperature of the earth to 2 degrees centigrade. Till now the research is going on. In details, “solar geoengineering”, which would mimic big volcanic eruptions that can cool the Earth by masking the sun with a veil of ash.
Hence scientists from universities such as Harvard and Oxford are seeking to fire volcanoes for a better climate. On the other hand, few Developing countries have come up with the idea that sunlight could be reduced if chemicals were applied as a layer of the sky. Watch this video.<<SCROLL DOWN TO READ MORE.
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In fact, developing countries and backward countries have more impact on global warming. Regarding this issue in 2015, Paris has signed up to 200 countries to reduce Temperature of the earth. This burden now falls on the developing countries. Moreover, 12 research officials from Bharat, Bangladesh, Brazil, China, Ethiopia, Jamaica, and Thailand have been told that steps will be taken to reduce the sun’s light by reducing global warming.
However, The Solar Radiation Management came forward to give financial support to these scientists in research of solar geoengineering, The project is expected to cost $ 4 million. This fund is open from Philanthropy Project, a foundation backed by Dustin Moskovitz, a co-founder of Facebook, and his wife, Cari Tuna At the same time, Scientists are also investigating the effects of solar geoengineering.