Jack Stilgoe

Rutgers University

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Jack Stilgoe is a senior lecturer in the Department of Environmental Sciences at Rutgers University and author of Experiment Earth: Responsible Innovation in Geoengineering.

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A raging dispute among climate scientists is breaking into the open.

Is it 'geoengineering' or 'hacking the climate?'

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