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Nothing to object to here - but also no attempt to explain how this adds up to a solution (even a partial solution) to climate change. And the proposal does not address governance aspects.
Not really on point -- mainly based on identifying some set of (not fully specified) interventions as desirable and calling the "geotherapy", vs. some other set of interventions, undesirable, called "geoengineering". Nothing about how to govern or control -- and most seriously, almost nothing -- certainly nothing approaching a workable level of specificity -- about how to tell good "geotherapy" interventions from bad "geoengineering" ones.
Anita and Ben: We still appreciate that you submitted your critique and then took the the time to expand upon it, even if it didn't become a viable plan.
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