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Radio: Gaia’s fevered brow

by Edward Wickham

HOW would we feel if carbon levels in the atmosphere were instantly reduced, and the temperature of the earth stabilised? How would we feel if this deus came ex machina — if some boffin developed a technology that neutralised all emissions and pressed a cool, redemptive kerchief to the fevered brow of Gaia?

This is the thought-experiment that Solitaire Townsend, of the environmental group Futerra, puts to her audiences of assorted eco-lobbyists and climate-change ...

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