Scientist publishes 'escape route' from global warming
By Steve Connor, Science Editor Published: 31 July 2006 (source)

A Nobel Prize-winning scientist has drawn up an emergency plan to save the world from
global warming, by altering the chemical makeup of Earth's upper atmosphere.
Professor Paul Crutzen, who won a Nobel Prize in 1995 for his work on the hole in the
ozone layer, believes that political attempts to limit man-made greenhouse gases are
so pitiful that a radical contingency plan is needed.

In a polemical scientific essay to be published in the August issue of the journal
Climate Change, he says that an "escape route" is needed if global warming
begins to run out of control.




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