Bill Gates Environment Global warming Microsoft: Dim the sun to reduce global warming: Bill Gates’ plan | International

The project launched by scientists from Harvard University and Funded by the Microsoft founder Bill Gates, seeks to shed tons of non-toxic calcium carbonate powder to the atmosphere to dim sunlight and counteract the effects of solar heating.

He Stratospheric Controlled Disturbance Experiment (SCoPEx) raises throwing this calcium carbonate powder by means of balloons to have a greater control of the location where the particles are thrown.

While similar geoengineering projects have stalled in previous years in the face of possible risks that could cause large-scale, it is expected that in June of this year the tests of these balloons will begin in the city of Kiruna in Sweden.

Once the maneuverability of the equipment has been reviewed, the next experimental phase, which involves release a small amount of the compound.

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