Explore geoengineering's most interesting strategies with Slate's interactive guide.

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Sept. 24 2010 6:37 PM

Choose Your Own Geohack

Explore geoengineering's most interesting strategies with Slate's interactive guide.

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This piece arises from Future Tense, a collaboration among Arizona State University, the New America Foundation, and Slate. A Future Tense conference on geoengineering will be held at the New America Foundation on Monday, Sept. 27. (For more information, please visit the   NAF Web site.) Read more of   Slate's special issue on geoengineering.

Schemes to mitigate or reverse climate change by "hacking the planet" range from the proven to the fantastical, from the careful to the downright imprudent. To help you get a handle on what's been proposed so far, Slate presents an interactive exploration of the most-discussed forms of geoengineering.

The following interactive is best viewed in browsers that support HTML5, including recent versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Opera, as well as Internet Explorer 9.

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