Eli Kintisch
Eli Kintisch

Science reporter Eli Kintisch's book, Hack the Planet: Science's Best Hope—or Worst Nightmare—for Averting Climate Catastrophe, was published in April.

Future Tense
Sept. 24 2010 10:13 AMThe Politics of Climate ControlWhat will happen when geoengineering comes to Washington?
Green Room
Jan. 28 2010 5:53 PMThe Earth TrialsCan we test our geoengineering schemes before we have to use them?
Climate Desk
April 22 2010 9:41 AMMother Earth Has a FeverShould geoengineering tests be governed by the principles of medical ethics?
Green Room
April 29 2009 4:51 PMThe Politics of Climate HackingWhat happens if one country decides to start geoengineering on its own?
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Hang Up And Listen
Dec. 1 2015 3:21 PM The “Violating His Amateur Status” Bonus Segment The Hang Up and Listen hosts cover speedcubing—from the algorithms of Rubik’s Cubes to the sport’s record-breaking competitors.