Smithsonian Magazine
| by Maya Wei-Haas

Charles A. Dana Professor of Science, Technology, and Society James Fleming is quoted in an Oct. 18 Smithsonian.com article about the new doomsday thriller Geostorm, in which advanced satellite technology is used to control the weather through geoengineering. “‘Engineering’ is too precise to call the speculation that is going on,” says Fleming, who was part of a 2015 meeting of the National Academies of Sciences that proposed  “these technologies be grouped under the category ‘climate intervention’ rather than ‘geoengineering’ to more accurately characterize their limitations,” the article reports.

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