Sulphate particles, which are released during the combustion of fossil fuels and volcanic explosions, help to cool the planet by reflecting solar radiation back into space. According to Crutzen’s research further cooling could be engineered by sending balloons, laden with sulphate particles into the stratosphere, and using artillery guns to release it.
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