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We've all heard about lots of potential partial solutions to the climate change problem. Cap and trade legislation is one. Household-level energy conservation is another. A switch from fossil-fuel-fired electricity to renewable electricity is another.
But those are the well known potential solutions.
What about the less-talked-about, weirder, more radical potential solutions? Painting all the roofs in the world white, for example? Or manufacturing clouds?
National Geographic Daily News posted a text-supported photo gallery on Wednesday that highlights seven unexpected ways we could prevent or mitigate climate change.
We highly recommend it.