2009-Monsanto backed scientist recommend geoengineering to UK Royal Society
2010- Monsanto backed scientist recommend geoengineering to United Nations-
Thematic Focus: Climate Change, Environmental Governance
Geoengineering to Combat Global Warming
Oxford University Geoengineering program-since 2010
Executive Order — Preparing the United States for the Impacts of Climate Change
A Luxury Travel Company Promises A Perfect, Rain Free Wedding Day For $100,000
2009 Popular Science- China’s Weather Manipulation Brings Crippling Snowstorm to Beijing
Chinese scientists create second artificial snowstorm in Beijing
Billy Corgan of The Smashing Pumpkins Talks Chemtrails on Stage
Russian appeal of ‘weather control’
The Russian government has used rain prevention methods since Soviet times, seeding clouds for major celebrations three times a year – Victory Day, City Day and, more recently, Russia Day.
There are also private companies that for some $6,000 per hour say they can guarantee sunshine on your wedding day – or for any other private party.
Geoengineering Moscow Mayor Promises No Snow This Winter
A Russian mayor wants to expand cloud seeding to preventing snow in Moscow- Popular Science
Cement Chunk Falls From the Sky
The Russian Air Force, during a mission to clear the skies of potentially rain-filled clouds, dropped a mixture of silver iodide, liquid nitrogen and cement powder in an attempt to seed the clouds. This form of climate modification is common practice in Russia, when attempting to engineer dry days on public holidays and special events in Moscow. However, during the cloud seeding operation last week, cement dropped from one of the aircraft failed to fragment when falling through the air, falling as a solid mass, crashing through the roof of a Moscow suburban home
China- A Luxury Travel Company Promises A Perfect, Rain Free Wedding Day For $100,000
For $100,000, This Company Will Guarantee You a Rain-Free Wedding
China’s Rain-Free Olympics Plan Met With Skepticism
National Geographic News
UK- The SPICE Project
SPICE (Stratospheric Particle Injection for Climate Engineering) is an EPSRC, NERC and STFC co-funded 3½ year collaboration between the University of Bristol, the University of Cambridge, the University of Oxford and the University of Edinburgh which began in October 2010.
The SPICE project is investigating the effectiveness of Solar Radiation Management (SRM). SRM involves offsetting the effects of greenhouse gas increases by causing the Earth to absorb less radiation from the Sun.
LGBTQ protesters hold ‘dance party’ in front of Ivanka Trump’s home
On Saturday, LGBTQ activists hosted the event, dubbed the Queer Dance Party for Climate Justice
China Is Splashing $168 Million to Make It Rain
China, the world’s second largest economy, is pouring 1.5 billion yuan ($168 million) into a program aimed at making it rain in its usually arid northwestern region.
Could cloud seeding help with California’s drought?
The DPW has paid a half million dollars to a cloud seeding contractor promising to make more rain.
April 3rd, 2016- San Francisco Pilots ‘seed’ clouds, fighting the drought from the sky
Thurston jokes that he’s responsible for all the snow clinging thick to the distant peaks. But as an employee of Weather Modification Inc., which is based in North Dakota, what he says is not entirely untrue.
Efforts to make snow and rain virtually out of thin air were once the realm of science fiction. But after four historically dry years in California, the practice has been on the uptick.
“Some people used to think of it as smoke and mirrors,” said Jason Carkeet, a utility analyst for the Turlock Irrigation District who hired the cloud-seeding company at the Modesto airport. “But it seems to have gained more acceptance. There are fewer and fewer districts that don’t have a program.”
Relentless Drought Compels China to Boost Cloud Seeding Despite Doubts about its Efficacy
Gripped by a raging drought, China is increasing the intensity of its already massive cloud seeding campaign to produce more rain despite new evidence this course of actions does the environment more harm than good.
China is in talks with India to provide cloud seeding training
What Is Geoengineering and Why Is It Considered a Climate Change Solution?
Some scientists are calling for more study of technological interventions to forestall catastrophic global warming. Why?
Buffering the Sun
David Keith and the question of climate engineering
Geoengineering the Climate System
A Policy Statement of the American Meteorological Society
Popular Science- Climate-Fixing Scheme To Seed The Seas With Iron May Not Work
The eruption of Eyjafjallajökull gave scientists a chance to test a high-stakes geoengineering idea.
Popular Science- Rogue Geoengineer Dumps 100 Tons Of Iron Off Canada’s West Coast
Geoengineering is always controversial, but it’s even more controversial when you don’t tell anyone first.