I congratulate the NY Times for printing an article about how to fight global warming via geoengineering.
In other words, global warming isn't the irrevocable disaster that anti-fossil fuel advocates make it out to be, but is correctible via engineering projects designed to either (1) reflect heat back into space; or (2) absorb CO2 from the atmosphere, such as by fertilizing ocean areas with iron to encourage algea growth.
The rapid industrialization of India and China, with a combined population of more than 2 billion, makes political solutions to limit fossil fuel use seem extremely unlikely. Mankind won't rest until every ounce of fossil fuel located on the planet has been converted to energy. Geoengineering, therefore, requires serious study.