Scientists have devised a plan to refreeze the melting ice at the poles which melts due to climatic change.
In a new study, experts say that with the help of high-flying aircraft, microscopic aerosol particles can be thrown into the polar atmosphere from 60 degrees of latitude.
According to a new study, small aerosol particles can be blasted into the arctic atmosphere from 60 degrees latitude using high-flying aircraft.
Scientists believe that if these aerosols are launched from 43,000 feet, they will eventually move to the surface and form a layer. This extra layer will refreeze the melting poles, adding to the problem of melting glaciers and increasing sea levels. According to scientists, the technique will reduce the climate change effect by sending solar radiation back into space.
The project which is named stratospheric aerosol injection will be costly up to $11 billion a year, but still, it will not expensive as the other approaches to climate change.
The project has been published in a new study in the journal named Environmental Communication which was conducted under the guidance of Wake Smith of Yale University, USA.