I recently wrote an article about the ethics of geoengineering and geotherapy (https://remineralize.org/2017/02/the-ethics-of-climate-change-geoengineering-and-geotherapy/), and I would like to open discussion of the issue to everyone. My background is mostly in philosophy, and I drew upon a lot of philosophy in the article. It would be good to have other perspectives, since many of the ethical issues depend on facts relating to the sciences, engineering, economics, politics, agriculture, and more. It is important to be clear not only about what works and what is feasible as a response to climate change, but also about what is ethically acceptable.
Thanks in advance for your comments.