With climate change at the forefront of many political discussions, many view geoengineering as a necessary complement to emissions reductions initiatives to combat this issue. Geoengineering, refers to a large-scale effort to modify the environment in order to mitigate the impacts of global climate change. Instances of geoengineering take many forms, ranging from Solar Radiation Management (diminishing the amount of solar radiation that reaches the earth’s surface) to Carbon Dioxide Removal (sequestering carbon from the atmosphere in geological formations or on the ocean floor). However, numerous scientists and policymakers voice opposition to expanded geoengineering research. Critics cite the potential hazards of worsening droughts and prompting large migration movements, as well as fear of creating a band aid for destructive environmental practices. Do you support expanded geoengineering research? Should geoengineering research take precedence over policy efforts to reduce emissions? How should geoengineering be tested or regulated?