Hairy Soya Plants Combat Global Warming, States UC Irvine Researchers

UC Irvine researcher Christopher Doughty and a team of colleagues created models for soya plants. They discovered that harrier plants may be better when it comes to geo-engineering.
Geo-engineering is the process in which plants are grown to bounce sunlight back into space, in an effort to combat global warming. Although this is not a new process, the technique has often garnered criticism due to its tendency to reduce rainfall along the area where geo-engineering is practiced most