According to scientists, sulphur dioxide aerosol might be sprayed by tanker aircraft above Earth's poles in the upper atmosphere to aid with refreeze.
According to the analysis, it would cost around $11 billion a year to chill the Earth's poles by about 2 degrees Celsius.
This plan, however, has hazards and is only a Band-Aid for the problem of climate change.
Scientists are coming up with fresh ideas for bringing the temperature of the Earth under control in the face of the mounting threat posed by global warming.
The most recent entry is a proposal that asks for high-altitude tanker planes to spray aerosol particles across Earth's subpolar regions.
This proposal was published in Environmental Research Communications. They would assist in deflecting incoming solar energy once in situ.