Gt - FL USA
Note: This is the english form of the article "¿Que dicen tus periódicos sobre la geoingeniería?
“Typically, surveys of public opinion find that less than 5 % of respondents claim any substantive knowledge about the issue, although a somewhat higher number are able to offer a broadly accurate definition of the term ‘climate engineering’ (Mercer et al. 2011).”
From: Like artificial trees? The effect of framing by natural analogy on public perceptions of geoengineeringAdam Corner & Nick Pidgeon (May 2014) 
16:20 pm May 21, 2014 Update-
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Thus, even though no single technology has been scientifically proven to be safe and feasible, climate engineering has moved from the realm of science fiction to concrete political, academic and economic considerations.“Climate engineering thus warrants attention from Pacific island and other states for two reasons. First, given the possible severity of climate impacts, a sober and serious consideration is needed regarding the potentials, limits and risks of climate engineering. Second – and perhaps more importantly – to be informed and able to make sound decisions should the Pacific island states be approached by governments, business people, activists, or others (including scientists in search of research platforms) with regard to the topic.”
Workshop Report - Perspectives on Climate Engineering from Pacific Small Island States