Mexico has cracked down on chemtrails and experiments in solar geoengineering after a rogue startup company attempted to dim the sun to fight climate change.
The controversial proposed climate solution, in which aerosol particles are released into the upper atmosphere to reflect the Sun’s heat, will no longer be allowed to take place in the country, the Mexican Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (Semarnat) announced last week.
This is an interesting development because until recently the official narrative claimed that chemtrails and other forms of geoengineering were “conspiracy theories.” Chalk this one up as another victory for so-called conspiracy theorists.
In Mexico, both large-scale and in-development projects involving solar engineering are to be halted, via coordination between the Mexican environment ministry and the country’s National Council of Science and Technology, the news statement noted. The goal of the new policy is to “protect communities and environments.”