Your question is malformed, since you assume that an individual can have “solutions”. Do you understand what I’m trying to say? I don’t think you do.
A brain of an individual is limited. I can’t have a solution to a global phenomenon, which is only a problem for certain context and not other.
I can think of all sorts of “solutions”, but what are we really solving? It’s like asking someone how to drain an ocean by 10ft. There’s no reliable human scheme that can accomplish that. It’s a massive task. People don’t understand how massive of a task managing composition of atmosphere is, when you consider ocean CO2, and other factors that contribute to climate change that are cyclical and can’t be stopped.
Some “solutions” may actually result in bigger problems. Spraying aluminum dust in the atmosphere, for example, may lead to larger unforseen ecological catastrophes if we end up drinking and breathing these particles.
So, asking for solutions from a guy on the internet and faulting him for not proposing anything … like everyone has to have a list ready…
Is incredibly ignorant. It’s a project for specialized institutions that can model problems and understand impact of any solution as worthy or irrelevant. It’s a job of immense responsibility to balance existing needs and problems, and see whether these needs have to be neglected to prevent imagined and modeled catastrophe… especially given that past models and predictions were exaggerated.
It’s not your job, and it’s certainly not mine.