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Engineering A Cooler Climate, Robo-Roaches, Anoushka Shankar

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Engineering A Cooler Climate, Robo-Roaches, Anoushka Shankar

Engineering A Cooler Climate, Robo-Roaches, Anoushka Shankar

Engineering A Cooler Climate, Robo-Roaches, Anoushka Shankar

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Anoushka Shankar's new album, Traces of You, comes out Tuesday. Harper Smith/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Anoushka Shankar's new album, Traces of You, comes out Tuesday.

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In this weekend's podcast of All Things Considered, host Arun Rath investigates the controversial practice of engineering the planet's climate with man-made chemicals. Plus, music from Anoushka Shankar and Norah Jones.

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