The Verge is reporting that NASA has released an update to its planetary protection plan that will provide more details about the agency’s plans to protect the “good-of-life” of the planet from catastrophic climate change.
The plan, released on Wednesday, is the first step in the US space agency’s plan to limit the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) that reaches Earth’s atmosphere from the fossil fuel industry.
The agency will also consider an updated plan for the Earth’s oceans.
The announcement comes after NASA was rocked by allegations that it has a climate policy that lacks a firm plan for limiting the amount and speed of CO2 that reaches the planet’s atmosphere.
The new document, which was released at a briefing hosted by the US National Academies, is expected to address concerns over NASA’s plans.
It was first reported by Motherboard.
According to the document, the US government will focus on two key areas of focus: limiting CO2 emissions from the power sector and limiting carbon emissions from industry and agriculture.
The document is expected as a way to encourage more collaboration between the US and international scientific communities, as well as the private sector to tackle climate change, which scientists say is causing an increase in the frequency and severity of extreme weather events.
NASA’s Office of Planetary Protection will be responsible for overseeing a broad range of US planetary protection actions.
It is not yet clear how NASA plans to deal with the impacts of climate change on the planet.
It has not yet issued any guidance to the public on how to mitigate the effects of climate disruption, including how to protect human lives and property.
The decision to release the document came after the American Meteorological Society (AMS) said it would release a report this year detailing the impacts and impacts of CO 2 emissions from power plants.
The AMS has said that while CO 2 has been found to be a greenhouse gas, the report will focus mainly on the effects it has on the climate system.