In recent years climate change has become more pronounced as the warming has led to higher temperature and shifting weather patterns. Geoengineering has come to the forefront because the effort to curb climate change though emission restriction has failed. This led to scientists looking for a plan b for global warming. This ended in the solutions of solar radiation management and carbon capture and storage. These solutions are techno-fixes for climate change. This is because they are new technologies designed to fix the problem of climate change, but these solutions will probably fail because they do not treat the source of the problems which are emissions of greenhouse gases. This led to the fact that geoengineering will most likely not be a solution for climate change. This is for a few reasons. First without a corresponding drop in emissions while implementing the geoengineering solutions they will just mask the extent of the damage that is being done to the globe. Another reason is that the geoengineering solutions could do much more harm than good. Geoengineering solutions would most likely mess with the climates around the globe while being implemented which could bring droughts and famines. This is because the global climate is a complex system and even a slight change could end up with disastrous consequences.