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[[Image:World climate graphic.jpg|right|200px]]This portal is part of a project coordinated with the [http://www.thepeoplespeak.org/activities/global-debates/october-2008-topic.html United Nations Foundation's The People Speak Global Debates] to outline the pros and cons of the major approaches to solving climate change and fostering a renewable energy economy. The articles below serve to inform the public and decision-makers about the comparative benefits and costs of each approach, helping to instruct policy and funding priorities. [[Image:World climate graphic.jpg|right|200px]]This portal is part of a project coordinated with the [http://www.thepeoplespeak.org/activities/global-debates/october-2008-topic.html United Nations Foundation's The People Speak Global Debates] to outline the pros and cons of the major approaches to solving climate change and fostering a renewable energy economy. The articles below serve to inform the public and decision-makers about the comparative benefits and costs of each approach, helping to instruct policy and funding priorities.
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This portal is part of a project coordinated with the United Nations Foundation's The People Speak Global Debates to outline the pros and cons of the major approaches to solving climate change and fostering a renewable energy economy. The articles below serve to inform the public and decision-makers about the comparative benefits and costs of each approach, helping to instruct policy and funding priorities.

Renewable energy technologies

Future hydrocarbons

Clean transportation approaches

Market and regulatory approaches

Geoengineering approaches

International treaties

Climate change itself

Articles under development

See also

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