Clean technology lies at the heart of global climate talks. Poor nations need it to grow in a climate-friendly way and adapt to the ravages of climate change. But controversy surrounds clean technology — the science, funding, ownership and more.
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Climate Innovation Centers can promote clean technologies but need backing with a coordinated effort, says policy specialist Ambuj Sagar.
The launch of a discussion website about the Rio+20 agenda raises questions about effective management for a successful outcome.
Six key issues threaten the promise of climate finance made to the developing world at UN climate talks in Copenhagen.
11 February 2010
Source: International Institute for Environment and Development
A new ground study confirms a trend in tiny polluting particles rising over India.
18 April 2013
Instead of waiting for tardy technology transfer, developing countries should develop their own climate adaptation technologies, a seminar heard.
6 November 2012
Background information for journalists about the Copenhagen climate change summit, along with potential sticking points and outcomes.