International efforts to address climate change that focus on mitigation — the reduction of greenhouse gases — must include developing nations such as Brazil, China and India that are key contributors to emissions.
Climate Innovation Centers can promote clean technologies but need backing with a coordinated effort, says policy specialist Ambuj Sagar.
Journalists can help the developed world take responsibility for climate change by making it relevant to readers' lives, says David Dickson.
Scientists can help advance policies to promote agricultural practices that can reduce emissions and boost yields.
24 January 2012
Games can help people to see disaster risks and effects with their own eyes, helping them to engage with complex science, a conference hears.
23 May 2013
Nepal sees waste-to-energy projects as a way to meet energy demand and also manage waste.
3 May 2013
Tips for journalists reporting on issues surrounding the proposed scheme to pay developing countries to protect their forests.
16 December 2009
Source: Panos London
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