Solving climate change from the top down and bottom up

01/29/2013 | Reuters · PBS · Responding to Climate Change (U.K.)

The World Economic Forum in Davos has released multiple reports highlighting the need to address climate change. While Davos, United Nations conferences and similar events can set the agenda, they need to be complemented by "bottom up" strategies, says Richard Samans of the Global Green Growth Institute. "What I'm talking about as a bottom-up response is having specific sectors meet performance standards where it makes the most difference, like power plants. Or do things with land use that sucks carbon out of the atmosphere," he says.

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