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While global warming is accepted as the scientific consensus and {{WP|climate change skeptics}} are a very small minority of scientists, there is more disagreement over the best solutions. For example, the role of [[nuclear energy]] and the relative importance of climate change as opposed to directly addressing poverty are open to debate.<ref>{{WP|Bjorn Lomborg}}
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Critical analysis of technologies and strategies are important, though of course each side of an argument can have its own bias.
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Such contrarian viewpoints and critical analysis can be found at:
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*[http://www.reason.org/airquality/index.shtml The Reason Foundation]
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Contrarian views

While global warming is accepted as the scientific consensus and climate change skepticsDEPRECATED TEMPLATE - PLEASE USE {{W}} INSTEAD. are a very small minority of scientists, there is more disagreement over the best solutions. For example, the role of nuclear energy and the relative importance of climate change as opposed to directly addressing poverty are open to debate.<ref>Bjorn LomborgDEPRECATED TEMPLATE - PLEASE USE {{W}} INSTEAD.

Critical analysis of technologies and strategies are important, though of course each side of an argument can have its own bias.

Such contrarian viewpoints and critical analysis can be found at:

Note: this is not an endorsement of arguments found at these websites. However, if a site is assessed in depth and found to be seriously inaccurate and misleading, it should be removed from this page, and the reasons given on the talk page (where the decision can be noted and reviewed by the Appropedia community).

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