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Debate 2.0: Should air conditioning become uncool?
Considering the economic, environmental and social costs, why are we not questioning the global boom in air conditioner use?
Debate 2.0: Should junk food be illegal?
Heavy corporate marketing of “unhealthy commodities” like soda pop helps spread health problems worldwide. But are anti-junk food laws intrusive?
Debate 2.0: Shark fin or sharks finished?
Do you think a blanket ban on harvesting shark fins can be considered culturally insensitive?
Debate 2.0: Is a climate governance overhaul possible?
A group of experts say the world needs a reform of international governance like what followed WWII.
Debate 2.0: Can creating a green economy redeem the 1%?
Might the Occupy Wall Street public sentiment convince big investors to back clean energy and low-carbon tech?
Debate 2.0: How can green technology transfer be encouraged?
Can the world collectively develop essential green technologies for a sustainable future?
Debate 2.0: Can sustainability and resilience be tweeted?
In his new monthly column Sustainable Planet, Jacob Park asks if social media can have long-term impacts on global environmental and social governance.
Debate 2.0: Did nature press the reset button on energy policy?
Has Japan's nuclear accident changed your thinking about energy and how it relates to your life and expectations for the future?
Debate 2.0: WWF’s new unprintable file format
World Wildlife Fund's launch of a .wwf format raises a number of issues. Do you think it's genius, insulting or just dumb?
Debate 2.0: To nuclear or not to nuclear
To wrap up Nuclear Week, we want to hear from readers. In today's climate changing, oil peaking world, how do you think this controversial energy source stacks up?
Debate 2.0: Is sustainable development still relevant?
As we approach its 25th birthday, it seems this complex concept needs rethinking. Do you agree?
Debate 2.0: Do we still care about climate change?
Have your say on whether the world's urgency to deal with climate change has lessened.
Debate 2.0: Paying Ecuador to leave oil underground?
Ecuador will forgo drilling to protect rainforest peoples and species. Should rich nations compensate for this sacrifice?
Debate 2.0: Will you eat the last bluefin tuna?
The world loves the taste of bluefin tuna to death, literally. But what can, or should you do to save the bluefin tuna?
Debate 2.0: Can corporations save the world?
Do you think corporations are the source of world environmental problems or can they drive human behaviour towards sustainability?
Debate 2.0: How can social media save the planet?
Our World 2.0 will share your views on how social media can save the planet with participants at the 2010 Global Media Forum in Bonn.
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