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Broadened Our Strategy

In 2002, CATF recognized that energy efficiency and renewables, such as wind and solar, might not on their own slow global warming at the rate needed to fend off the worst impacts of climate change. We began to pursue a deeper and broader strategy to address CO₂ and other greenhouse gas emissions from power generation, fossil fuel production, transportation, and industrial sources. This broadened strategy included technology advocacy for critical innovations in carbon capture and advanced nuclear energy.