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Bill Gates is a big believer in the ideaA that humanity is making progress on some of its biggest problems. In his most recent Gates Notes post, he lays out his ideas for innovations that could help the world "avoid the worst climate-change scenarios while also lifting people out of poverty, growing food more efficiently, and saving lives by reducing pollution." Check them out below.
The world spends billions of dollars each year on clean-energy research, but it's not even close to enough to get us out of our climate mess. Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates will launch a multi-billion-dollar clean energy research and development initiative with heads of state on Monday, the opening day of the UN climate change summit in Paris, the French government said Friday. Gates and a group of developing and developed countries will launch the Clean Tech Initiative, in which countries will commit to doubling their clean energy technology research and development budgets by 2020 and private investors will boost their own investments in the sector. Access to clean energy technology will play a key role in a global agreement to combat climate change.

Gates will join Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, US President Barack Obama and French President Francois Hollande to announce the initiative on the opening day of the two-week summit, according to an agenda released Friday. For India, the world’s third largest greenhouse gas emitter, access to clean energy technology is at the core of its national strategy to combat climate change.
India has argued that developed countries need to help poorer countries gain access to renewable energy or zero-emission technologies by helping reduce costs and removing barriers such as intellectual property rights.
On the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in September, Gates attended a bilateral meeting focused on climate change between Hollande and Modi. The French presidency source said India will be one of the founding beneficiaries of the new initiative. He said accelerating government funding for clean energy research and development is crucial to attracting private investment.

But until recently, he hasn't spoken much about the issue that could make poverty, disease, and violence far worse than they are today: climate change. Gates believes that governments should take the initiative on this, offering extensive funding for basic research. More than 190 countries will negotiate a new pact in Paris from November 30 to December 11 at the 21st UN Conference of the Parties summit.

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