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There are three broad paths to establishing supranational democracy in order to address the transnational challenge of climate change. The first and most direct path would involve bypassing national governments altogether and organizing municipalities on a global scale. The second and most cautious path would involve creating an integrated federation of established democracies that could grow over time. The third and most ambitious path would involve democratizing already existing global institutions such as the United Nations. Each of these paths has benefits and drawbacks, but the middle path of pursuing greater political integration among established democracies is probably the most viable.
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- Climate Change and the Future of Democracy
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