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Financing Clean Energy : A Framework for Public-Private Partnerships to Address Climate Change

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C. Speeches by Paul Wolfowitz (2005-07)
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Wolfowitz, Paul
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2016-08-18T22:25:45Z
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2016-08-18T22:25:45Z
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2007-03-13
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Paul Wolfowitz, President of the World Bank, discussed how to meet the rising demand for energy while reducing our carbon footprint. Rich countries need to lead by example, renovating and replacing infrastructure and investing in clean technology. Rich countries also need to lead with direct support to developing nations, both to reduce poverty and reduce carbon emissions. Moving to a low carbon path will require investments, and a long-term equitable global regulatory framework to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The Bank has been actively supporting climate-friendly solutions in four areas: efficiency and conservation, renewable energy, forest preservation, and adaptation to climate change.
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/2016/02/25893959/financing-clean-energy-framework-public-private-partnerships-address-climate-change-london-paul-wolfowitz-world-bank-president
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http://hdl.handle.net/10986/24908
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English
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en_US
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Remarks in London, March 13, 2007;
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CC BY 3.0 IGO
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World Bank
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IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE
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POWER GRID
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ECONOMIC GROWTH
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FOSSIL FUELS
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FOREST MANAGEMENT
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GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS
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DISTRICT HEATING
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CARBON
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GENERATION
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RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
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CARBON PATH
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WIND
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CLEAN ENERGY
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EMISSIONS
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REVENUES
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CARBON MARKETS
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BIOGAS
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GREENHOUSE EMISSIONS
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GAS
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ETHANOL
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PRICE
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CLEANER
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EMISSION REDUCTIONS
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AIR
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GREENHOUSE GAS
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GAS FLARING REDUCTION
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FUEL CELLS
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CARBON FOOTPRINT
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CARBON NEUTRAL
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GENERATION CAPACITY
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LANDFILLS
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CO2
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OIL
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AIR POLLUTION
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DOUBLE DIVIDEND
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CARBON CAPTURE
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ENERGY SOURCES
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SOLAR PANELS
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FLOODS
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MONEY
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SMALL HYDROPOWER
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CAPACITY
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CONSUMPTION OF FOSSIL
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WATER
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LAND USE CHANGE
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CARBON ECONOMY
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CARBON FACILITY
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POLLUTION
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SEA LEVELS
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GAS EMISSIONS
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COAL RESERVES
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CARBON FINANCE
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FUELS
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OIL PRODUCING COUNTRIES
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EFFICIENCY
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CARBON EMISSIONS
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OIL PRODUCING
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GASIFICATION
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LAND USE
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RESOURCES
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FOREST CARBON
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INDUSTRIAL GASES
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ENERGY CONSUMPTION
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EMISSION
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ACCESS TO ENERGY
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GREENHOUSE
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EFFICIENT EQUIPMENT
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LEAD
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HEAT
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CLIMATE CHANGE
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BIO-ENERGY
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CARBON TRADING
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ENERGY EFFICIENT EQUIPMENT
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UTILITIES
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DEMAND FOR ENERGY
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ENERGY NEEDS
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POWER
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ELECTRICITY
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GAS FLARING
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DEFORESTATION
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CLIMATE
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FORESTS
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CHANGES IN CLIMATE
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HYDROPOWER
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FOSSIL FUEL
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EXPENDITURES
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FOREST
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CO
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ENVIRONMENT
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GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT
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ENERGY EFFICIENCY
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ENERGY DEMAND
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ETHANOL PLANT
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TRADE
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NATURAL GAS
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LAND
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INVESTMENT
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COMMERCIAL BANKS
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CARBON INTENSITY
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CONSERVATION
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COAL
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FUEL
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CARBON MARKET
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LESS
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CLEAN TECHNOLOGY
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LOW-CARBON
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INVESTMENTS
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METHANE
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SILVER
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RENEWABLE ENERGY
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ENVIRONMENTAL
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GASES
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FOSSIL
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POWER PLANT
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NEGATIVE IMPACTS
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ECONOMIES
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PRODUCTION PROCESSES
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ENERGY
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Financing Clean Energy
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Financiamiento de la energía limpia: marco para que las asociaciones público-privadas aborden el cambio climático, Londres
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A Framework for Public-Private Partnerships to Address Climate Change
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Speech
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2016-02-11
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Environment :: Climate Change Mitigation and Green House Gases
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Environment :: Environmental Economics & Policies
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Environment :: Adaptation to Climate Change
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Energy :: Energy Conservation & Efficiency
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Environment :: Forests and Forestry
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Office of the President (EXC)

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