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The Kenyan government has announced that it will set up a $2 billion revolving fund to lend to those investing in green electricity generating projects.
The Chinese government has unveiled firm targets for curbing its carbon footprint for the first time, and it confirmed that China will be represented by the Prime Minister, Wen Jiabao at the Copenhagen climate talks.
The Australian government has faced opposition from within Parliament to its proposed carbon emissions trading laws.
Consultants Frost & Sullivan say that the South African government should raise electricity tariffs to a level that will allow Eskom and independent power producers to operate.