Green economy needs two per cent of every nation's income, says UN

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Global green investment drive 'would pay off in terms of jobs, cleaner air and energy use'

The United Nations will today call for two per cent of worldwide income to be invested in the green economy, a move it says would boost jobs and economic growth. The call is expected to be matched by...

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