MPs demand end to World Bank's coal funding

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Environmental Audit Committee report recommends UK withhold World Bank funding if it continues to back unabated coal-fired power plants

The Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) of MPs has today called on the government to cancel funding to the World Bank unless it immediately moves to end the financing of unabated coal-fired power stations...

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