Carbon cutting projects to qualify for UN-backed interest-free loans

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UNFCCC unveils scheme to help fund green projects in the world's least developed countries

Interest-free loans are to be made available for carbon-cutting projects in some of the world's least developed countries under a pioneering new UN scheme. The loans will be made available to support...

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