The Clean Air Initiative (CAI) advances innovative ways to improve air quality in cities by sharing knowledge and experiences through partnerships in selected regions of the world.
|Reducing Air Pollution from Urban Transport (Companion Report)|
This document is an abridged version of a longer report that was commissioned by the Air Quality Thematic Group of the World Bank, comprising specialists from the environment, transport, and energy sectors. The full report (Gwilliam and others 2004) has been approved by the Environment, Transport, and Energy and Mining Sector Boards of the World Bank.
|[English] I-CE Newsletter|
Global: Interface for Cycling Expertise. May 2005. No. 2
|[English] Community Development Carbon Fund Gets Unexpected Boost; Public & Private Partners Invest $128 Million |
Global: WASHINGTON, March 1, 2005. Less than 18 months since its inception,the World Bank Community Development Carbon Fund (CDCF) today announced that 25 public/private participants closed the first round of financial commitments at $128 million—far beyond the original $100 million projected target. The beneficiaries will be the poorest countries on the planet, which until now have been by-passed by the emerging carbon emissions trading market.
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