Climate financing: mostly loans, not grants

When Environment Minister Jim Prentice announced Canada's $400 million contribution for 2010-11 to the Copenhagen-agreed climate financing fund just two days before the beginning of the G8 summit in Muskoka, environmental and development groups alike agreed this was indeed Canada's "fair-share."

Anca Gurzu
Published: Wednesday, 10/13/2010 12:00 am EDT

When Environment Minister Jim Prentice announced Canada's $400 million contribution for 2010-11 to the Copenhagen-agreed climate financing fund just two days before the beginning of the G8 summit in Muskoka, environmental and development groups alike agreed this was indeed Canada's "fair-share."

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