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Kyoto’s CDM reaches 500th registered project

The CDM is designed to stimulate sustainable development by allowing countries with commitments under the Kyoto Protocol to fulfil part of their commitments by investing in emission-reducing projects in developing countries. The 499th project, for example, was a rural electrification project in Uganda financed by the World Bank’s Prototype Carbon Fund and involving Finland and the Netherlands.

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