The flow of finance to developing countries through the Kyoto protocol's clean development mechanism (CDM) must be hugely increased to help them cut emissions further, participants at a conference on the subject agreed in Brussels on Monday.
Organised by a coalition of NGOs, the meeting assembled public and private sector stakeholders to debate the future of the CDM, which is likely to be reformed and enhanced in a future world climate policy.
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