Australia, despite being the worldwide ‘leader’ in per capita CO2 emissions, seems to be working hard to drop that title and become a clean energy leader. As more indication of that, its political leaders recently passed an important clean energy financing bill.
“Australia Government’s Senate has passed the Clean Energy Finance Corporation Bill 2012 as the first step to the establishment of the $ 10 billion Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC),” Climate Connect writes.
For more on this story, check out the Climate Connect link above, or head on over to the Australian Parliament page on Clean Energy Finance Corporation Bill 2012.
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