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Italian Carbon Fund
In fall 2003, the World Bank entered into an agreement with the Ministry for the Environment and Territory of Italy to create a fund to purchase greenhouse gas emission reductions from projects in developing countries and countries with economies in transition that may be recognized under such mechanisms as the Kyoto Protocol's CDM and JI. The Fund is open to the participation of Italian private and public sector entities and has a total capital of $155.6 million.

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