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Spanish Carbon Fund
The Spanish Carbon Fund was created in 2004 in an agreement between the Ministries of Environment and Economy of Spain and the World Bank. This fund was established to purchase greenhouse gas emission reductions from projects developed under the Kyoto Protocol to mitigate climate change while promoting the use of cleaner technologies and sustainable development in developing countries and countries with economies in transition. The Fund has a total capital of $278.6 million.

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