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Dec 12 '13
Groups Challenge World Bank Funding of Destructive Mega-Dams
As the World Bank makes an effort to raise billions of dollars from donor governments for itsInternational Development Association (IDA) fund, civil society groups are calling on governments to shift support for energy projects from the Bank to institutions that prioritize clean, local energy sources for the poor.
The World Bank is asking donor governments to replenish the IDA—its fund for the poorest countries—at a meeting in Moscow, Russia, on Dec. 16-17. The Bank plans to finance a new generation of controversial, destructive mega-dams …
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Groups Challenge World Bank Funding of Destructive Mega-Dams

As the World Bank makes an effort to raise billions of dollars from donor governments for itsInternational Development Association (IDA) fund, civil society groups are calling on governments to shift support for energy projects from the Bank to institutions that prioritize clean, local energy sources for the poor.

The World Bank is asking donor governments to replenish the IDA—its fund for the poorest countries—at a meeting in Moscow, Russia, on Dec. 16-17. The Bank plans to finance a new generation of controversial, destructive mega-dams …

SEE MORE:

http://ecowatch.com/2013/12/12/challenge-world-bank-funding-of-mega-dams/

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