Just how excited can one get by the latest round of international talks on climate change? This one is focused on business, specifically energy investment:

A new report by the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change says additional investments of about $210 billion a year will be needed – mostly in the developing world – to maintain greenhouse gas emissions at their current levels until 2030.

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“If the funding available … remains at its current level and continues to rely mainly on voluntary contributions, it will not be sufficient,” the report warns.

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