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Webinar - Carbon Led Investing

Thursday, February 12, 2009
USD64 billion CO2 market in 2007 (2008 est. at USD90 bn) but could be USD3 trillion commodity market opportunity by 2020.

A SQUARE :: 12Feb09 Webinar - Carbon Led Investing
Category Carbon
Author Sona Blessing
" Over 80 carbon private equity funds running over USD13 bn
3 carbon hedge fund strategies - minimum of one year lock up
... tracking 98 green hedge funds in carbon, cleantech, renewables, water, weather derivatives and forestry through ..."
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