According to the World Development Movement, some pounds 383m from the UK's Environmental Transformation Fund is being put into the Clean Technology Fund launched by the G8 in Hokkaido, Japan, last year.
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According to the World Development Movement, some pounds 383m from the UK's Environmental Transformation Fund is being put into the Clean Technology Fund.
That's why we're ploughing hundreds of millions of pounds into supporting energy R&D, and why the new Environmental Transformation Fund is up and running providing business with some £400 million of funding to demonstrate innovative and energy efficient technologies.
The UK environmental transformation fund was announced by the prime minister to international acclaim in November 2007, and was widely expected to be made in direct grants to countries experiencing extreme droughts, storms and sea level rise associated with climate change.
pounds 800 million for Environmental Transformation Fund .
To help meet pledges on international poverty reduction through environmental protection, the Chancellor announced pounds 800m to the Environmental Transformation Fund.
The scheme, backed by up to £10m from the government's environmental transformation fund, will also target properties which use gas or oil for heating and action outside the homes including efficient street lighting and community energy projects.
To help meet pledges on international poverty reduction through environmental protection, the Chancellor announced pounds 800 million to the Environmental Transformation Fund, jointly run by the Secretaries for International Development and the Environment.