BALI (Reuters) - Climate talks launched in Bali on Monday
must assure investors of future government backing for
climate-friendly energy and building projects, said the host of
the meeting, Indonesia's Environment Minister Rachmat Witoelar.
The talks in Bali, attended by some 190 countries, will try
and lay the foundations for a new climate change deal in time
to replace or extend the Kyoto Protocol from 2013.
A key challenge will be to entice business to invest in
cuts in greenhouse gas emissions and prepare for climate
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