China’s climate policies imply a price tag on pollution 8x higher than that of Australia’s. In 2009, clean energy investment in China reached $35 billion compared with $18 billion in the U.S. and less than $1 billion ...
Investment in clean energy in the UK reached US $11 billion in 2009. >> The Climate Institute
The UK and China are leading the way in the clean energy race, with an implicit carbon price of $29.30 (US) and $14.20 respectively, compared with $5.10 in the USA and $1.70 in Australia. >> The Climate Institute
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