UK's King to launch clean-tech fund

David King, formerly the chief scientific adviser to the UK government

David King, formerly the chief scientific adviser to the UK government

The UK’s former chief scientist David King has unveiled ambitious plans to launch a $10bn a year global clean-tech fund on a par with the Apollo moon-landing programme at this month’s UN climate change summit of world leaders in New York.

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