The World Bank is working very hard to help emerging nations with their energy needs and they are working very hard to make sure that these emerging nations do not make the same mistake that the first world nations have made, in that they wish to help loan monies to these nations so they can build clean energy.In many emerging nations they derive energy, heat and power by burning animal crap and wood. However, there is not quite enough animal crap to go around and this is dangerous in that if emerging nations cut down all the older trees just make energy, then they will soon have no trees left and destroy their environment.
The World Bank has announced their plans and strategic goals to make sure that clean energy is used in these developing countries in emerging nations. World Bank as committed over $20 billion, which will be invested in these alternative energy programs in poor countries. The long-term goal includes an energy for all policy and initiative that would help the some half one billion people living in sub-Saharan Africa, who currently have no energy at all.The flow of energy is extremely important to these emerging nations to bring them into the first world and to give a better quality of life to those who currently go without.
The World Bank is also investing in research and development of these alternative energies in ways to bring them to market quickly to solve the energy dilemma that plagues mankind in these emerging nations. Consider all this in 2006.."Lance Winslow" - Online Think Tank forum board. If you have innovative thoughts and unique perspectives, come think with Lance; http://www.
By: Lance Winslow