Future of the Environment

Fighting climate change could add $26 trillion to the global economy by 2030

Sunlight is reflected off a LED display combined with China's first photovoltaic system integrated into a glass wall with solar technology outside a hotel in Beijing in this picture taken July 7, 2010. Solar companies, once prized for their astronomical growth prospects, have come under scrutiny by U.S. regulators for alleged accounting irregularities, sparking fears that more cases could start to surface in the months ahead. Picture taken July 7, 2010. To match Analysis SOLAR-ACCOUNTING/     REUTERS/Bobby Yip   (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)

Smarter investments in cleaner energy, cities, food and land use, water and industry could generate 65 million new jobs by 2030. Image: REUTERS/Bobby Yip

Alister Doyle
Nina Chestney
Reporter, Reuters
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