What does Durban mean for green investment?

With negotiations for a new climate deal starting next year, we look at some of the key questions low-carbon energy investors should be asking.

LONDON (Reuters) - Over 190 countries secured a last-ditch deal on Sunday to save the planet from global warming, which should legally bind developed and developing countries to greenhouse gas emissions cuts.

Negotiations for the new deal will start next year, and it should be signed by 2015 at the latest, but the commitments will not take effect until after 2020.

Below are key questions for low-carbon energy investors.

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