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British city launches innovative fund to tackle climate change, poverty
by Sarah Shearman
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
10 October 2019
On 10 October 2019 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
The mayor one of Britain's largest cities has launched an innovative fund aimed at tackling social and environmental problems from hungry children to carbon emissions. The 10 million pound ($12.20 million) venture -- the first of its kind in the UK -- launched on Wednesday [9 October] aims to attract private sector contributions to advance Bristol's 2050 vision of a 'fair, healthy, and sustainable city' that is 'carbon neutral and zero-waste'.
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