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Pioneering climate fund for developing world gets a boost at U.N. talks
by Megan Rowling
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20 November 2017
On 20 November 2017 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
From protecting coastal slum dwellers on Pacific islands against floods to helping poor farmers keep up harvests battered by drought in Africa, a global fund to help developing countries adapt to climate change received a vote of confidence at the latest round of U.N. climate talks. At the end of the two-week meeting in Bonn ... governments agreed the Adaptation Fund will become one of the formal tools to meet the goals of the Paris climate accord -- a decision needed to ensure the fund's continuing existence. The Adaptation Fund began operating a decade ago under the Kyoto Protocol, the world's earlier treaty to tackle global warming . . . Adaptation experts say the fund has proven its worth to climate-hit communities over its 10-year existence ...
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