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Climate fund for poor nations vows to drive green COVID recovery
by Megan Rowling

Thomson Reuters Foundation    Translate This Article
22 August 2020

On 22 August 2020 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported: The Green Climate Fund backs host of new projects including strengthening buildings to withstand hurricanes in Caribbean. The Green Climate Fund has promised developing nations it will ramp up efforts to help them tackle climate challenges as they strive to recover from the coronavirus pandemic, approving $879 million in backing for 15 new projects around the world. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

At a four-day virtual board meeting ending late Friday [21 August], the fund added Afghanistan and Sudan to a list of more than 100 countries receiving a total of $6.2 billion to reduce planet-heating emissions and enhance climate resilience.

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