COP24: The shifting sands of climate finance

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As the cost of green energy drops, countries are grappling with how to let private markets engage with the thorny issue of climate finance

At this year's COP summit, as with many others before it, the question of cash has been at the heart of so many of the negotiation's pressure points. Developing countries are concerned they won't have...

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