Is the UK providing its 'fair share' of global climate finance?

Michael Holder
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The UK is among 20 wealthier countries failing to pay fair share of money to support climate vulnerable nations, according to the report
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The UK is among 20 wealthier countries failing to pay fair share of money to support climate vulnerable nations, according to the report

Think tank ODI calculates the UK is providing less than half of its fair share towards the collective $100bn a year target that is likely to prove a major flashpoint at the upcoming COP26 Climate Summit

The UK is among a host of wealthier nations which have yet to stump up their "fair share" of funding to help developing countries decarbonise their economies and contend with the worsening impacts of climate...

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