December 12, 2011

Making the Green Climate Fund a Reality

Caperton & Light , Center for American Progress

As this year’s U.N. climate summit in Durban, South Africa, approaches the home stretch, we continue to hear good things about development of the final implementing document for the Green Climate Fund. This is good news for those interested in an outcome in Durban that could help climate change mitigation and adaptation efforts through this decade. . .

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