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Try Harder: Canadian International Climate Finance

Try Harder: Canadian International Climate Finance

It is one of the tragedies of the climate crisis that those countries that are the least responsible for creating the crisis are suffering the most from its effects.   To address this injustice, high income nations, including Canada, promised to collectively mobilize $100 billion US annually beginning in 2020.  This goal has not yet been met.    There are three areas where high-income countries need to "try harder”: living up to their $100B per year commitment, focussing more on climate adaptation and allocating a higher percentage to grants rather than loans. To read more, click here.

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