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COP28: U.S. announces $3 billion contribution to largest climate fund

2023-12-02T10:39:04.926Z

Highlights: COP28: U.S. announces $3 billion contribution to largest climate fund. The last time Washington pledged its contribution was by Barack Obama in 2014 for the same amount. Many other countries have since renewed their contributions to the Green Climate Fund. The world's richest country made the announcement at COP28 in Dubai on Saturday, making up for years of non-contributions from the world's wealthiest country. The United States is hosting the 28th UN Climate Change Conference in place of President Joe Biden.


The last time Washington pledged its contribution was by Barack Obama in 2014 for the same amount, while many other countries have since renewed their contributions.


U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris announced a $28 billion contribution to the Green Climate Fund at COP<> in Dubai on Saturday, making up for years of non-contributions from the world's richest country.

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I am proud to announce a new commitment of $3 billion to the Green Climate Fund," said Kamala Harris, who was dispatched to the 28th UN Climate Change Conference in place of President Joe Biden. Washington's last pledge was made by Barack Obama in 2014 (for $3 billion), while many other countries have renewed their contributions in the meantime.

Source: lefigaro

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