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Africa: Developing Nations Say Swifter Climate Action Depends On Cash to Pay for It

allAfrica.com Friday, 7 December 2018
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Katowice, Poland -Developing countries with fewer resources to cut carbon emissions and adapt to climate change cannot step up their efforts to combat global warming unless they get more support in the form of funding and technology, they said on Thursday.
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