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Editor’s note: ‘We need torrents – not trickles – of climate finance’

Simon Stiell, UN Framework Convention on Climate Change
The UNFCCC’s Simon Stiell, pictured, says multilateral banks must demonstrate their commitment to the energy transition ‘with concrete actions’ and ‘double, if not triple, their collective financial capacity by 2030’ (Photo: Francois Nel/Getty Images)

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“It’s already blazingly obvious finance is the make-or-break factor in the world’s climate fight – in quantity, quality and innovation,” said Simon Stiell, executive secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, on ...

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