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Over $2tn a year needed by 2030 for 'loss and damage' and to cut EMs' emissions

A new study says that the annual investment needs of emerging and developing economies, excluding China, will exceed $2tn by 2030 to reduce carbon emissions, improve resilience, and deal with the loss and damage caused by climate change. The 'Finance for climate action: scaling up investment for climate and development’ ...

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