World Bank launches first tranche of $200bn climate investment

The World Bank has unveiled the first details of how it will spend the first slice of its planned $200bn of investments to help poor countries cope with climate change, with $22.5bn aimed at helping African nations.

  • By GlobalCapital
  • 14 Mar 2019

More than half of the money, $12bn-$12.5bn, will fund projects aimed at helping countries adapt to the impact of climate change until 2025, while the balance will be used for schemes to help them reduce their contribution to global warming.

The move will be seen as a sign ...

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