Climate Finance Terms and Patterns

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Climate Finance Terms and Patterns

25 May 2015
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Climate finance, while it lacks an internationally agreed-upon definition, has always been an Integral part of international climate change discussions since the mid-1990s. Climate finance enables countries in the developing world manage the trade-offs between economic growth needed for poverty alleviation and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.

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