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Climate change fight gets $9.3 billion boost

Thirty nations meeting in Berlin Thursday pledged $9.3 billion (7.4bn euros) for a fund to help developing countries cut emissions and prepare for global warming, just shy of a $10 billion target. The South Korea-based Green Climate Fund aims to help nations ... Asian Age, 19 hours ago

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Reuters

U.N. Green Fund gets $9.3 bln in pledges at Berlin conference

BERLIN (Reuters) - Donor nations pledged up to $9.3 billion on Thursday to a U.N. fund to help developing countries tackle climate change, but environmental campaigners said the funds fell short of what they want. The U.N. Green Climate Fund (GCF) is a major ...
 Reuters22 hours ago Green Climate Fund gets $9.3 bln in pledges at Berlin conference  First Post.com22 hours ago
Common Dreams

Without Republicans, Obama's Climate Pledge Is an Empty Promise

When it comes to President Obama's planned promise to contribute $3 billion to a U.N. climate fund for developing countries, the pledge is the easy part. Getting Congress to pony up the funds? That might take some doing. A White House official ...
 National Journal6 days ago Obama to pledge $3 billion in climate aid for developing countries  Los Angeles Times6 days ago 'Drop in the Bucket': Experts Say Obama Climate Fund Pledge Far Short of What Is Owed  Common Dreams6 days ago Obama pledges $3bn for climate fund  Trade Arabia6 days ago
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Jagran Post

Will the World Bank deliver? New fund for maternal and child health launched

As the deadline for the 2015 Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) looms, the World Bank and the UN announced a new fund for child and maternal health (MDGs 4 and 5). Norway pledged $600 million and Canada $200 million towards the new Global Financing ...
 Bretton Woods Project1 week ago WB Pledges U.S.$100 Million for Foreign Ebola Health Workers  Individual.com1 week ago Abott to increase Ebola aid to up to USD 17 million in West Africa  Jagran Post2 weeks ago UN Ebola response in West Africa to be bolstered by increase in World Bank funding  StarAfrica.com2 weeks ago

UNITED NATIONS CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT FUND : Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development (ISID) organize by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)

November 06 , 2014 Vienna, AUSTRIA - UNCDF intervened in the Forum on "Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development" (ISID) organize by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO). This key event was attended by over ...
 4 Traders2 weeks ago

Obama pledges $3.3 billion for climate fund

The United States will pump $US3 billion ($A3.3 billion) into a global climate fund, stepping up pressure on other nations such as Australia to follow suit. US President Barack Obama used a speech on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Brisbane to ...
 Sky News Australia6 days ago Obama pledges $US3bln for climate fund  Perth Now6 days ago Obama pledges $US3bn for climate fund  WA Today6 days ago
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Inter Press Service

A Learning Exchange Between U.N. and Faith-based Organisations

Active Citizens , Africa , Aid , Armed Conflicts , Civil Society , Civilisations Find Alliances , Development & Aid , Global , Global Governance , Headlines , Health , Human Rights , Humanitarian Emergencies , IPS UN: Inside the Glasshouse , Middle ...
 Inter Press Service1 week ago Obstacles to Development Arising from the International System  Inter Press Service1 week ago U.N. Chief Eyes Upcoming Summits to Resolve Development Crisis  Inter Press Service1 week ago

UN chief urges Abbott to support climate fund

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has revealed that world leaders at the G20 are "actively discussing" climate change as he called on Australia to contribute to a UN fund supporting developing nations to combat global warming. Describing climate ...
 Sydney Morning Herald6 days ago UN chief urges Australian PM to support climate change fund  Melbourne Age6 days ago Pinning down the funding flows  The Africa Report1 week ago
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WCVB.com

U.S. sending $3 billion to poor countries to combat climate change

Washington (CNN) -- The United States will commit $3 billion to a fund that helps poor nations cope with climate change, a White House official said Friday. President Barack Obama will unveil the new resources during this week's G-20 summit in ...
 CNN6 days ago US sending $3B to fight climate change  WCVB.com6 days ago
NDTV

Weekly Roundup 11-15-14: New worries about India being the 'pharmacy of the developing world'

The headlines this week told the evolving story of botched sterilization surgeries in India. We first learned that as many as 13 women died after receiving tubal ligations from an overworked doctor in a government-run sterilization camp. Next we ...
 NextBillion.net6 days ago Delhi offers $9m to UN development activities  Oman Tribune1 week ago India pledges over $ 9 million to UN development activities  Economic Times1 week ago India pledges over USD 9 mln to UN development activities  The Statesman1 week ago
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