Rocky start on road to Durban

March 2011
ENDS (Environmental Data Services);Mar2011, Issue 434, p63
The article reports on the lack of political will and a possible delay on a Green Climate Fund for developing countries. It was mentioned that this could happen despite a successful global climate conference in December 2010 at Cancún, Mexico. One task for 2011 was to elaborate the technological mechanisms agreed by countries. It was mentioned that the fund will be governed by a board of 24 members.


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