A Brief Introduction to the Critical, Complex World of Climate Finance

It’s About More than the Much Discussed $100 Billion “Promise”

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One of the most discussed issues at the UN climate meetings in Glasgow, COP26, will be the vague unfulfilled reference in the 2015 Paris Agreement of $100 billion per year for climate actions by developing nations. However, the real story is about the need to redirect trillions of private dollars to climate related investments…

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Alan S. Miller is co-author of “Cut Super Climate Pollutants Now!”. His full bio and links to writing are available at alansmiller.com

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Alan S. Miller

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Alan S. Miller is co-author of “Cut Super Climate Pollutants Now!”. His full bio and links to writing are available at alansmiller.com

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