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Climate-change aid to developing world difficult to track, report saysby Brian Vastag
In the 2009 Copenhagen climate accord, 21 developed nations and the European Union agreed to provide $30 billion over three years to help poorer nations adapt to climate change and reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
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