UN proposes global system to provide new ‘climate services’ for developing nations

Associated Press: The United Nations is proposing a global system to provide new “climate services” for developing nations trying to cope with a warmer world. A proposal Thursday by U.N. weather agency director Michel Jarraud, former U.N. humanitarian chief Jan Egeland and former Egyptian water minister Mahmoud Abu Zeid would create a $75 million a year service to help the most vulnerable countries cut their risk of disasters from tropical cyclones, storm surges, floods and droughts. The World Meteorological......

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