United Kingdom: Anger at climate aid ‘blank cheque’

Daily Mail: Ministers were accused of 'signing a blank cheque` for climate aid to the third world as Britain agreed a global deal to repair 'loss and damage` caused by extreme weather. Energy Secretary Ed Davey pledged to help people in poor countries 'who will be underwater` due to rising sea-levels and melting glaciers on the final day of UN talks in Qatar. In a deal signed by 193 nations, rich countries for the first time agreed to accept responsibility for the consequences of rising temperatures. ......

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