Japan’s US$1.5 billion + United States’ US$3 billion to help developing countries leapfrog to renewables

Major news to help developing countries with the capital needed to go directly to wind and solar. By the way, the United States signed a treaty to do this back in the early 1990s, and never contributed a penny up to this point. Treaties have the force of federal law under the Constitution, don’t ya know, unless following it is something that’s optional ….

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2 Responses to Japan’s US$1.5 billion + United States’ US$3 billion to help developing countries leapfrog to renewables

  1. Samchappelle says:

    LOL I guess “subject to respective domestic procedures and based on strong contributions from other donors” is legalese for “better late than never. Who knew!

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