U.K. International Development Secretary Pledges To Double DFID Spending On Climate Change, Environment

Devex: New U.K. aid secretary pledges £1B more for climate
“The U.K. international development secretary Rory Stewart has moved to fulfill his early promise to do more on climate change by vowing to double aid spending for climate and the environment to more than £2 billion ($2.5 billion) over the next five years. … The plan announced this week is to double the amount DFID spends on climate and environment by 2025, up from the £1.1 billion it is expected to spend on these issues next year…” (Edwards, 5/30).

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