World Leaders Must ‘Pull Things Together’ To Fully Fund Development, Climate Efforts, U.N. Deputy SG Says In TRF Interview

Thomson Reuters Foundation: As countries look inward, development cash falls short — U.N. deputy chief
“Funding for international efforts to build resilience to climate change and meet other development goals is faltering, warns United Nations Deputy Secretary-General Amina J. Mohammed. … Instead of thinking about common action, more world leaders are taking the approach of ‘let’s sort things out within our own borders,’ she added. ‘This is a completely wrong direction to go. Now is the time to pull things together,’ Mohammed told the Thomson Reuters Foundation…” (Jena, 9/6).

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