The world's six largest multilateral development banks continued their commitment to tackling climate change in 2016, committing $27.4 billion in climate financing in developing countries and emerging economies.
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A total of $81 billion in climate financing was mobilised for projects being funded by the world’s six largest multilateral development banks, according to a new report. According to the new report, the 2015 Joint Report on Multilat...
The world's six largest multilateral development banks amassed some $81 billion to tackle climate change.