Phl gets climate change aid from Germany
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The German government has committed an additional €35 million to fund the Philippines’ climate change adaptation projects, citing the country’s vulnerability to the effects of global warming. German Ambassador Gordon Kricke said the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), through the International Climate Initiative (IKI), has provided support of at least €62 million for technical cooperation projects in the Philippines since 2008.
Flores, H. (2018, June 2). Phl gets climate change aid from Germany. Philippine Star, p. 5.
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Climatic changes; Global warming; Biodiversity; Financing; Management; Coastal zone management; Environmental protection; Nature conservation; Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU); International Climate Initiative (IKI); Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH; United Nations Development Program; United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization; United Nations Habitat; Plan International; Renewables Academy AG, Rare Inc.; International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives-Local Governments for Sustainability; World Wildlife Fund for Nature-Philippines; Kricke, Gordon
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