Skip to comments.South Korea picked as HQ of new U.N. Green Climate Fund
Posted on 10/20/2012 4:06:42 AM PDT by markomalley
A new U.N. fund meant to manage billions of dollars to help developing nations combat climate change will be based in South Korea, leaders of the fund agreed on Saturday.
The Green Climate Fund is to be sited in Songdo, Incheon City, South Korea, the board of the fund said. Germany, Mexico, Namibia, Poland and Switzerland had also sought to be the headquarters.
Developed nations agreed in 2009 to raise climate aid, now about $10 billion a year, to an annual $100 billion from 2020 to help developing countries curb greenhouse gas emissions and cope with floods, droughts, heatwaves and rising sea levels.
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Scam central, laundering American taxpayer monies through out the welfare world, get the hell out and vote we are already behind the eight ball there’s a long road ahead even with Romney
When we get our new president, I would like to see the Tea Party begin a movement to get us out of the U.N. and the U.N. out of our country.
” I would have thought that South Korea would have had more sense than to get involved in this.”
They must be getting a taste of the action.
With all the funds the UN has, perhaps they could do something useful.
Like help that island from tipping over?(Guam)
A US territory!............ Let them tip.
Anything the UN gets involved with...it’s a scam
Just means they figured out where they can play with it with the least amount of external scrutiny.
Even U.N. Admits That Going Green Will Cost $76 Trillion
Which means, of course, that it will really cost 3 or 4 times that much.
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