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Why ministers of finance are critical in the fight against climate change

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Cambodian fishermen on the Mekong river, where changing weather is already affecting people's livelihoods. Image: REUTERS/Chor Sokun

Joanne Manda
Climate finance specialist, UNDP Bangkok Regional Hub
Julien Chevillard
Trust fund administrator, Cambodia Climate Change Alliance-UNDP
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