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How can poorer nations access climate adaptation funding?

With 40 days to go before COP26, Eco-Business explores how at-risk low-income countries can receive adequate funding to help them cope with the effects of climate change. Image: REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah

Hannah Alcoseba Fernandez

Correspondent, Manila, Correspondent, Manila

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Albay, Philippines in 2019 is one of the most disaster-prone areas in the country, susceptible to typhoons, sea level rise and volcanic eruptions. Image: Greenpeace Philippines/ Basilio Sepe

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The track of Typhoon Kammuri on a TV screen inside the City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office in the city of Legazpi in Albay, Philippines on 2 December 2019. The city is one of the target sites of the country’s impact-based forecast and warning system that will receive partial funding from the Green Climate Fund (GCF). Image: Image Greenpeace Philippines/ Basilio Sepe

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