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These charts show where climate tech money is going - and where it isn't

80% of climate tech research funding was spent in the UK, the United States and the European Union (EU). Image: Unsplash/Jason Blackeye

Douglas Broom

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Top countries receiving public funding for climate tech research, 1990 to 2020. Image: University of Sussex

Total climate research funding in $ for five climate-action areas 1990-2026. Image: University of Sussex

Publicly funded climate research by technology 1990 to 2020. Image: University of Sussex

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