Davos 2023

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Barbados wants to reform the way rich countries finance poor countries in a climate crisis. Image: Unsplash/Brian Yurasits

Victoria Masterson

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Several powerful hurricanes, including Elsa in 2021, have impacted the island in recent years, causing enormous damage and disrupting lives. Image: REUTERS/Nigel Browne

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Barbados is calling for reform of financial institutions including the World Bank to help developing nations on the frontline of climate change. Image: World Bank

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