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The World Bank is to make about $200bn (lb157bn) available to fund action on
climate change from 2021-25, helping countries adapt to the effects of warming
and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
What a sickening total waste of money..... The elite bureaucrats running that internationalist insitution are mentally damaged brainwashed morons...
Yawn, cartooni is just a stinking pile of hate.
Prove my facts wrong..... or is ad hominem avoidance all you have left.. ? ? ?
Never have seen cartooni come up with any facts. Prove that your
brainless rant is right, you tedious pile of hate.
He's too busy playing the victim after his rant about
"mentally damaged brainwashed morons".
Total waste of O2.
[PR failure; how to avoid own goals:]
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