Shipping Fuel Charges May Fund Climate Aid, UN Document ShowsAlex Morales and Kim Chipman
Charges on shipping fuels may be used to funnel money into a United Nations climate aid fund, according to a draft document published at international climate change treaty talks in Durban, South Africa.
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