The Green Climate Fund (GCF) has committed $80 million to climate change adaptation projects in these three countries. A spokesman for the UN says "climate action is critical to advancing and securing development gains." The Green Climate Fund, established within the United Nations Convention on Climate Change, exists to help developing countries in their climate change projects. More information is given on the GCF website.
The Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund has awarded a grant to the Chinese Community Development Partnership, starting in March or April 2018.
The money is to help in reducing carbon emissions, and in tackling fuel poverty within the Chinese community in Glasgow. Climate change projects which are community-led have a considerable chance of success. More details can be found at this website.
Fuel poverty is to be seen across the U.K., with many bodies working together to resolve the problem. See this article by Energy UK.
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