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Biden vows double aid to climate-impacted developing nations

The pledge came as part of the US president's speech at the UN General Assembly, where he warned that the world is "fast approaching the point of no return" from climate change.

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US President Joe Biden means to double economic aid to developing countries vulnerable to the worsened climate crisis, reports The Guardian.

This pledge came as part of the president's speech at the UN General Assembly, where he warned that the world is "fast approaching the point of no return" from climate change.

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