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Am 24. November 2015 kündigte die Weltbank einen Aktionsplan für den Kampf gegen die Auswirkungen der Klimaerwärmung in Afrika an. Für die Finanzierung des Programms veranschlagt die Weltbank 16,1 Milliarden Dollar bis zum Jahr 2020. Das Programm soll beim Weltklimagipfel am 30. November 2015 in Paris vorgestellt werden. Die afrikanischen Staaten sollen mithilfe des Aktionsplans der Weltbank widerstandsfähiger gegen die Folgen der Klimaerwärmung gemacht werden.


On 24 November 2015, the World Bank Group unveiled a new plan that calls for $16 billion in funding to help African people and countries adapt to climate change and build up the continent’s resilience to climate shocks. Titled Accelerating Climate-Resilient and Low-Carbon Development, the Africa Climate Business Plan will be presented at COP21, the global climate talks in Paris, on November 30. It lays out measures to boost the resilience of the continent’s assets – its people, land, water, and cities - as well as other moves including boosting renewable energy and strengthening early warning systems. The World Bank and the United Nations Environment Programme estimate that the cost of managing climate resilience will continue to rise to $20-50 billion by mid-century, and closer to $100 billion in the event of a 4°C warming.

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