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Parliamentary environment: 2.1% of the budget should be allocated to combat climate change

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Post by rocky Tue 06 Dec 2022, 5:13 am

[size=46]Parliamentary environment: 2.1% of the budget should be allocated to combat climate change[/size]
Iraq
10:33 - 2022-12-06
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The Parliamentary Health and Environment Committee proposed, on Tuesday, allocating 2.1% of the state's general budget to confront climate changes, whose effects on the country were evident during the past two years. 
The advisor of the committee, Ammar al-Atta, said in a press statement, "The Iraqi delegation was headed by the President of the Republic and with the membership of the ministries of environment, water resources, agriculture, industry and oil in addition to higher education. Australia and Canada, and the second is developing countries such as China and the Group of 77.  
Al-Atta added that "the controversial point that led to the extension of the conference for another day is the insistence of developing and oil-producing countries to include the issue of losses and damages on the agenda, through a fund to compensate countries affected by the effects of climate change, but the proposal was met with the objection of developed countries, which finally acquiesced in a condition Expanding the financial base of financing to include China, and for financing to go to countries affected by the issue of climate change, provided that there are contributions to countries that benefit from financing to reduce the effects of climate change.  
And the advisor to the Parliamentary Committee stated that “the other axis at the time was the imposition of taxes on oil and gas extraction, and this was met with strong rejection by the oil-producing countries, first of which were Saudi Arabia and China, and it was not included in the outputs,” indicating that a “recommendation was made to phase out the uses of coal, while Some countries wanted oil to remain in the ground, which is a topic repeated at every climate summit, but it witnesses opposition from developing countries that want to benefit from oil revenues.  
Al-Atta continued, "There is another funding called the Global Climate Fund, where countries pledged to finance it with 100 billion dollars annually since 2020, but they did not abide by this pledge, as the figure reached 80 billion dollars annually, and Iraq did not obtain sufficient amounts from this fund due to the weakness of its projects that limit of the climatic effects, which can convince the funder within an integrated systematic study and economic feasibility,” noting that “Iraq could have used a specialized scientific advisory office to provide financing to present a project and undertake to bring financing in exchange for a certain percentage agreed upon, although Iraq is not a poor country waiting for international financing for such projects.   

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