Brazil joins India, China and South Africa to argue that rich countries should finance global warming actions

Governments met earlier this month to reach a unified position on responsibilities in fighting global warming.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In preparation for the Climate Summit, Brazil met on April 8 with China, India and South Africa to argue that rich countries should finance actions against global warming. At the meeting, a Basic forum environment ministers' conference comprising the four countries, the Brazilian government helped  on climate change.

Brazil's joint action with recently industrialized governments was considered critical for the government of President Jair Bolsonaro, seen in the United States and in Europe as the . . .

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