Aid not free pass on emissions: Tuvalu

By Rebecca Gredley
Updated August 13 2019 - 5:58am, first published 5:53am
The PM allocated $500 million to help Pacific nations like New Caledonia deal with climate change.

Australia's $500 million in aid for Pacific island nations to deal with climate change doesn't give it a free pass on reducing emissions and coal, Tuvalu's leader says.



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