While leafing through some 200-plus pages of expenses related to Catherine McKenna's 2017 three-day trip to California, I uncovered something I hadn't seen before.
I’ve seen the total that Justin Trudeau's Liberals have committed to spending to combat climate change in the developing world reported before: $2.65 billion.
But I've never actually seen a breakdown by country or UN agency, until now.
I uncovered some of these figures in a briefing note provided to Minister McKenna, so that she could brag to politicians, Silicon Valley overlords, and anti-oil billionaires like Tom Steyer while she was in California. She wanted to tell these deep green activists just how generous she was being with your money.
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For example, something called The Green Climate Fund for Developing Countries got $300 million.
Something else called the World Bank's Transformative Carbon Asset Facility got $3 million.
A yet-to-be-named organization in Vietnam is getting $15 million to "innovate for climate change."
There's a lot more, as you can see from the document below.