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About "Green Climate Fund"
The Affirmative case is advocating a $3 billion donation to the Green Climate Fund, which is a global fund created to support the efforts of developing countries to respond to the challenge of climate change by helping limit or reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions or mitigate the effects of climate change with infrastructure projects. AFF says their plan would help reduce pollution and help the environment in poor countries, which would in turn, help the United States.
Negative will argue that the Green Climate Fund needs far more than just $3 billion dollars, so the Affirmative’s plan would just be a drop in the bucket. Not only that, but the Green Climate Fund isn’t really going to help the environment by that much because there’s no real way to reduce emissions enough to make a real difference. Plus, the Green Climate Fund is terrible with money because there’s a lack of transparency, so the money would be wasted. They also have a couple hydropower projects, which harm the environment even more and produce a lot of methane.
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Rebecca Sumner has been debating for four years. She has qualified for team policy debate at NITOC for three years in a row. All three times, the qualification came within the first three tournaments.