Government Wasting $30 MILLION on Global Warming Programs in Bangladesh!

From the Daily Caller News Foundation:

The U.S. government is going to spend $30 million on climate resilience projects in Bangladesh as part of a major push to spend more to fight global warming.

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)Ā plans to pour between $5 million and $30 million taxpayer dollars intoĀ research and innovation projects to encourage Bangladesh to be more ā€œclimateĀ resilient,ā€ according to plans announced Tuesday.

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The agency is not looking for organizations to fund just yet. Right now, USAID is asking for partners to helpĀ build the grant program so the agency can decide how to spend the money. Organizations who are willing to help build ā€œcollaborative design of new climate solutions in Bangladeshā€ will assist USAIDĀ decide how theĀ $30 million will be spent, the summary for the project states.

USAID wants to ā€œfundĀ innovativeĀ approachesĀ andĀ enterprising solutionsĀ thatĀ improveĀ theĀ wellbeingĀ ofĀ marginalizedĀ andĀ vulnerableĀ poor,Ā includingĀ women andĀ girls,Ā andĀ improveĀ theirĀ resilienceĀ toĀ theĀ risksĀ posedĀ byĀ climateĀ changeĀ andĀ extreme weatherĀ events.ā€

The agency will bring participants program toĀ bring agencies interested in building the grant program to Dhaka, the capitol of Bangladesh, in November for a meeting.(RELATED: State Department Handing Out $400,000 For ā€˜Climate Challengeā€™ In Morocco)

Bangladesh is high on USAIDā€™s list of countries that need assistance to fight global warming.Ā The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change estimates that by 2050,Ā as much as 17 percent of Bangladesh will be underwater, displacingĀ 27 million people. Each year, the country loses 1 percent of farmableĀ land due to rising seas and natural disasters, USAID claims. (RELATED: US Taxpayers To Fund Global Warming Debates For Colleges In India)

During the Paris climate talks lastĀ December, Secretary of State John Kerry promised that the U.S. would double its annual grant spending on climate change by 2020 to about $860 million per year. šŸ‡ŗšŸ‡ø

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