African nations demand more money for removing emissions


              FILE - Members of Mikoko Pamoja, Swahili for 'mangroves together', plant mangrove trees in the beaches of Gazi Bay, in Kwale county, Kenya on June 12, 2022.African nations want to increase how much money they receive from schemes that offset greenhouse gas emissions and are looking for ways to address the issue at U.N. climate talks currently underway in Egypt. Carbon offsets, where polluting companies can effectively cancel out their emissions by paying into initiatives such as tree-planting, are currently cheaper to purchase in Africa than in many other parts of the world. (AP Photo/Brian Inganga, File)
            
              FILE - A member of Mikoko Pamoja, Swahili for 'mangroves together', plants a mangrove tree at Gazi Bay, in Kwale county, Kenya, June 12, 2022. African nations want to increase how much money they receive from schemes that offset greenhouse gas emissions and are looking for ways to address the issue at U.N. climate talks currently underway in Egypt. Carbon offsets, where polluting companies can effectively cancel out their emissions by paying into initiatives such as tree-planting, are currently cheaper to purchase in Africa than in many other parts of the world. (AP Photo/Brian Inganga, File)
African nations demand more money for removing emissions